Terms and Conditions

Pest Re-Treatment Guarantee
Pests Covered Under Your Re-Treatment Guarantee
● Ants – Fire ants, Red ants, Acrobat ants, Sugar/house ants
● Spiders – Brown recluse, Black widow, Orb weaver, Wolf spider
● Common Roaches – Oriental roach, Smokey brown roach, American roach
● Earwigs, Millipedes, Centipedes, Silverfish, Scorpions
● And more!

Barefoot Mosquito & Pest Control agrees to apply material/s to reduce the presence of pests in
accordance with the Terms and Conditions of this agreement. All materials used will comply with Federal,
State, and County regulations.

In the event that live targeted pests indicated above reappear on the property, upon the client’s request
Barefoot Mosquito & Pest Control will retreat the property at no additional charge – providing that the
client has corrected any conducive conditions for pests on their property, the client’s service schedule has
been maintained, and the account balance is in good standing.

The Re-Treatment Guarantee does not include: bees, birds, ornamental pests (a category of exterior
pests which includes webworms and aphids), german cockroaches, cicada-killer wasps, and tawny crazy
ants. Fleas, and wood destroying insects (such as termites, carpenter ants, and borer beetles) are also
not included, but they can be inspected, quoted, and treated separately.

Rodents are guaranteed only in the “Pest with Rodent Prevention” and “Pest with Flea and Rodent
Prevention” plans. Other mammals in the wildlife pest category, such as gophers, raccoons, opossums,
and squirrels, are excluded.

Mosquito Control Service Guarantee
We agree to apply material to reduce mosquitoes and/or general pests in accordance with the terms and
conditions of this agreement. All materials used will comply with Federal, State, and County regulations.
Once three mosquito services have been completed, and while on a continual service, in the event that
mosquitoes re-infest at a rate higher than the quoted control percentage within 7 days, following a paid
service and upon your request to us, we will treat the exterior at no additional charge with a Booster
service, providing the customer has corrected all the conducive conditions for mosquitoes on their
property, the customer’s service schedule is maintained, and the customer balance is current. Although
the service aggressively targets mosquitoes, it is scientifically impossible to eradicate 100% of
mosquitoes on a property, and as such, a 100% guarantee is not possible.

Scheduling
The individual signing below claims that they have ownership or capacity to approve service at this
location. This agreement includes the above number of services. (Mosquito only): By default, Mosquito
Control services are scheduled 21 to 25 days apart. (Pest only): By default, regular Pest Control services
are scheduled every third month, though some plans are designed to occur on a monthly or bi-monthly
basis. Separate services (Flea & Tick, Termite, etc.) may be combined and performed at the same time
for consolidation purposes. The client approves all work performed on and around the property as
complete.

The company reserves the right to schedule services up to 5 days before or after the service timetable,
due to weather or other required scheduling needs. Services will be performed notwithstanding the
client’s presence at the time of technician’s arrival. Arrival time may fall at any point throughout daylight
hours, unless previously scheduled with the client.

On the business day prior to service, notice will be sent to registered email addresses on file for the
location. Service notices may be sent to additional registered email addresses, such as those of adjacent
properties with expressed health concerns, solely to alert them of upcoming service nearby. These
notices will never contain information that is financial in nature. If the client requires a different method of
notice, they must establish that need in advance with the company so that it may best be accommodated.

Where it is permitted, the company may make use of yard signs to alert the client and nearby owners that
the property is under the company’s service. This signage is not meant to be permanent, and will be
displayed on a rotating basis.

Renewal And Cancellation
After the agreed number of services have been completed, services shall continue on their normal interval
unless the client cancels by telephone. If you are unable to use a telephone to call us, we can accept an
email in certain cases. If an email is sent, we will place a call to the customer, and the cancellation will not
be processed until we have spoken. It is the client’s responsibility to alert Barefoot Mosquito & Pest
Control of any change in address. Active Mosquito Control services will be notified by email about
seasonal service pauses and restarts. Seasonal changes do not require restart confirmation from the
client.

Pest Control services cancelled prior to the completion of the agreement incur a $99.99 cancellation fee.
Cancellation of one service arrangement or setup is not tantamount to cancellation of others – for
example, ending Mosquito service does not thereby end your Pest service.

Payment
Accounts will have a method of payment recorded on file and set up for automatic payments, and will be
charged within a reasonable time following service. Accounts not operating with payment on file (known
as traditional billing) will be subject to a per-invoice surcharge of $5.

A financial charge of 1.5% per month (18% per annum) will be added to past due accounts. There is a
$25 return charge for all declined payments. No service will be rendered on accounts past due by 60 days
or more. Accounts due past by 90 days or more are subject to cancellation and turnover to a third party
collections agency. The company reserves the right to increase service rates at any time.

It may become necessary that an account in arrears be submitted to a third party collections agency. In
this event, the account will be assessed a fee equal to 43% of its closing balance.

Liability
In the course of conducting service at a location, it may be necessary for Barefoot Mosquito and Pest
technicians to use the water source on premises. Technicians will exercise caution to use only as much
water as is necessary for servcie(s). Technicians will return hoses and adapters to the state they were in
upon arrival.

Barefoot Mosquito & Pest Control is not responsible for any structural damage, property loss, or personal
loss caused by the service. Barefoot Mosquito & Pest Control shall not be responsible for any loss due to
health issues that arise from mosquitoes, general pests, or from the service application should such
occur.

The products the company uses can be fatal to aquatic organisms. If client has fish or any aquatic wildlife
living on the outside of their property, they must ensure the ponds, tanks, etc. are fully covered by a tarp
prior to service commencing and leave on for one hour after service is complete. Barefoot Mosquito &
Pest Control is not responsible for any loss of fish or other aquatic wildlife due to the service.

In the course of treating and preventing problems with mice and/or rats, it may be necessary to employ
rodenticide. Though it is administered in a controlled way, the rodenticide that will be used can be harmful
to children, pets and wildlife. The client agrees to use the highest degree of care in and about their
property so that no children, pets or wildlife shall come in contact with the rodenticide, just as the
company agrees to use the highest care in filling, placing, and securing this product. The client agrees to
release Barefoot Mosquito & Pest Control from liability and to indemnify and hold Barefoot Mosquito &
Pest Control, its officers, agents, contractors and employees harmless from any claims for property
damage, personal injury or illness as a result of the application of rodenticide.

(Mosquito Only): All materials have an odor that may be detected for 24-36 hours after the product is
applied. If you or anyone living in the vicinity of your property is sensitive to essential oils or pesticides,
Barefoot Mosquito & Pest Control recommends you seek advice from a physician or veterinarian prior to
commencing treatment.

Consumer Information Sheet
The structural pest control industry is regulated by the Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA), Structural
Pest Control Service (SPCS), PO Box 12847, Austin, TX 78711–2847. TDA licenses the businesses,
certified applicators and technicians who perform structural pest control work. Certified applicators and
technicians must pass a written examination in order to receive their licenses.
Pesticides must be registered with the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and TDA
before they may be used in Texas. EPA registration is not a finding of product safety. Pesticides are
designed to kill or control pests. Your risk of harm depends on the degree of your exposure and or
individual susceptibility.

Specific health and safety information varies between pesticides and types of exposures and is available
on the label information or MSDS sheet, which can be supplied to you upon request from the licensed
applicator. Take precautions when a treatment has been performed to avoid exposure to vulnerable
individuals. Pesticides maybe harmful if swallowed, inhaled, or absorbed through the skin. Avoid
breathing dust or spray mist and any unnecessary contact with treated services. If you desire specific
information on precautions, refer to the pesticide label. The law requires that the application procedures
specified on the label be followed. If you have questions about the application, contact the business or
person making the application. If you suspect a violation of the law regarding structural pest control,
contact the SPCS. In case of a health emergency, seek immediate medical attention. Pest Control signs
must be posted prior to treatment in many instances. The signs should be posted in an area of common
access at least 48 hours prior to treatment. The information sign will allow you to contact someone and
tell you what pesticide is being used.

If you are contracting for pest-control services due to a home solicitation, you have the right to cancel the
contract within 72 hours. You may exercise this right by notifying the pest control company that you do not
wish to receive their service. For general information on pesticides, contact the national pesticide
information center 1–800-858-7378. For information concerning structural pest control laws, contact the
Structural Pest Control Service at: (512) 305–8250 or 866–918–4481.

For information concerning the formulation and registration of pesticides, contact the TDA pesticide
registration at (512) 463–7476 or 800–835-5832.

For non-emergency health information relating to pesticides, contact Texas Department of State Health
Services (512) 458-7111.

REDUCED IMPACT SERVICE
In order to minimize the reliance on pesticides and reduce pest populations, a Reduced Impact Pest
Control operator may recommend that you consider the sanitation or physical alteration of your workplace
or residence. It is your responsibility to follow these recommendations. Your pest control operator may or
may not offer these services upon request. A proper inspection will provide the information necessary for
you to choose the method of pest control which best suits your situation. Many past problems can be
solved without using pesticides.

This reduced impact service will include an inspection report and treatment recommendations. You should
review these and keep a copy for your records. Your cooperation of all of the recommendations made by
your service provider is essential to reduce the impact service program.

Pesticides maybe used in a responsible and professional manner and I reduce the impact pest-control
service. If you do not want a specific pesticides used or any pesticides used at all, you must notice in
writing on the contract prior to the initiation of the service. If any specific pesticide or class of pesticides or
not excluded, it may be used by the provider.

REQUIRED BY THE TDA STRUCTURAL PEST CONTROL SERVICE

POISON CONTROL CENTER – Statewide: (800) 222–1222

Licensed and regulated by: Texas Department of Agriculture, P.O Box 12847, Austin, TX 78711-2847,
Phone (866) 918-4481, (FAX) 888-232-2567