Why do you need to control pests?
Unwanted pests in your home or business pose a serious health risk and can also damage the structure of your building.
What is pest control?
Pest control differs from extermination because it looks at the cause of your pest problem and helps you to prevent the pests in the first place. If an infestation has already occurred, they will exterminate the pests and assist you in preventing the reoccurrence.
- Ants and termites
- Rats and mice
- Bed bugs
- Fleas, and
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Pest Control Process
When considering Pest Control services, it is very important to understand what the process actually involves and what is involved in the inspection process. It is best for you to understand how each of the steps in the inspection process works so you can know exactly what to expect from your Pest Control service.
One of the first steps is detection and this begins with an inspection. A thorough inspection includes looking for visible signs of infestation such as – holes in the foundation, cracks in the walls, or signs of water damage in the vicinity of the suspected infestation site.
Detection and further inspection
If you detect any signs of an infestation, you will need to conduct further inspections to detect the cause of the infestation. This will help you determine the most appropriate and effective methods of controlling the pest problem.
If the infestation appears to be a small one, a pest controller can effectively conduct a one-time treatment of the suspected pests. If, however, the infestation is a more severe infestation or is spreading rapidly, you need to hire the services of a pest control specialist.
Pest control services are also available to prevent future outbreaks of infestations by working to prevent future infestations of pests. Some methods used in prevention include – the use of barriers, for example, where there is a high density of suspected pests; use of insecticides where the suspected infestations appear; and exclusion strategies, including barriers and fumigation of individual rooms.
There are also prevention strategies that are employed on a recurring basis.
- These strategies include – baits and barriers, for use where there is a known high density of insects, or where the suspected infestations occur regularly.
- Other prevention strategies include – fumigation of specific rooms, or fumigation of the entire building if the possible source of the infestation is known, or the suspected source is discovered. Read more about our Fumigation Services.
Get Pest Control services will offer advice and recommendations regarding how to deal with the infestation in an effective manner. They will conduct a thorough inspection of the property, including looking for signs of pests and will conduct tests to identify whether the infestation is already under control. They will use equipment, such as video cameras, for a greater level of observation to document the infestation.
Long-term pest control services
Long-term pest control services involve controlling rodents and other pests using fumigants and other chemicals. Various chemicals are used in the treatment of pests such as ants, cockroaches, ants, and rodents. To make sure that you have the safest, most humane, and effective options for pest control, contact Get Pest Control today.
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