Senske is a regional tree and lawn care and pest control company that provides services in Utah, Nevada, Idaho, and Eastern Washington (Kennewick, Spokane, and the surrounding area). The company hopes all interactions with clients demonstrate ethics, respect, fun, safety, training, innovation, quality, and dependability.
Senske offers several plans for pest control and promises to return between regular servicing free of charge if pest problems persist.
Senske has more than 70 years of experience handling pests of all shapes and sizes. The company guarantees all its pest control work; if a customer complaint about returning insects reaches Senske's corporate office, the company will send out a licensed technician to re-treat the area at no cost to the homeowner. Senske's pest control services cover the following:
Senske offers many types of services, including lawn and tree care, grounds maintenance, weed control, and holiday lights, in addition to pest control. Senske provides different plans to treat for ants (including pavement and carpenter ants), bed bugs, birds, rodents (mice and rats), scorpions, spiders (including black widow, hobo, and wolf spiders), stinging insects, and termites. Under these plans, the company additionally treats for earwigs, fleas, wasps, roaches, yellow jackets, hornets, and cupboard pests.
Senske's website offers a free price quote tool. This tool helps the homeowner how much he or she can expect to pay for lawn service, tree service, or pest control services; however, in order to receive the quote, individuals must provide personal information, including an address. This is likely because so much of pest control depends on the size of the home, the type of pest issue, and the extent of the pest problem. Once an individual has requested a quote, a Senske specialist will contact him or her with further information or to schedule an inspection.
While many other pest control companies give a detailed description of their plans, Senske leaves a little to be desired. It gives an overview of the plan, but does not share the type of chemicals it uses, the number of times it provides service, the length of its contracts, and so on. Especially because individuals must first share their address and contact information to receive a quote, this is worrisome. While it is likely not Senske's intention, considering their focus on honesty, some companies choose to withhold information, hoping to lock clients into contracts before they truly have all the information.
Senske does not give very many options if customers need to reach the company. It does provide a phone number, but not the hours that customers can reach Senske at that number. The company also provides a form for clients to leave questions and comments, but this form does not promise immediate responses. This lack of contact information may be because Senske supplies an FAQ section, so the form is only necessary for those hoping to set up an appointment, but it still makes it difficult for those who may need an immediate response from the company.
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