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Insight Pest Management F.A.Q

Nope!  Our service is designed to be convenient and can be performed while you are not at home. 

We use material according to the label guidelines- these minimize the risk associated to you, your pest and those in your home.

Our Regular service covers most crawling pests such as spiders, earwigs, crickets, silverfish, sowbugs and more!

Absolutely! We offer many plans in order to deal with rodents and our Poison-Free Plan is one of our most popular

This will depend on your pest and unique situation. A custom plan will be created to keep you and your structure pest free.

Part of our initial service does include interior service if needed. We will then focus outside to control your pest issues from ever entering the home.

Termites are insects that eat only wood, including structural components of your home and work.

We recommend an annual termite inspection to address and correct termite issues. If you have termites it is important to start treatment before they have time to start a colony and do serious damage.

For most situations you will see an immediate reduction in visible pests. Additional treatments may be necessary based on the type of inspect and/or situation.

While some aspects of rodent control can be performed by a homeowner, best results are achieved if you use a professional who is trained in the most up to date control techniques.

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Insight Pest Management is the best rated termite company in Ventura, County.  On the first visit we will conduct a thorough inspection of property to determine the issue.  If necessary, we bring in state-of-the-art equipment, such as moisture meters, telescoping cameras, and UV lights to help identify high risk areas such as entry points, leaks, and cracks.