White Knight Pest Control has been killing critters since 2006. With six locations across three states, the company prides itself on serving every customer with strong communication, service, and response.
White Knight can be turned to for pest-proofing, removal, extinction, and inspection. Whether you’re facing ants, termites, bed bugs, fleas, or bees, they’re confident that they’ll have the perfect treatment for your needs. They even handle rodents!
Their methodology involves not only eliminating your visible visitors but also treating potential breeding grounds. Depending on the pest you’re dealing with, they’re ready to come for an inspection and provide you tips to be fully prepared for your treatment.
Their regular service plans provide treatments at designated intervals, designed to disrupt the reproduction cycles of your home’s most stubborn bugs. All of their annual service plans come with a service guarantee: if pests get out of hand, they’ll come to the rescue, free of charge.
It’s not just your home that will be protected — your pets and children will be, too! White Knight Pest Control makes a point of using EPA-approved products with low toxicity levels. To be extra safe, they recommend allowing thirty minutes for the treatments to fully dry.
The company offers free quotes to determine the cost of your specific project. If you opt-in to their multi-treatment plans, you can expect to see a discounted first month and then a hike in prices. Although they do not include prices on their website, customer reviews reported offers of anywhere from $1.00 to $29.99 for the first treatment. Typical prices for the following visits are around $79.99.
Although their services have garnered many positive reviews, recent years have seen an influx of frustrated customers. Many report aggressive salesmen who don’t take no for an answer and are deceptive in their pricing strategies. More than one reports finding themselves locked in a twelve-month contract that they didn’t knowingly agree to.
Customers who are looking for one-time pest control are advised in reviews to look elsewhere. Though their interval plan seems to have worked wonders for some, others who stop service early are left with more problems. The company website even states that after their first treatment, it is not uncommon to notice many more bugs than you had in the first place.
Still, White Knight has gained their fair share of loyal customers over their years of operation. The frequent visits that come with an interval plan have allowed many clients to get to really know the employees, developing strong bonds, and a fun rapport. Newer customers in recent months, though, have had a lackluster experience — especially those pursuing a one-and-done treatment option. White Knight is proud of their process, but it’s not a one-day thing. For many, the only pests they believe White Knight should be getting rid of are their salesmen.
Ed has been working in the pest control industry for years helping 1,000's of homeowners navigate the world of insect and rodent management. He manages Pest Strategies now helping homeowners around the world!
The Good And The Bad test
- 14 years of experience and expertise
- Inspections and regular treatment help you get the service you need
- Advertise that special attention is paid to safety and satisfaction
- Aggressive sales tactics lead to poor first impressions
- Hard-to-navigate contracts may land you with unexpected charges
- One-time treatments may draw out more pests and leave you stranded
Founded in 2006
Address: 1900 Farm To Market, Buda, TX 78610