Brock Lawn and Pest Control provides a thorough pest control program using the latest materials. Our program is to target the resident’s specific needs. With our revolutionary “Inside & Out” Program, your property will never be better protected from crawling pests or rodents, all with fewer visits and less materials! Using Phantom ant and roach control which is undetectable to pests, it takes pest control to a new level of environmental friendliness, effectiveness and convenience.
With our programs, your property will only need to be treated quarterly instead of monthly, resulting in less inconvenience to you and fewer invoices. Our technicians are trained to inspect your home to pinpoint various hiding spots where insects may infest and reproduce. Pests search for areas providing moisture, food and a controlled environment. Insect reproduction accelerates quickly after the pests become established in your home. Your home is no place for pests. Brock Lawn and Pest Control will provide the protection your home needs and the peace of mind in knowing that insects will not infest your living area.
How Our Pest Management Program Works
Our Integrated Pest Management program includes:
- Thorough inspection of the crawl space, garage, and perimeter around your home.
- Inspection of the interior of your home including the kitchen and bathroom areas.
- Application of a granule around the foundation of your home to minimize/prevent pests from entering.
- Application of baits in concealed areas of your home.
- Crack and Crevice treatment using an odorless, residue free insecticide. Application of dust to attic and crawl space, crawl space and wall voids as needed.
- Both interior and exterior treated on each visit.
- Removal of cobwebs that are accessible and within reach.
- Comprehensive Report provided after each service indicating what was found, what was done and preventative tips.
- Appointments setup via telephone or email or fill out this short form.
- Your complete satisfaction guaranteed.
- Houseflies find sugar with their feet, which are 10 million times more sensitive than human tongues.
- Ticks can grow from the size of a grain of rice to the size of a marble. Approximately 2,000 silkworm cocoons are needed to produce one pound of silk.
- While gathering food, a bee may fly up to 60 miles in one day.
- Ants can lift and carry more than fifty times their own weight.
- Mexican Jumping Beans, sometimes sold commercially, actually have a caterpillar of a bean moth inside.
- It takes about one hundred Monarch Butterflies to weigh an ounce.
- When the droppings of millions of cattle started ruining the land in Australia, dung beetles were imported to reduce the problem.
- Wasps feeding on fermenting juice have been known to get “drunk’ and pass out.
- The queen of a certain termite species can lay 40,000 eggs per day.
- Honeybees have to make about ten million trips to collect enough nectar for production of one pound of honey.
- Insects have been present for about 350 million years, and humans for only 130,000 years.
- Beetles account for one quarter of all known species of plants and animals. There are more kinds of beetles than all plants
- Blowflies are the first kind of insect attracted to an animal carcass following death.
- The term “honeymoon” comes from the Middle Ages, when a newly married couple was provided with enough honey wine to last for the first month of their married life.
- To survive the cold of winter months, many insects replace their body water with a chemical called glycerol, which acts as an “antifreeze” against the temperatures.
- There are nearly as many species of ants (8,800) as there are species of birds (9,000) in the world.
- The male silk moth is estimated to “smell” chemicals of female silk moths in the air at the ratio of a few hundred molecules among 25 quintillion (25,000,000,000,000,000,000) molecules in a cubic centimeter of air
- Male mosquitoes do not bite humans, but rather live on plant juices and other natural liquids from plants and decomposing organic material.
- True flies have only one pair of wings, and sometimes, none at all. A hind pair of “wings” is reduced to balancing organs called halteres.
- There are about 91,000 different kinds (species) of insects in the United States. In the world, some 1.5 million different kinds (species) have been named.