Although there is no specific rules and regulations for natural extermination and green pest control, we have to assume that the model below is what achieves responsible environmental results in insect elimination.
It’s not about the pesticides but the overall approach to pest management. Our goal is to lower the impact that pesticides have on our environment and life. This includes efficient use of vehicles to reduce gas usage, recycling of all containers and other waste products, and the exclusion and good up keep of the buildings we server to prevent pest.
Our company will use the following methods on all inspections. You can rest assured that we cover all the basis when it comes to your investment. If there is something that you feel you missed we will gladly oblige your wishes for your pest service.
Inspection includes asking questions of the customer and examining the building thoroughly to learn as much as possible about the pest problem. Extra attention is given to the five pest-activity zones: entry points, water sources, food sources, harborage points, and customer and employee areas. We will provide the ultimate green pest control solution
Diagnosis includes identification of the insectsand identification of any contributing factors (such as poor house keeping or moisture). It is important to identify the operation’s traffic patterns, including the number of people who enter and exit the building everyday.
Prescription includes what, how,when and where to use the desired control to correct the problem. Different types of pests require different types of treatments depending on their growth patterns and characteristics.
Application of the materials is when the Our Technician has completed all the above steps. Non-chemical control options are always used before chemical control options are considered.
After all our work is done we will conduct evaluations every three months to ensure that all the above steps will work. This step is absolutely essential to the success of IPM. This includes accurate reporting of pest sightings and proper documentation for clients and regulatory agencies.