Frequently Asked Questions

We are always striving to provide our customers with the satisfaction and peace of mind they deserve when it comes to eliminating pests from their homes. We go above and beyond for our customers and ensure that our skills, efficiency, and know-how are second to none in our industry.

Hannan Environmental Services has kept up with modern technology and continues to improve their methods and processes that many other pest control companies haven’t, which gets the job done effectively.  Our trained service technicians are extensively trained in all manner of insects and rodents and can spot possible problems before they become serious which minimizes the damage they can cause to your home.  Hannan Environmental Services also uses products that are pet friendly as well as eco-safe ensuring that your family is safe from bugs and are not exposed to any toxic chemicals.

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Treatment results can vary depending on the pest and the course of action taken by Hannan Environmental Services.  If you are still seeing pests after 7-10 days please let us know so we can return at no cost and adjust the pest management strategy.

Certain bugs, such as fleas, ticks, and bed bugs, have different life cycles than others.  At points in their life cycle, they are immune to pest control treatments so multiple treatments are required to eliminate them when they are vulnerable.

Bugs find Florida’s subtropical climate to be as much of a paradise as we do.  Since bugs live and breed outside Hannan Environmental Services works to create a barrier outside your house to prevent them from ever entering your home.  This also comes with the added bonus that you don’t need to be home while your house is being treated.

Florida is a haven for pests and the warm weather means that pests are active all year long.  While Hannan Environmental Services quickly eliminates pests from inside your home there are always a long line of insects just waiting to invade your house.  Hannan’s routine service keeps a continuous barrier around your home ensuring these pesky invaders can’t sneak into your house.

Without an expert inspection it is impossible to know; however low watering, pests, and disease are common causes.

Rain has no effect on the application and only helps activate and deliver the treatment to your yard.

Without an expert inspection it is impossible to know; however factors such as sunlight, overwatering, nutrient deficiency, insects, location, PH, and plant depth can all have an effect on your shrubs.

Florida is a haven for pests and the warm weather means that pests are active all year long.  While Hannan Environmental Services quickly eliminates pests from inside your home there are always a long line of insects just waiting to invade your house.  Hannan’s routine service keeps a continuous barrier around your home ensuring these pesky invaders can’t sneak into your house.

It doesn’t matter if you have a concrete block or are on a concrete slab.  Your property is still vulnerable and they are hard to detect until significant damage has been done to your property.

It may be a termite or it may be a winged ant.

  • Ants have a thin waist (a narrow area between the thorax and the first abdominal segment).
  • The front pair of wings are larger than the hind pair.
  • Wings have few veins and are usually clear.
  • Termite thorax and abdomen are broadly connected.
  • Four wings are approximately the same size and shape.
  • Wings have many veins and may be milky-colored.

Drywood termites can live their entire lives inside a piece of lumber or furniture.  While they have smaller colonies than subterranean termites they tend to be larger in size.  Their typical swarming season is nighttime from May to November.

Subterranean termites require contact with the ground and they need moisture.  They have larger swarms than drywood termites and their typical swarming season is during the daytime in spring and summer months.

When termite colonies grow too large they send out new reproductive termites, called swarmers, to start new colonies.  Swarms during the day generally indicate subterranean termites and swarms during the night are generally indicative of drywood termites.  Subterranean termites also generally have larger swarms than drywood termites.

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