Do you have a pest problem that you need to control, but do not wish to resort to traditional chemical treatments out of concern for children, pets, or employees? Eco-friendly pest control treatments offers a safe alternative to harsh chemical treatments. These FDA approved natural pesticides have been proven to be just as effective as traditional treatments, but without the chemical side effects.
Eco-Friendly Pest Control
Eco-friendly ways of pest control safely rids your home or business of a wide range of unwanted pests, without the use of harsh chemicals. Professional exterminators use high grade organic or botanical treatments derived from all natural ingredients such as plant extracts, natural oils, and minerals.
To further the environmental benefits even more, many eco-friendly pest professionals also implement eco-friendly business practices such as using recycled office supplies, rechargeable equipment, and GPS systems to help cut down on the amount of travel, thus reducing the amount of harmful gas and emissions omitted into the ozone.
So when you use eco-friendly pest control services, you are not only doing your part to help your family, but other families as well.
Eco-Friendly Insect Control
Natural based insecticides work by targeting the key neurotransmitters in invertebrate, knocking them dead in their tracks. Eco-friendly insect control allows you to safely eliminate common pests such as termites, stink bugs, bed bugs, ants and more, inside and outside of your home or business.
Termites are small, egg-shaped, wingless insects that thrive on wood, leaf particles, soil, and animal feces. They thrive in the millions, and if left untreated, can eventually invade your home or business through underground mud tunnels. Once a termite colony invades a building, they can cause extensive structural damage, sometimes even leading to a collapse.
Termite inspections will not only help professional exterminators locate a termite colony at the onset, but it will also help them implement an eco-friendly pest control plan designed specifically for your needs.
Stink bugs are recognized by their brown color and triangular shaped shield on their backs. Their name is derived from the foul smell they omit when they are squashed or threatened. These insects become a nuisance in the fall and early spring, when they can make their way into your home or business via crevices, cracks, and openings around windows and doors.
A professional exterminator will work closely with you to develop an eco-friendly plan to rid theses pests from inside and outside your home or business.
These small, wingless, oblong shaped parasites are reddish brown with flat bodies. They feed exclusively on blood and often find their way into your home, hotel, hospital or other commercial facility via backpacks, used clothes, used furniture, luggage, and high traffic areas.
Once a professional exterminator has confirmed the sighting of bed bugs, they will go to work on an environment-friendly treatment plan to safely rid these annoying pests from your property.
These small, thin waist, curved-antennae scavengers range in variety such as little black ants, field ants, odorous ants, Argentine ants, pavement ants and more. They thrive above ground or under ground in colonies of up to one million or more. These pests usually enter your home or business via cracks, crevices, and other small openings in search of moisture and convenient access to food.
If your home or business has been invaded by ants, a pest professional will identify the ant type, where the colony is located, then go to work on an environmentally safe pest control plan to rid them from your property.
Eco-Friendly Rodent Control
The natural control of rodents such as mice, rats, racoons, ground hogs, birds, bats, skunks, squirrels and other pests, can often be done without the use of harsh chemicals. Eco-friendly exterminators often use methods such as exclusion and trapping to safely remove and rid these animals from your property.
Once your problem has been identified and treated, pest professionals will strive to main control over your pest problem by continuously monitoring your pest population levels with a main focus on the outside of your home or business, where most pests thrive and breed.
Before implementing any treatment plan or termite inspections, pest professionals will consult with you on special conditions inside the home or business such as children, pets, etc., then develop your plan with them in mind.
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Originally posted 2015-11-02 10:59:49. Republished by Blog Post Promoter