Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is a decision-making process that anticipates and prevents pest activity and infestation by combining several strategies to achieve long-term solutions. Components of an IPM program may include education, proper waste management, structural repair, maintenance, biological and mechanical techniques and pesticide application.
Professional Pest Control offers an ecological approach to best management that effectively deals with pest in a way that minimizes adverse effects on people and the environment.
IPM emphasis an understanding of pest biology and behavior and employs a number of different strategies designed to reduce the things pests need to survive and reproduce, including food, water, living space as well as a way into the building.
Our highly trained service technicians use advance application techniques and treatment products that control pests in your facility.
Whether sealing cracks, removing food or water source or, when necessary, undertaking pesticide treatments, Integrated Pest Management is about finding the best possible pest control treatment to solve all kinds of pest problems.
Your property will be closely inspected by our certified technicians to confirm pest activity and disclose problem areas.
Identify Pests and Conducive Conditions
Identifying the pests to eliminate is an important step that will lead to better results.
We will carefully check your property in order to reveal pest entry areas or food sources.
Communication between our clients and technicians is important to effectively eliminate pests. Professional Pest Control gives you advice on measures that can be taken in order to decrease pest problems.
Sanitation, Exclusion and, if necessary, Pesticide Application
In this phase, we use pest control products such as bait stations and dusts.
After all pest management measures have been taken, the success of the control program is evaluated.
In order to follow the future development of pest populations, monitoring measures will be employed to visualize progress and target hot spots.
The IPM program is a continuous cycle. After phase seven is completed, the program moves again to an inspection of your property.