Snap Pest Control

Pest & Animal Control
2640 Hammond road Mississauga ON L5K 2M3
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Private User reviews Markham, ON

The dreaded “T” word I don't want to say!

Our house was built three years ago and found to have termite infestation when we noticed bubbling of our brand new wooden floor. Joe came to inspect several times and provided a detailed analysis of the situation and treatment plans. He brought in his team to apply chemical carefully and meticulously, with absolute professionalism. He also suggested a one of a kind custom system to allow future prevention and maintenance. Throughout the consultation process, he was methodical, thorough and certainly reassuring. Joe and Melissa were very mindful and understanding that situations like this are stressful events for their clients, therefore their carefulness and cleanliness with the site was extremely appreciated. Joe is knowledgeable and truly care for his clients to ensure good outcome. We are extremely satisfied with Joe’s service, and there is absolutely no hesitation to recommend his company! Thanks to Joe for giving us peace finally and happiness restored. We will surely be calling Joe in the future for maintenance program!

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Thanks guys this was a really big job for us at SNAP and we did a very thorough job at this home to protect the house. I won't go into to much detail suffice it to say the chemical
barrier that was done here was the best I've done. The house was dug down to its footings all around,walls parged, pipes with custom socks over cravel for further control installed , with a total of 4 thousand
litres in treated soil. The inside areas
were drilled, sprayed and fogged. Should I need to come back we simply fill the system with chemical and it reaches the areas (144 pipes) easily. This system is very popular in the southern states and I'm thinking why not here as well in terms of ongoing maintenance. I'm convinced this is a the first in Canada. Joe