Bishop Spray Service provides a full spectrum of insect and pest control including, but not limited to the following: spiders, ants, aphids, beetles, hornets, wasps, yellow jackets, earwigs, roaches, bed bugs, fleas, termites, lawn damaging insects, dormant spray (trees and shrubs) and foliar/systemic (trees and shrubs).
We have the experience and skills to treat your insect and pest control problems in the most effective way possible. We provide complete elimination and ongoing prevention for your residential, commercial and industrial location(s) in the following areas: interior, exterior, crawlspaces, trees and shrubs, landscaping and lawns.
For ongoing prevention of insects, Bishop Spray Service can provide you with a custom-tailored program based on the most current, comprehensive information available on life cycles and habits of insects and pests.
Our insect control services are not harmful to most domesticated pets. It is harmful to fish. Please notify us if you have an exterior fish pond so that we may avoid the area.
If you have just painted your home, we recommend waiting 4-6 weeks before application. For best advice, speak to a painting professional.
Regular rainfall or occasional water from a sprinkler will not prematurely degrade the chemical. Our product has a residual effect for about 2 months.
Pressure wash or sweep your home to remove excess cobwebs.
Once the application has dried, you may wash your windows, but not the house.
Have an outdoor event coming up? Contact us for a FREE estimate on insect control.
TREES & SHRUBS
Insect control has a direct impact on your plant health and longevity. If you are having a problem, Bishop Spray Service will inspect your trees and shrubs, diagnose the problem, and recommend the best insect control treatment option. Our goal is to keep your trees and shrubs healthy.
Our dormant spray treatment is applied to the trees in early spring, prior to the swelling and breaking of buds. Our foliar/systemic spray can be applied late spring to fall. Once the foliar/systemic spray has been applied, water thoroughly at your earliest convenience.
Water, water, water! Especially in the fall. If water is not available to the roots, they will suffer winter burn and the damage will not be seen until the following spring and summer. Lack of water is the number one problem we see for trees and shrubs. The damage, once visible, can take as long as 2-3 years to go away with proper treatment.