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or call (908) 757-3295
for a perimeter treatment that:

  • Keeps unwanted pests from entering your home.
  • Controls problem pests in just seconds.
  • Takes place outdoors.
  • Has no bothersome odor.
  • Isn’t harmful to soil, flowers, lawns or bushes.
  • Is convenient — you don’t have to be present during applications.
  • Gets automatically scheduled — and with online bill pay, making payments is safe, easy and convenient for you.

We can help prevent, protect and control insects from entering your home, with our new and very popular service, SAFEPerimeter™. Our SAFEPerimeter treatment gets rid of troublesome pests fast, and you won't see a trace of them for a long time after the treatment. That's because we use highly effective pest control products designed to eliminate many different pests in just minutes. And there's never a bothersome odor for you, your family, or your pets.

You, like many homeowners, may be unsure of what a home perimeter pest treatment involves. Quite simply, think of the perimeter treatment our company provides as a life preserver for your home.


3 Easy Steps to a Pest Free Home 
Protecting your home from pests with our SAFEPerimeter™ treatment couldn't be easier. It consists of three simple steps:
Step 1: An inspection
Step 2: An analysis and estimate
Step 3: Perimeter treatment

frontyardOnce our trained technician inspects the perimeter of your home, an estimate will be prepared and presented to you. Upon your approval, a treatment will be scheduled. Because the exterior of your home is treated, there’s no waiting around for a technician to come by to put the perimeter pest control plan into action. 

 


Easy on You, Tough on Pests

SAFEPerimeter™ consists of four treatments. They start in early spring and take place once every 6-8 weeks for ongoing control.

  • Technicians apply a 10-foot wide barrier around the perimeter of your home and directly on the foundation up to 5 feet.
  • Special attention to cracks or small openings is given during the house foundation treatment.
  • Ground cover, mulched areas, and low growing foliage around the foundation are given attention as they may harbor pests.
  • Each outside door threshold is treated to stop insect entry.
  • Technicians spray around and under wooden decks for spiders and insects when adequate space is available.
  • Foundation vents and windows are common entry points for insect intruders, so they are carefully inspected and treated.

After treatment, the technician will leave behind a notice letting you know that it’s been completed, If you have any questions or concerns that you want to discuss with the technician, simply call us at (908) 660-4399 or click contact us.

What could be more hassle free? We believe this is the easiest, yet toughest treatment to prevent pests from invading your home.

Application Schedule:
Spring Barrier Application: Initial treatment to help prevent ants, pillbugs and other early pests from entering your home after spring rains.
Early Summer Barrier Application: Targets fleas, ticks, ground beetles, ants and other summer pests from gaining entry.
Mid Summer Barrier Application: Targets ants and in the surrounding soil, spiders, crickets, silverfish, beetles and a number of insects that mature during midsummer.
Late Summer/Mid-Fall Application: Controls many insects. This treatment also helps reduce and eliminate the number of insects and other pests from entering before cold weather begins, such as boxelder bugs, millipedes and spiders.


FAQ  

Why should the outside rather than the inside of my home be treated for pests?
By treating the exterior of your home, pests can be stopped in their tracks before they ever get inside and invade your family's living space. 

  How long does a perimeter pest treatment last?
  Our SAFEPerimeter™ and SAFEPerimeter+Lawn™ treatments stop pests in just five minutes. It's
  difficult 
to give an exact length of time on how long a treatment will last because it often depends on your
  specific pest problem and geography. Renewal applications may be needed depending 
on the size of
  your problem, your climate and other factors. 

What should I do to prepare for a perimeter treatment?
One of the best things about perimeter pest control is how easy it is on you. Unlike an indoor treatment where you are required to cover and move certain items, there is little preparation on your part prior to the treatment. Simply close the windows, and pick up any items lying next to your house. Another plus: Since the exterior of your home is being treated, you don't have to be home for the technician to apply the treatment. 

Where exactly does the perimeter treatment take place?
The pest control product we use for perimeter treatments is applied in a band (up to 10-feet wide) of soil, mulch and lawn surrounding and adjacent to your home. It can also be applied directly on your home's foundation (depending on your individual situation) up to a height of 2 to 5 feet. This area is where pests usually are found and can enter your home.

  Will the treatment harm the grass, shrubberies or flowers found around my home?
  No. Even with direct contact, you never have to worry about the product we use harming the soil
  or lawn. 

  Should children and pests be kept away from the treated area?
  Children and pets should be kept off the treated area until surfaces are dry. 

Is there any odor with the treatment?
No. One of the many advantages of the product we use is that there are no bothersome odors for your family and pets.

Pests controlled by SAFEInterior™SAFEPerimeter™ and SAFEPerimeter+Lawn™ treatmentinclude:

  • Ants
  • Beetles
  • Boxelder Bugs
  • Centipedes
  • Chinch Bugs
  • Clover Mites
  • Cockroaches
  • Crickets and Grasshoppers
  • Deer or Lyme Disease Ticks
  • Dog Ticks
  • Earwigs
  • Fleas
  • Millipedes
  • Pillbugs and Sowbugs
  • Spiders
  • Silverfish
  • Spider mites
  • Springtails 

Please note that our SAFEInterior™, SAFEPerimeter™ and SAFEPerimeter+Lawn™ treatments do not control Termites. For more on Termite Control, please view Termite Solutions

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