The licensed pest-control professionals at Bug Tech collapse the tent on creepy-crawly carnivals with safe and effective treatments. A technician first assesses a home for potential infestations, then develops a customized plan to banish intrusive bugs to the darkened corners of summer-camp bullies' sleeping bags. During general control sessions, an interior spraying of baseboards targets problematic pests such as ants, silverfish, and pill bugs before inspectors send stern eviction notices to earwigs and decree a ban on web-spinning for all nonpoisonous spiders. The treatment also targets hiding oriental roaches, coaxing them out with fake gift certificates for overnight vacation motels. An outside spraying of the perimeter adds another line of defense against unwanted houseguests.