They arrive on time. They work quickly and they clean up the mess. I don't even have to be home.
IPM is the careful consideration of all available pest control techniques and the subsequent integration of measures that discourage the development of pest populations and keep chemical products usage to the lowest possible levels. In short, it's the use of common sense in treating pests. The goal is to provide comprehensive pest management with the lowest risk of hazard to people, pets, property and the environment.
Our goal is to remove the pests from your home or business and ensure that the structure is not a suitable environment for pests. As an innovator in the organic pest and lawn industry, we constantly evaluate the quality of our products and services. Our goal is to promote effective “green” alternatives.
One of our trained specialists will conduct a thorough inspection of your home or business to determine the problem pests and devise the best, lowest-impact solutions to eradicate them. Next, we create a customize pest control program that is best for you, using our understanding of the pest’s habits. We identify and remove the pest’s sources of food, water, means of entry, and nests.
From that point, we will focus our attention on the outside of the building, where pests live and breed, to stop the pests before they invade your living environment.
Most insects respond well to this form of treatment. These include:
- Fire ants
- Bed bugs
Using our low-impact techniques, we can remove rodents as well as other wildlife including raccoons and birds, and prevent them from returning to pose additional problems in the future.
Absolutely! Our heat remediation techniques have been shown to be the most effective as well as the greenest way to permanently remove bed bugs from your home in a single day and with no damage to furnishings.
We use information on the life cycles of rodents and wildlife and their interaction with the environment. With this information, we can remove existing rodents from your property using methods that present the least possible hazard to people, property, and the environment. Then, by removing the animals’ sources of food and water, trapping them and blocking their means of entry into your home, we ensure that wildlife cannot return and reproduce.