A few of our most requested services
We take pride in the services
All Pest Elimination Services
Long term prevention of pests and/or weeds and their impact by managing the property in general. We change cultural practices, such as excessive irrigation, to avoid root rot and weeds. We use insecticides that benefit the property as part of our solution process and only use a full line of pesticides with rotating chemistry to avoid resistance.
Termites are the most destructive pest to homes in Arizona. Avoid the severe damage with prompt remedial termite pest control. Three Sixty uses specialized equipment to dig 6” – 12” trench around the home. A rodding tool is then used to apply a product that is transferred back to the other termites to destroy the colony. The protective barrier is effective for one year. Give us a call today for a free termite inspection.
Signs of varmint activity is usually obvious. Often times the home owner is able to identify areas that need attention. Things to look for if you suspect you have a varmint issue include: small hills, large mounds, tunnel openings and other openings in soil. One of our technicians will visit the property to insure appropriate traps, bait stations, runway bait and/or other control measures are implemented.
Both Africanized and American honey bees are destroyed with a combination of soap solution and no fly expanding foam insecticide for eight week residual to prevent return of these stinging pests. Three Sixty also offers hive removals. Arizona is seeing increasingly dangerous situations in irrigation valve boxes containing bee hives (in most cases these are Africanized bees). Wasp and hornet nests are treated in the same manor.
Since the primary food source for scorpions is insects, our well rounded turf and Ornamental control will advantage the prevention of scorpions. Night scoping and high volume pesticide applications are required for heavy infestations. The property is inspected after dusk with specialized vision equipment to locate nests or infestation areas. High volume pesticide applications are made to allow direct contact.
For control of a wide variety of insects, roaches, ants, ground beetles, moths, caterpillars, dust mites and crickets our technicians spray property border (inside of fence if present) and exterior of home. The insecticides used in this application are Broad Spectrum insecticides and provide a 12 week weather resistant barrier.
Pre- emergent is applied every six months to control common broadleaf and grassy weeds without injuring desirable plant material (selective control). These herbicides leave a lasting soil residual that control weeds at the time of seed germination. Post-emergent is a spot spray application to kill existing weeds. This can be scheduled as needed, but commonly technicians will make both pre and post emergent applications on the same visit. Areas that are heavily infested with weeds will require a separate broadcast post- emergent application.
A granular insecticide is applied throughout property to control a wide variety of insects that damage and interfere with plants on the property. This application will provide a curative/contact kill and move insecticide into the plant roots to provide lasting systemic control. Systemic insecticides will kill pests that damage foliage and roots by chewing, piercing and sucking. These insects include grubs, white flies, aphids, ants etc.
There are times when we encounter problems with plant vigor that may not be solved with traditional fertilizer alone. In this situation, the use of soil testing may be the only solution. Samples are collected throughout the hardscape and turf areas and sent to a soil testing laboratory for analysis. Test results are reviewed by Agronomist’s and then they provide a recommendation to unlock the natural nutrient web process in the soil. The colored graphed test results and recommendations are then mailed to the homeowner.
Spraying of tree canopies is done from January thru March using appropriate plant growth retardants or plant growth regulators at the technician’s discretion. A 90% reduction in fruit is the estimated expectation from this treatment.