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Corbett Frequently Asked Questions
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  1. What is the difference between a mice cleanout treatment and a mice treatment?
    a. Mice Cleanout: Treatments include dusting all wall voids, pipe holes, mini guards (stations that hold tracking powder), rodenticides and glue boards are placed behind the stove and refrigerator. They are only placed behind refrigerator and stove because they are areas where children and pets cannot gain access too.

    b. Mice Treatment: Rodenticide and glue boards are placed behind the stove and refrigerator. These treatments are done during our regular maintenance service.
  2. What is the difference between a C.E.M.I.T. cleanout treatment and a Full C.E.M.I.T. treatment?
    a. CEMIT Treatment: A maintenance treatment which is usually done monthly or quarterly. Includes inspection and treatment to all crack & crevices with gel bait and extraction for kitchen and bathroom or any other room where resident is finding infestation.

    b. Full CEMIT Treatment: Includes inspection and treatment to all cracks and crevices throughout the unit including kitchen cabinets, closets, doors, window frames and furniture etc. Wall void treatments will be dusted every 12-14 inches throughout the entire unit. The insect extraction machine is utilized to remove live and dead roaches.
  3. When performing CEMIT/mice cleanout do you need to be out of the home?
  4. How long after a CEMIT/mice cleanout can you expect to see results?
    At least 7-10 days.
  5. Should we treat the adjacent units when one is infested with mice/roaches?
    We only recommend adjacent units for bed bugs.
  6. What happens to the dead mice that are in the wall voids after a mice cleanout?
    They decompose and dry out. Odor is possible but not definite.
  7. What can you do for a dead rat or mice odor?
    A deodorizing treatment to the wall voids, ceiling voids or open area depending on the location of odor.
  8. How effective is the flea treatment?
    The treatment is very effective as long as we get the cooperation from the resident and management. The tenant has to prepare and the pet needs to be treated. Take the pet to the vet or treat with Front Line, Canine Advantage or similar products.
  9. What can we do for bats?
    Eliminate the access ways into the building. Remove bats and install one way doors.
  10. How does the bed bug process work?
    We recommend treatment of all adjacent units as well as the problem unit. Management must ensure that the unit is properly prepared for treatment. After all forms are signed and returned the series of (3) treatments are scheduled. Management must be advised to vacuum all common areas daily. Educational training for management and residents can be provided.
  11. Why should the adjacent units be considered for treatments when doing a bed bug treatment?
    Bed Bugs migrate on their own and can also migrate as a result from our treatment.
  12. Do I need to throw my furniture away? (Regarding a bed bug problem)
    No that is not our recommendation; we can and will treat the furniture.
  13. Are bed bugs in all areas of my apartment?
    Bed bugs are more than likely to be in all areas of the unit since they are not restricted to the bedroom. They can be found anywhere such as in furniture, light fixtures or smoke detectors to name a few places.
  14. How effective is the bed bug treatment?
    Very effective although depends on the cooperation from the resident and management.
  15. Is it necessary to have all three bed bug treatments and why?
    Yes, the series of treatments must be completed thoroughly to ensure the highest results.
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