Pre-Inspection Guide

Residential- Pre Home Pest Inspection Guide

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PLEASE FOLLOW ALL PROCEDURES CHECKED

A. Preparation for initial Pest Control Spraying Service

• All cabinets and drawers in kitchen and bathroom emptied.
• Cover all food items and contents removed from cabinets and drawers.
• All closets floors cleared around wall area by pushing clothes to center of rack.
• Clear floor area of closet completely, as well as shelves above clothing.
• All toys and loose articles removed from the floor.
• All pets out of the house. Fish aquariums turned off and covered.
• Drawers and chest drawers pulled out and stacked away from furniture to allow for treatment inside furniture.
• Pull all furniture away from walls to make baseboards available.
• All electrical outlet covers and switch plate covers removed.
• In some cases house must be vacated for 4–6 hours after service.

B. Preparation for Roach spray service inside

• Pets must be treated on the same day of service, preferable taken to vet. All pets must be out of the house. Wash all pet bedding blankets and rugs.
• Cover and turn off fish aquariums.
• All miscellaneous items removed from floors. All closet floors cleaned and all items removed from under beds and or furniture allowing as much floor as possible accessible for treatment.
• All carpeted areas are vacuumed very thoroughly. Dispose of vacuum bags outside immediately as eggs will hatch inside bag.
• Mop all linoleum or tile floors with a good disinfectant.
• Strip linens from beds and wash vacuum sofa and chair cushions.
• Let the technician know where pet(s) stay in the house. Intense treatment will be applied in these areas.
• Vacate the premises for 3–4 hours after service.

C. After treatment

• Ventilate the home to remove any pesticide odors before entering.
• turn fish pump aerators on and uncover the tank after the home has been ventilated.
• Once surfaces have dried, replace shelf paper in cupboards and return items to cabinets, drawers and closets.
• Do not wash carpets or floors after treatment. Allow two weeks, if possible, before cleaning these surfaces. Vacuuming is permitted.
• Wash counters, food preparation surfaces, dishes and food utensils which were not covered during the treatment.