Vinx Pest Control eliminates and prevents pests at residential and commercial properties in three geographic areas:
Vinx approaches customer service with a focus on fast service, a money-back guarantee, and free retreatments as needed in between services. Vinx covers ants, spiders, wasps, termites, bed bugs, mosquitos, and other pests. While it covers most common pests, Vinx is not equipped to tackle wildlife issues beyond rodents.
When you discover a pest problem, you want to nip it in the bud. Vinx makes it possible to resolve your issue as soon as possible by guaranteeing next-day availability. In fact, if the company can’t service your property the very next business day, you get your initial pest control service free.
With most of the companies we review, pricing information is not readily available on a given company’s website. This makes sense, because the pricing of a job can depend on the pest problem, the square footage of the house or commercial property, and the frequency of the pesticide applications.
However, Vinx does provide online estimates based on your targeted pests, location, and square footage. For example, for residential ants, other common pests, and rodent treatments in Dallas in a 2,000–4,000 square foot home, you’ll pay $139 for your initial treatment, then $42 per subsequent treatment after that.
Prospective customers will appreciate knowing roughly how much they’ll pay with Vinx. The exception to this is for mosquito, termite, and bed bug treatments, as these require a consultation to assess needs.
Vinx’s initial treatment isn’t the cheapest we’ve seen, but the company claims its eco-friendly, high-end pesticide is formulated to achieve long-lasting results, so the cost is justified.
In addition, Vinx offers various promotions for scheduling your service online as well as a 30-day money-back guarantee or free re-treatment if you’re not satisfied with the service.
Vinx Pest Control covers pests at both residential and commercial property types. The pest library includes the following:
Vinx technicians are certified and trained in the pest control industry, according to the Vinx website. They also receive in-home training beyond federal regulations and undergo specific training for the following aspects of pest control:
Vinx mentions rats, mice, and squirrels in its pest control library, but there is no mention of birds, raccoons, or other wildlife pests. If you encounter these types of wildlife beyond rodents, you’ll need to work with a separate animal control company, but Vinx will contact one for you.
Vinx does not list any professional accreditations within the industry, such as QualityPro from the NPMA (National pest Management Association). Of course, this type of industry accreditation isn’t a guarantee of quality service, but is one criterion that can give a company clout and boost customer-facing confidence.