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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ'S)


Can I do Pest control service by myself?

Sure you can! We understand that there are many pests out there to keep out of your homes and businesses.We have the best pest control products and supplies that professional pest control companies and exterminators use to enable people to get rid of pests by their own.

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Who can buy Our Professional Pest control products?

Pest control Products Depot is your best source for professional / commercial grade pest control supplies, approved for residential Pest control, commercial pest control, Pest control Operators (PCO).

We provide access to educational resources to help you select, purchase, and use any item in our product line for multiple apartment Pest control, hotel Pest control, motel Pest control, restaurant Pest control, farms, ranches, nurseries, greenhouses, golf course Pest control, Federal, State &Local Governments Pest control, National & State parks Pest control, correctional facilities Pest control, schools & universities Pest control, military brokers, warehouses Pest control,storage facilities Pest control, grocery stores Pest control, food processing plants Pest control, and many more.

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Is it cheaper to do Pest control by myself?

Instead of signing a long term contract, paying expensive fees & waiting for an appointments, do your own pest control by yourself. We have a wealth of knowledge from years of experience in the pest control industry. We are here to help you with all of your do it yourself pest control needs and questions.

Customers can easily save up to 70% compared to hiring an exterminator. Our goal is to provide you with the most up-to-date, easy to use pest management solutions on the market. The same products that professional pest control companies and exterminators use, but at a fraction of the cost.

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Is it safe to do Pest control myself?

All of the products we sell are General Use Pesticides (GUP) and are registered with EPA (Environmental Protection Agency). We furnish the most up-to-date labels and Safety Data Sheets for each product take your time to read the complete product label. This will provide the complete directions for use you will need to properly and safely apply the products. In addition, the label provides precautions that may be applicable before, during and/or after the treatment.

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How do I know what product is right for me?

While there is no one product that is always best, there is likely a product with which you will feel most comfortable. We offer as much information as possible about each product so you can choose a safe and effective solution. Our technicians are "active in the field"; so there is a good chance that they have used any product you have questions about. They can use their firsthand experience to make sure you get the best possible product for your situation.

How do I know where to treat?

In each pest profile on our site we talk about the various treatment. In addition, the product label posted on the siteand on the product container will show you exactly when, where and how to apply each product. With this level of guidance, you can be assured of doing it right the first time.

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Do I get free advice & training for Do-It –Yourself Pest control products?

Yes. has an experienced staff of an Entomologist as well as state registered & certified Professionals. So you can receive advice and training for FREE.

The advice given by a Pest Control Products Depot employee or agent or onany of the pages on this website for pesticide application or use are based on common application practices in the pest control industry. This advice should never be construed to take the place of the pesticide label. Always read and follow the directions of the actual product for thorough directions for us and precautions.

We are based in Atlanta, Georgia and ship nationwide. Call us today at 1 877-788-2847 or order online!

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Are there ways to prevent having the pests in the first place?

Prevention is always better than the cure. Along with the information on each pest profile, we include tips for prevention and control. Our easy to follow recommendations may help you to avoid or minimize pest problems.

Pests seek habitats that provide their essential needs for survival, such as food, water, and shelter. By removing some of these basic elements, or by blocking access to them, one can impose a significant degree of control over pests well before chemical pesticides need to be considered.

Take some simple preventative measures:

  • Pests are usually looking for food. Keeping your kitchen and eating areas clean gives pests one less reason to raid your home;
  • Store all trash in bins with a lid and remove trash on a regular basis;
  • Ensure that your screened doors and windows are in good repair;
  • Keep branches and foliage trimmed and away from the house. Very often pests enter the home from plants, trees and shrubs;
  • Repair siding, exterior trim and decks at the first sign of deterioration' and
  • Regular cleaning, sweeping, vacuuming and dusting doesn't necessarily detract pests from coming into your home, but it does train your eye to look for potential problems in the dark corners of your house.

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How do I identify the type of pest I have?

We have hundreds of color photos and insect identification guides to help you determine which pest you have, But don't worry. If you get stumped, you are only a phone call or email away from one of our many experienced professionals. They really know their bugs!

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I have young children/pets, how can I safely treat for pests in my home?

Having small children and/or pets may impact what chemical you choose or the way you apply it. Generally one should keep children and pets off the treated areas until the sprays have dried or the dusts have settled, but one should always read and follow the directions of the actual product for complete warnings and precautionary information.

Feel free to call or email us and discuss any questions or concerns you have. Rest assured, our first priority is the safety of our customers.

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What is Integrated Pest Management (IPM)?

IPM is an ecosystem-based strategy that focuses on long-term prevention of pests or their damage through a combination of techniques such as biological control, habitat manipulation, modification of cultural practices, and use of resistant varieties

IPM is a combination of common sense and scientific principles. It's a way of thinking about pest management that values:

  • Using the least toxic methods first, up to and including pesticides
  • Monitoring the pest's activity and adjusting methods over time
  • Tolerating harmless pests, and
  • Setting a threshold to decide when it's time to act

To learn more about IPM, choose from the following topics:

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Household IPM

Household IPM

If you are just getting started with your pest problem, think about these questions and do some research about the pest.

  • What type of pest are you dealing with?
  • How are they getting in? How can I keep them out?
  • Do they live in the house all of the time, or do they come and go?
  • What are they eating and drinking?
  • How can I make my home less friendly to pests?
  • How can I keep track of their activity to see if my strategy is working?

To prevent future problems, consider taking steps to pest-proof your home.

  • Inspect your home inside and out looking for pests, food, water and entry points.
  • Fix any leaky hoses, faucets or pipes; pests need water.
  • Fix any holes in your window screens, and consider installing door-sweeps.
  • Plug entry points, even the tiny ones, with caulk, wire mesh, etc.
  • Learn about relative humidity, and keep it below 60% indoors, if possible, to prevent mold and help control other pests.

Source: National Pesticide Information Center. Any pesticide-related topic, please call NPIC at  1-800-858-7378 (7:30am-3:30pm PST), or email at

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Garden IPM

Garden IPM

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To prevent future pest problems, consider taking some proactive steps to pest-proof your garden:

  • Select the right plants for the location; consider their needs for water and sun.
  • Select disease-resistant varieties when certain diseases keep coming back.
  • Water plants at ground level; wet leaves are more susceptible to disease.
  • Remove dead plant material before spring; it can harbor diseases.
  • Consider testing the soil for nutrients and minerals to plan fertilizer needs.
  • Proper care and watering will produce healthier plants, which are better at resisting diseases and tolerating insects.
  • Inspect your plants regularly in order to detect problems early.
  • Consider asking a master gardener for help identifying and managing pests.

Source: National Pesticide Information Center. Any pesticide-related topic, please call NPIC at  1-800-858-7378 (7:30am-3:30pm PST), or email at

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Lawn IPM

Lawn IPM

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To prevent future problems, consider taking some proactive steps to pest-proof your lawn.

  • Choose a type of grass that thrives in your region and climate.
  • Develop and maintain healthy soil.
  • Mow often with sharp blades and mow high; generally 2.5-3.5 inches high.
  • If dead grass, or thatch, gets thicker than a half-inch, remove it with a rake.
  • Water deep and rarely, rather than short periods that occur more often.
  • Determine how many weeds you can tolerate, and how many you can pull.

Source: National Pesticide Information Center. Any pesticide-related topic, please call NPIC at  1-800-858-7378 (7:30am-3:30pm PST), or email at

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Is there a difference between these products and the ones at the home improvement stores/hardware stores?


We only sell professional do-it-yourself pest control products. These products are the same ones used by professional exterminators and pest control companies. Many of our products are not available in retail outlets like Home Depot, Lowes, Walmart, ACE Hardware, etc., nor at distributors like Hotel-Motel Supply, HD supply, Guest supply etc.