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FAQ 2017-03-03T05:29:14+00:00

Frequently asked questions about our Pest Control and Landscaping Services in the Tucson Area

Q: Does Gecko charge more for pest control service inside?

A: No.  Inside service is no additional charge.  Some homeowners never want inside service and others choose to do it periodically. If you elect not to have inside service during maintenances services, you can always contact your technician if you have a need to come by and take care of the inside on your schedule.

Q:  How much does a termite treatment cost?

A:  That all depends on the type of construction and foundation your home has, your preferences, amount of work needed “size and scope of work” and your budget.  In most cases we need to inspect the home and interview the client on site.

Q: Do we do “spot treatments” for termites.

A: Yes

Q:  How do we treat for termites?

A:  Look it up on our Termite page.  We explain the options in detail there.

Q:  Do you have “Green Options” for your pest and termite services?

A:  Absolutly yes!  We explain our “Green / Environmentally Responsible” termite programs on the Termite page and all of our pest control services can be tailored to your needs.

Q:  Do I have to sign a contract for your pest control services?

A:  No.  Either party can cancel at any time for any reason.  You will sign a service agreement explaining what you will pay and what you will expect from Gecko.

Why 8 ounces of prevention is worth thousands of dollars of cure 2016-07-13T23:05:38+00:00

Just 8 ounces of the active ingredient in Termidor termiticide/insecticide can give the average home unparalleled protection from costly termite damage.

See termite defence info sheet

Why TERMIDOR? 2016-07-13T23:00:06+00:00

We prefer to use Termidor termitacide which has proven to GECKO to be the most effective termite elimination product available. Termidor termitacide is more expensive than the other products, but it out performs the other products in both immediate control and on going elimination of the termite colonies.