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How Long Does Pest Control Treatment Take?

One of the main reasons why people do not like hiring pest control specialists is because of the time it takes to complete treatments. However, when you are dealing with living things inside your home, the process takes time. In this guide, we go over how long pest control treatments take. 

How Long Does It Take To Spray Your House?

Each treatment is different depending on the pest. Prevention measures typically take around 15 to 30 minutes. Talk to your pest control specialist to see how long it will take for them to spray your home. 

How Long Do You Have to Stay Out of Your Home?

Since there are many different sprays and treatments, you have to follow the directions your pest control company gives. Many companies use organic spray solutions where you can enter your home right away. However, many experts recommend waiting at least 30 minutes for it to dry. Heat or chemical treatments need up to four hours before going back into the area. Always consult your pest control expert to see what they say. 

What May Cause Delays?

As humans, we do not have control of everything that happens. And in some cases, your pest control treatment may take longer than planned. In most cases, spraying or heat/chemical treatments will not have too many delays unless your pest expert is running late or there is something wrong with their equipment or solutions. 

Live animal removals like rodents, raccoons, snakes, opossums, bats and other small animals can take hours or even days. The size of your home also plays a factor in how long any treatment takes. The bigger the property, the longer it takes to spray. If things take longer than anticipated, talk to your pest control specialist to see what is happening and what can occur to speed up the process. 

How Fast Does It Start Working?

One of the best things about pest treatments is that you will see a noticeable difference within one to two days. If you see an increase in pest activity, do not worry because that means you have successfully disturbed their feeding and breeding grounds. These pests will then either leave the premises or die due to the treatment. All pest activity should decrease significantly or completely within one to two weeks.

How Long Does It Last?

Chemicals last about 60 to 90 days before they become biodegradable. However, the barrier they leave behind lasts for months. Typically, homeowners spray their homes for pests once or twice a year, depending on their environment. 

Are you ready for your next pest control treatment? Do you live in the New Jersey area? Then you need to check out A-Academy Termite & Pest Control. We have been servicing the area for over 40 years. For more information or to book an appointment, contact us today!

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