Speaker 1 0:00
Okay, so what we have here is a lot of gravel that roaches like this will live underneath, largely because the gravel keeps the moisture in the ground. The soil protects the roaches from birds and lizards; and you’ve got drippers that are watering the whole environment.
What happens is it creates sort of this oasis in the desert with the water and the heat the populations just soar then the predators come in, spiders and scorpions hunt these insects. What we’ve done, and the reason why you see them running all over the place, is we’ve sprayed the entire rock area of this home to begin to clean out of the rocks and we’ve also sprayed their brick walls and around the foundation. You know, this house is a 17 year old house. If you’re not doing something to treat your oasis, then you’re growing something more than beautiful green trees because green beautiful green trees aren’t natural for the desert and when we add water and have all that warmth and have no freeze, these organisms really kind of take hold.
Speaker 2 1:02
And the actual process of treating water points and moisture points on the exteriors is one of those extra barriers that board puts in.
Speaker 1 1:12
That’s correct. A lot of organizations will just spray with a pump along the foundation of the house just to try to put a narrow little barrier between the yard where the organisms breed. This is the reason why you don’t want to just put a little pump in because a lot of times roaches can make it over that barrier and get inside your house and harass you for several days before dying. We take a more complete approach.
Let’s control the stuff in your yard that shouldn’t really be there that’s not organic to this environment. Let’s get rid of it so that it doesn’t pressure you on the inside.