The most important part of any pest control service is to correctly identify the type of pest you are dealing with and get an idea of the size (scope) of the issue. Since most pests are constantly on the move from one area to another, try to save a sample or take a picture if you can get close enough. If you see evidence of the pest like droppings, chew marks, insect wings, try to leave them undisturbed until an inspector has had a chance to do an initial assessment. If you must pick them up, use a glove or paper towel to protect your hand and save them for the inspector in a zip lock bag.
Pest Control Services
Less Pesticides. Smarter Pest Control.
Once your pest has been identified, we conduct an interior and exterior inspection to assess the level of activity and potential areas of damage. During the inspection we want to know about your tolerance level as it relates to having the pest in and around your home. If you have called a professional for help you have reached your “action threshold.” We also want to know if you have preferences for the different types of control methods we may employ. It will help us create a pest control service strategy that meets your needs.
Residential and Commercial Pest Control
Pest Management – To Keep Them Away For Good
Greenhow Pest Management (GPM) is a comprehensive approach to pest control, which emphasizes structural, environmental, biological, and mechanical methods to prevent pest populations from developing. This requires constant monitoring, and thorough inspections inside and outside of the structure to identify and remedy pest-conducive conditions prior to an infestation occurring. Greenhow Pest Management is the logical extension of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) which is also a comprehensive approach to pest control, which relies on inside and outside inspections to identify and prevent possible pest infestations.
The difference with Greenhow Pest Management is when a pest control material is needed, the preferred material is from the Environmental Protection Agency’s Reduced Risk Pesticide Initiative. Click here for further information regarding EPA Reduced Risk Pestcides’(https://www.epa.gov/pesticide-registration/conventional-reduced-risk-pesticide-program). The focus of GPM & IPM are on using a combination of non-chemical and chemical treatments to control pest populations and prevent re-infestation. We recommend a GPM service frequency that meets your needs for our residential customers to ensure constant monitoring and prevention techniques.
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