Gulf Coast Pest Control is a fully licensed, Veteran/family owned and operated business. 
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FAQ

WHAT ARE THE PRICES FOR YOUR SERVICES?

Gulf Coasts' goal is to give each customer a customized plan. Each service plan takes into consideration your home, insect problem and surrounding environment. For this reason, to give one generic price is not practical. 

It is best to contact us so we can set up your unique pricing needs. Our highly trained Gulf Coast Pest Specialist will be able to inspect your premises, assess the situation, develop solutions, implement those solutions, and continue to monitor the situation to achieve long-lasting results.

HOW WILL YOUR PRODUCTS AFFECT MY PETS?

We are too pet-lovers. All of our products are not harmful to pets, as long as you follow our recommendations. Keep in mind that some treatments require time to dry before pets can be allowed back into treated area. Every situation is different and we will give you specific information on the product application used and how to keep your pets safe.

WHEN I CALL YOUR OFFICE WITH A PEST PROBLEM, HOW FAST CAN YOU RESPOND WITH TREATMENT?

We try our best to meet your needs efficiently and effectively. With that being said, our summer months are busy and we give top priority to all of our regular maintenance customers. Even within our peak months, we usually have help on the way within a day and even hours for emergencies! Remember, good service providers are often busy, but are worth the wait!

WHEN YOU COME TO SPRAY MY HOUSE HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE?

It depends on the type of pest and many other factors. A routine initial service for ants, for example, often takes less than an hour and still control the problem for several months. Your technician will recommend things you can do to reduce pest pressure around your home. Rodent problems may require several service visits and cultural control measures as well. 

Your technician will advise you, if necessary, to leave the home or only to avoid specific areas until any treated surfaces have dried. Advise your technician of any sensitive persons, pets, or organic gardens that requires extra care. Fish ponds are especially sensitive and care will be taken to avoid any exposure.