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Frequently Asked Questions

Design/Installation/Landscaping Services FAQs

 

1. How can I get a quote?

 

Please contact our office to get a quote. We're excited to talk to you! Prior to talking with a salesperson or designer, someone in our office will collect your project details and request photos of your space so we can do our homework prior to reaching out. Fill out our contact form or call us at 404-465-1316.

2. What services do you provide?

  • Consulting - Need help with fixing an issue with your landscape but don't need a design or us to do it? We can consult with you in person!

  • Landscape Design (We even do 3D!) Kevin's design style is more whimsical ​than anything else. He prefers to use a variety of heights, textures, and colors. Kevin takes into account each individual space in the landscape for sunlight as well as the size plants and trees will get over the course of years as they mature (right plant, right place). He enjoys utilizing natural elements like boulders to help authenticate the landscape. He also implements the practice of color theory (using contrast, complimentary colors, monochromatic designs, etc.). He puts real thought into his designs, accounting for all of your input and requests. After designing hundreds of landscapes, he knows what works best!

  • Installation - We install A LOT of different features, but not everything!​

    • Plant Material​

    • Landscape Lighting

    • Sprinkler Systems

    • Drainage Systems

    • Paver Patios

    • Fire Pits

    • Water Features

    • Retaining Walls

    • Paths and Walkways

    • Sod Installation

    • And More!

3. Do you provide free estimates?

Yes and no. This depends on what type of work you are requesting an estimate for. We should be able to provide you a free estimated cost of your project over the phone based on information and photos we receive from you when we compare your request to similar projects we have done previously. Yes, we can give you a close ballpark cost for the work this way over the phone (we have been doing this for over a decade)! In person estimates require a design or consulting fee (we typically credit this towards the work if you hire us.) ​

Often it can be difficult for us to provide you a price for your request because it requires a design since we don't know exactly what we are doing yet. Typically we will look to you for a budget number that we can design within. Once we understand all your requests we will be able to advise whether or not we will be able to install everything you are requesting within your budget. We are ok with being open and honest!

4. Do you require a deposit?

 

Yes, a deposit is required to secure your place on our schedule. We request 50% of the total project cost to schedule. Depending on the project and timeline, we may provide you with a different deposit requirement at our discretion. 

5. Is there a consultation or design fee?

 

Yes. Our consultation and design fees start at $250. These fees will be credited back to you at $100 for every $1000 of project cost. For example, your project has $500 in design fees and your project amount is $5,000 - we will credit your $500 design fee towards the project cost. If your design fees are $1,000 and you elect to complete only $5,000 in total project cost, you will only be credited $500 from design fees towards your project.


6. Do I have to have a design?

Yes. Nearly every project we do requires a design.

 

7. I already have a design. Do I still have to pay for a design consultation?

Yes. Sometimes clients have already hired an outside firm to design a project. We still have to take the time to walk through the design with you onsite to understand and approve the design. As we are being asked to own the project and warranty, we will be recommending design and installation improvements. This is a time-consuming process. Therefore we charge $250 for this process.

 

8. Why do you charge for the consultation?

We charge for our consultations because it's a creative process with a professional landscape designer. During the consultation, we will be able to provide you with valuable information about your project as well as creative solutions. If you move forward with McBrayer Landscapes to complete your project, some or all of the fees may be removed from the final total, depending on design fees and total project amount.

 

9. When do we pay for the design consultation and project?

 

You pay for the design consultation at the time of the appointment by check or credit card.

When you are ready to move forward with your project, we ask for a 50% deposit to hold your spot on the schedule. The remaining 50% will be due the day of completion. Depending on the project and timeline, we may provide you with a different payment schedule at our discretion. 

 

10. Do you schedule design consultations in the evenings or on weekends?

 

Typically no. We have families and spending time with them outside of our already busy work schedule is important to us. When we do schedule a weekend or evening consultation, and additional $250 non-returnable fee will apply (not credited towards project). 

 

11. How long until I get my proposal and design after the consultation?

This can vary due to current seasonal workload and project complexity, but usually about 7-10 days.

12. Do I get to keep my design?

 

Since you have paid for the design it is yours to do with as you wish. We hope you work with us though!

13. Do you warranty your work? 

 

Yes, we have excellent warranties for nearly all of our services. 
 

14. How soon can you get started on my project?

 

The answer depends on the scope of work for your project and our current schedule of projects. We typically run a backlog year-round with a longer wait period in the spring and summer (6-12 weeks) than fall and winter (2-6 weeks). We are able to answer questions about our current lead time when you inquire.


15. Are you insured?

 

Yes! We carry $1,000,000 coverage for general liability insurance and worker's compensation insurance to protect our clients and employees. We provide our proof of insurance coverage with every proposal.

 

16. Do I have to sign a contract?

Yes, we require a signature on our proposals detailing pricing scope of work, payment schedule, and terms and conditions. This protects both the client and contractor.

17. What payment options do I have for my project?

 

Cash or check is our preferred method of payment. If you wish to pay be credit card, a 4.5% fee will be added to your final bill. We also have a couple financing options available through GreenSky (12 Months No Interest w/ Payments - Interest Rate 17.99%-26.99% - 36 Month Term -OR- Reduced Rate 9.99% - 84 month Term). Please let us know if you are interested in financing your project.

18. Can you itemize your estimate?

 

We typically send off proposals with an all-inclusive bulk price. We can break up your proposal into major components when needed for budgeting purposes if you are wanting to do a project in phases.


19. Can you tell me how much for labor and how much for materials?

 

We do not separate labor and materials on any proposal.
 

20. Can I supply my own materials?

As a general rule of thumb, no. We discourage clients from trying to provide their own materials in order to save money. We do not allow this. We have created relationships with our vendors to source the best materials at great prices. We prefer to control the flow of the project from a logistics standpoint. We have found that often clients will order the incorrect quantities, incorrect or inferior products, or not et products delivered on time, resulting in delays. This actually can increase the cost of your project. Can you provide us with something small for us to install like a special plant to add into your project? Of course! 

Lawn Service FAQs

 

Pricing and Billing Terms

 

It is our goal to provide you with the best lawn service but also the easiest account management possible. For this reason, we require that an account is set up with a Visa, Mastercard, Discover Card, or American Express for billing purposes. We do not want you to even have to think about your lawn! For weekly lawn service, we charge your credit card on the 1st of each month before service begins for that month. For all other services, we charge your credit card after service is rendered.

Our pricing for lawn services is determined by the size of your lawn and the size of the maintainable area. You have access to your account history, billing information and services through our client portal 24/7.

If you’ve got a question, the answer may be here. Take a quick look, and if you don’t find the answer, please contact us. We’ll contact you back in 24 hrs or less.

 

1. Do you offer one-time mowing or leaf cleanup service?

 

We do not offer one-time mowing or leaf cleanup services. We only provide service weekly on a regular basis.

 

2. Do you offer bi-weekly lawn service?

 

We do not offer bi-weekly service. In the growing season, lawns grow too fast to be properly maintained by mowing every other week. Our customers would not happy with the results of mowing with this frequency. This also applies to fall leaf cleanup. Leaves accumulate too much if you do not clean them up once a week.

3. Do you offer seasonal lawn service?

We do not offer seasonal lawn service. We only offer year-round lawn service


4. Do you require a contract for lawn service?

 

While we do have an agreement to sign, we do not require a long term contract to begin service with us. Our agreement lays out all terms and conditions to make sure we're both on the same page.

5. I like my lawn mowed on Friday in the afternoon. Can I choose my service day or time of day?

While we do everything we can to accommodate customer requests, we do not offer a choice for day or time of service. We have established mowing routes on certain days in your area that we will add you to. The time of day we mow your lawn will depend on where you fall on our route for that day.

6. How early do you begin mowing?

We do not run any equipment on customers properties before 8:00am.

 

7. Do you mow the same day each week?

We do our best to mow your lawn on the same day each week. There are times where weather issues may delay us from being able to service your account for a day or two. We will do our best to get to you as soon as possible and get you back on a regular schedule as soon as we can. We appreciate your patience when this occurs. Occasionally, we may change your service day as we add customers and adjust routes. This happens more-so in the spring. We do our best to not change service days when possible.

8. Do you work on the weekends?

 

We do not work on Saturday or Sundays. In the event we miss one or two days of mowing due to rain we may mow on Saturday to catch back up.

9. What happens if it rains on my service day?

 

In the event that we miss mowing your lawn on your regular service day due to rain, we will get to you as soon as possible and do our best to get you back on a regular schedule quickly. Remember, if we missed mowing yours, we likely missed mowing quite a few others. We thank you for your patience.

 

10. Do you come out to our property to provide a quote?

 

We do not need to visit your property to provide a quote. We provide estimates for lawn care and landscape maintenance through property measurements made online using extremely high quality aerial photos of your property. All of our pricing is based on several measurements and is scientific and takes into account the amount of time needed to do a great job. We've developed this type of sales process to ensure that we are able to send the estimate to you as quickly as possible.

 

11. Can you evaluate my landscape?

 

We typically do these assessments on the first service for every customer. We can always advise you on caring for your landscape and protecting it from pests, disease, and drought. We can help you to properly irrigate your lawn and landscape as well, whether it needs a thorough inspection and some repairs or just programming the controller, we can get it done! We have solutions for any of your needs.

 

12. Do you offer one-time fall leaf cleanups?

We do not offer one-time fall leaf cleanups. Fall leaf cleanups are only provided on a weekly basis for our regular maintenance customers.

 

13. Do you bag when mowing?


We do not offer bagging for mowing service. We make sure everything is blown off and clippings cleaned up after each service. We will bag leaves during fall leaf cleanup service if needed.

 

14. What height will you mow my lawn?

 

We determine what height to cut your lawn based on a number of factors, but most commonly it is based on the time of year. When we begin mowing your lawn in the spring we will mow it lower. As the temperatures warm up your grass usually needs to be cut higher in order to combat the heat and the fast growth rate.

 

15. Why do you mow when my lawn is wet?

 

As a professional lawn care service our clients expect us to keep their grass mowed on schedule. This requires us to make good judgement calls on when to delay a mow. During months of the year when your lawn is actively growing it is better for us to come out and mow the lawn wet than it is to skip the lawn and run the risk of it going multiple weeks without a cut.

 

16. Do you offer reel mowing?

 

We do not offer reel mowing. Reel mowers are very high maintenance and best suited for golf courses. The best results from reel mowing come from mowing every 3-4 days and we only mow once per week.

 

17. What happens if damage is caused on my property?


Contact our office right away. Any time you see potential damage that may have been caused by our mowing crews please let us know right away. We have vendors and staff members on call to handle these situations right away. Please do not contact an outside vendor for the repair before contacting us.

18. How often do you bill?

Under our service agreement, we bill your account each month on the 1st before service begins. We automatically charge your saved credit card for the monthly rate. We accept all major credit and debit cards and do require a credit card on file for service.

 

19. If I have a service concern how do I communicate it to you?


There are a number of ways for you to communicate any and all concerns or questions.


1. You may email our office directly at info@mcbrayerlandscapes.com.


2. You may call or text our office at 404-465-1316. We encourage you to NOT try and communicate your needs with our staff while at your home because they often times do not have the ability to notate your account and this can create an issue down the road, however, you are more than welcome to do so and we will always do our very best to ensure your needs are met.

20. Does someone need to be home when you mow?


Nobody has to be home when your lawn is mowed. All we need is access to all areas of your property that have grass.

21. What If I am not happy with a service?


All of our services are guaranteed. If you are not happy with a service performed on your property, contact us right away.

Depending on the need we will:

1. Send a supervisor out to have a look and fix the issue.

2. Send the crew back to fix the issue.

3. Set up a meeting with a supervisor to get the issue resolved.

4. Correct the issue on the next scheduled visit.

5. Schedule a supervisor to meet the crew at your property to correct the issue.

22. Service Issues


We strive for your complete satisfaction with every service we provide. While we are unable to give refunds or credits, we will send the crew back to correct any reasonable service issues, without any additional charges, provided that you contact us within 24 hours of the service. Otherwise, we will consider the work satisfactory. If you contact us after 24 hours, we will talk to our crew about your complaint in order that it will be corrected on your next service.

23. Yard Access


Your gate must remain unlocked for the full day of your regularly scheduled service. If you prefer not to unlock your gate, we recommend that you use combo locks and that you provide us with the password or combination. Sorry, we are unable to send our crews back or issue any credit for not mowing inside a locked fenced area.

24. Pets/Yard Debris


We appreciate your letting us know if you have any pets that are kept outside so that the crews will be aware of them. Our crews will make every effort not to let your pet through the gate, but we cannot guarantee your pet will not escape from your yard. Please leave your pet inside on your scheduled service days. Please pick up all pet droppings, toys, large bones, large rocks, etc. the day before we mow. If hit by a lawn mower, objects like these in your yard are hazardous to our workers and others. Serious damage can occur to your property, our equipment or our crews.

25. Do you offer landscape design and installation services?

Yes! We provide many landscaping services for regular customers. We can help with drainage issues, design a landscape with colorful plants, install stone steps, and more! We can also install mulch and pine straw for you as well. 

Fertilization and Weed Control FAQs

Pricing and Billing Terms


It is our goal to provide you with the best lawn care but also the easiest account management possible. For this reason, we require that an account is set up with a Visa, Mastercard, Discover Card, or American Express for billing purposes. We do not want you to even have to think about your lawn! For fertilization and weed control, we charge your credit card the business day following a service. For all other services, we charge your credit card after service is rendered.

 

Our pricing for lawn care services is determined by the size of your lawn. You have access to your account history, billing information and services through our client portal 24/7.

 

If you’ve got a question, the answer may be here. Take a quick look, and if you don’t find the answer, please contact us. We’ll contact you back in 24 hrs or less.

1. When do you provide the free lawn analysis?

Your first free lawn evaluation will be provided when you sign up for service on your first scheduled visit.

 

2. Do you come out to inspect our lawn before providing a quote?

We do not need to visit your property to provide a quote. We provide estimates for lawn care through property measurements made online using extremely high quality aerial photos of your property. All of our pricing is based on the exact measurements of your lawn and is scientific and takes into account the amount of time needed to do a great job. We've developed this type of sales process to ensure that we are able to send the estimate to you as quickly as possible.
 

3. What results can I expect the first year?

 

If you are new to our program, much will depend upon when you start the program. If you have started receiving treatments in early spring (February - April) when pre-emergent weed control is applied, your results will be better than if you started mid-season. Most weeds are annuals, meaning the weed plants actually die due to winter frost. Unfortunately, the weed plants do not die before they set new seeds which lay dormant until warmer spring weather when germination occurs. Our pre-emergent weed control applied in early spring prevents the weed seeds from germinating (i.e. from becoming plants).

 

The early spring application provides optimum results.

 

If you have started with our lawn care program later in the season, however, you will achieve solid results. The fertilization will promote a lush green grass and weed control is always a part of our program. We simply treat the weeds in a post-emergent condition.

Improvements to your lawn may vary depending upon many factors.

Results also depend on whether or not you have had a lawn care program before. Lawns that have been neglected and are full of weeds often take a full season to get under control.

2. What if it rains after my lawn treatment?

Rain is actually beneficial to fertilizer, pre-emergent weed control, and insect control. Please allow two to three weeks for best results after each treatment.

3. Do I have to be home when the lawn applications are made?

You do not have to be home, but we do need access to all turf areas so we can treat them.

4. What does core aeration do and why is it beneficial?

 

Core aeration increases the amount of water and nutrients that can be absorbed by your lawn. It also loosens hard soil and provides breathing room for the roots of your grass. Aeration is a supplemental service recommended every year for a healthy turf.

5. Are your products safe for children and pets?

The products McBrayer Landscapes uses are approved and rated to be very safe by the Environmental Protection Agency. These products are professional grade for use by only professional applicators and are not available to the homeowner market. We DO recommend, however, that children and pets stay off the lawn when liquid applications are applied until such time the product has completely dried and to limit activity on the treated lawn areas for 24 hours. On most sunny days, the products can sometimes dry within as little as 30 minutes to an hour. 

6. How do I pay for services?

We will charge your credit card that we have on file after each service is rendered. You must have a valid credit card on file as a requirement of doing business with us.

7. Do you offer discounts if I prepay for services?

You can prepay for an entire year of services at anytime and receive a 5% discount of your total annual cost. We also may run promotional discounts during the fall for 7% to 10% off for the entire next year if you prepay during this time.

8. When is the best time to seed my fescue lawn?

Fall is the best time to seed your lawn. It provides time for the seedlings to mature before colder weather sets in for the winter. When the weather warms up in the spring, the fescue seeded in the fall has a head start in development to survive the hot summer. Fescue seeded in the spring often doesn't have the chance to mature and grow roots deep enough to survive the hot summer.

9. What do I do if weeds reappear on my lawn?


Our program provides guaranteed weed control from invasive grasses and unwanted broadleaf weeds such as crabgrass, spurge, dandelion and many others. We provide retreatments at no additional cost should your first application not be effective.

10. How long should I wait to mow my lawn after an application?


It is recommended you wait 24 hours before mowing your lawn.

11. How often do you treat my lawn? 

How often we treat depends on the time of the year, your turf type, and your lawn care package. We typically treat your lawn every 4-6 weeks.

12. Will your service continue automatically year after year?

McBrayer Landscapes lawn care service continues year after year unless a customer advises us to discontinue. Customers find that continuing the program from season to season and year to year is the best way to maintain the lawn's appearance. It also allows us to care for your lawn at the best time for the best results.


13. Should I water my lawn before or after an application?


You should water your lawn after an application. If it doesn't rain within 24 hours after our visit, please water your lawn to help achieve optimal results from our lawn application.


14. Will I receive multiple applications during one visit if I purchased any additional services?

 

If you sign up for multiple services with us, like our lawn care program and mosquito control program, these services may be done on the same day. Your technician could apply a lawn care treatment and then provide mosquito control service while on your property. You will be charged for both services rendered with the credit card we have on file at this time.

15. How often should I mow my lawn?

We recommend mowing your lawn each week during the growing season. Never remove more than 1/3 of the leaf blade during each mowing. Always mow with sharp blades.

16. How often should I water my lawn?

While your lawn is actively growing, you should water it with a 1" to 1.5" rainfall equivalent each week if we are not receiving much rain. Typically 1 to 2 days a week is enough. The idea is to water deeply and infrequently to promote deeper root systems so the lawn is more tolerant to drought. Longer watering time and/or more frequent waterings may be necessary during periods of extreme heat. Your lawn will typically need less water in the spring than in the hottest parts of the summer. If your lawn is looking brown, it may need to be watered more. Spray zones should be run 7-10 minutes per zone and rotor zones should be run 25-35 minutes per zone.

17. What time of day should I water my lawn?

It's best to water your lawn early in the morning, around 5am to 7am. If you water at night, the lawn will stay wet through the night and promote fungus issues. If you water too late in the morning, you will lose a lot of the water to evaporation.

18. Can you notify me when you will be treating my lawn?

Yes, we can notify you by a text message the morning we dispatch a technician to your home and after service is completed. Just let us know and we can put you on our notification list.

Sprinkler System Repair FAQ

1. Do you install sprinkler systems?

We do, but on a limited basis.​ Typically only when it's part of a larger landscaping project.

2. Do you warranty your sprinkler repairs?

Yes. We stand behind all of our work and provide a 3 year warranty on all repairs.

3. Can you come out to look at my problem and provide a free quote? 

We do not do free onsite quotes. We may be able to provide you a ballpark repair price over the phone if you provide us the details of your problems. When we dispatch a technician to your home, our $125 minimum applies. This price goes towards the cost of repairs. We show up ready to complete the repairs in a fully stocked truck.

4. Do you charge for sprinkler repair by the hour?

For the vast majority of repairs, no. We have a flat rate pricing structure for repair service and we can provide you a price for repairs prior to completing  

5. Do you charge an extra service call fee?

We do not charge a separate service call fee. We only have a $125 minimum for service calls.

6. Do I need a sprinkler system maintenance plan?

We recommend having your sprinkler system professionally inspected at least once a year. Often, the sprinkler system is running early in the morning and you may be completely unaware of an issue until you receive a high water bill. Having a maintenance plan will make sure your system is professionally inspected at least once a year and that it will be shut down and winterized before we have a hard freeze.

7. Can you inspect my sprinkler system?

We can inspect your system during your sprinkler repair service call. An additional fee may apply depending on the size of your sprinkler system.

8. Do I have to be present for repairs? 

No, but if your controller is located in the garage, prior arrangements need to be made for us to have access to it. We also require a valid credit card on file before we dispatch a technician to your home.

9. What is a rain sensor? Why do I need one?

Rain sensors prevent your system from running after we receive a significant rainfall. Without a rain sensor, your system can run automatically even though we may have received rain several days in a row. Over time, a rain sensor can save you a great deal of money on your water bill. This is good for both your wallet and our environment.

10. What time of year should I start up my sprinkler system and when should I shut it down for the winter?

It's a good idea to turn it on and inspect it in March to make sure it's ready when the temperatures get hot in April and May. You may not need to run it regularly until late April or May if we are receiving many spring showers. You can start to decrease your watering in October and shut it down in early November. It all depends on the weather.

11. How often should I water my lawn?

While your lawn is actively growing, you should water it with a 1" to 1.5" rainfall equivalent each week if we are not receiving much rain. Typically 1 to 2 days a week is enough. The idea is to water deeply and infrequently to promote deeper root systems so the lawn is more tolerant to drought. Longer watering time and/or more frequent waterings may be necessary during periods of extreme heat. Your lawn will typically need less water in the spring than in the hottest parts of the summer. If your lawn is looking brown, it may need to be watered more. Spray zones should be run 7-10 minutes per zone and rotor zones should be run 25-35 minutes per zone.

12. What time of day should I water my lawn?

It's best to water your lawn early in the morning, around 5am to 7am. If you water at night, the lawn will stay wet through the night and promote fungus issues. If you water too late in the morning, you will lose a lot of the water to evaporation.

13. How do I program my sprinkler controller?

Below are links to user manuals and instructional videos for 3 of the more popular controllers:

Hunter Pro C Irrigation Timer User Manual

Hunter Pro C Irrigation Timer Instructional Video

Irritrol Raindial Irrigation Timer User Manual

Irritrol Raindial Irrigation Timer Instructional Video

Rainbird ESP Irrigation Timer User Manual

Rainbird ESP Irrigation Timer Instructional Video

Mosquito Control FAQs

 

Pricing and Billing Terms


It is our goal to provide you with the best mosquito control service but also the easiest account management possible. For this reason, we require that an account is set up with a Visa, Mastercard, Discover Card, or American Express for billing purposes. We do not want you to even have to think about it For mosquito control service, we charge your credit card the business day following a service. For all other services, we charge your credit card after service is rendered.

 

Our pricing for mosquito control services is determined by the size of your treatable area. You have access to your account history, billing information and services through our client portal 24/7.

1. Will you kill all the mosquitos on my property?


No service can offer 100% protection from every mosquito. As you might imagine, a mosquito from a neighboring property could wander into your yard and bite you before feeding on the treated foliage. However, you’ll find that the presence of mosquitoes and is enormously reduced. And if you don’t, we will come and retreat your property based on our 100% satisfaction guarantee.

2. What can I do to increase the effectiveness of your mosquito control service?

Make sure there is no standing water on your property. These are breeding grounds for mosquitos. Our technicians keep an eye out for any places that mosquitos like to lay their eggs.

3. How long does it take to complete a treatment and how long does the barrier treatment last after the treatment is applied?

 

The treatments usually take 20-30 minutes to complete. Sometimes fast and sometimes longer, as it all depends on the property. The treatment lasts for 3-4 weeks.

 

4. How does the barrier treatment work?

 

Mosquitos feed on plant juices. When they attempt to feed on sprayed leaves, the residual from the spray will kill them.

5. Can you let me know when you are coming to treat my property for mosquitos?

 

Yes, we can notify you by a text message the morning we dispatch a technician to your home and after service is completed. Just let us know and we can put you on our notification list.

6. Do I need to be home for the treatments?


No, but we will need access to all parts of your property to treat for mosquitos, so please make sure gates are unlocked. We'll email you to let you know that we have completed your service.

7. What product do you use to treat for mosquitos and are they safe?

Our main barrier spray products use synthetic forms of pyrethrins called pyrethroids. Pyrethrins are the natural byproduct of the Chrysanthemum flower. Synthetic pyrethroids have a similar chemical structure as the pyrethrins, and are used in numerous commercial products such as household insecticides, pet shampoos and sprays, and even lice shampoos. The products themselves are water-based, mixed in water and will not harm plants. All of our products are registered with the EPA. The products we use are safe and will not harm your family or pets.

8. What areas do you treat when you make the barrier application?

Our technicians will walk through the property to locate areas where mosquitos enjoy to rest. We treat areas that mosquitos typically like to hang out during the day. These areas include under leaves in dense shrubbery, under decks, lower branches of trees, and damp shady areas of the property. We do not treat the grass as this is not an area that mosquitos typically rest.

9. What equipment do you use making the barrier application?

We utilize mister blowers to apply our treatments. They are powerful enough to penetrate dense shrubbery in order to apply the needed product to control mosquitos. Our technicians also wear protective gear to keep the mist off of their bodies. Once the treatment has settled and dried, it is safe. 

10. Is the treatment effective in controlling other pests?

Our standard treatment primarily targets mosquitoes, but is also effective at reducing the number of fleas and ticks in the yard. Flies and gnats are also affected, but the residual attribute of the product is not effective at long-term suppression of these insects.

11. What if it rains after my treatment has been applied?

 

As long as your yard has had adequate time to dry after the application of your treatment (approximately 30 minutes), rain should not impact the effectiveness of your service. However, our huarantee ensures that if you are not completely satisfied with the effectiveness of our barrier spray services, we will return to your yard to re-spray your property and ensure you are mosquito-free until your next scheduled service.

12. How much does mosquito treatment service cost?

Each property is unique and we customize each barrier spray application to successfully treat your mosquito problem. We price our applications based on the size and density of foliage of your property and the amount of product that we will need to use. You can contact us any time for a free quote and we usually don’t even need to visit your property. Our trained agents will be able to take your property address, look it up using our computer program, and assess your property size to give you an accurate quote.

13. How long before I can go into the yard after treatment?

After a barrier spray treatment, you need to ensure that the product has completely dried before going outside. We recommend a minimum of 30 minutes. Once the product has completely dried, you and your family may safely enjoy your deck, pool, and yard.

 
 
 
 
 

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