pest control

Why do we need to PREVENT and CONTROL PESTS and RODENTS?

How do you manage termites?

There are two stages of termite treatment:

Post-Construction Anti-Termite Treatment.

This treatment is required in the already constructed houses and buildings. In this treatment, a Chemical Barrier is created inside and outside the premises in addition to the already infested woodwork by drilling and injecting an odorless and stain-proof chemical, thus eliminating the existing infestation as well as providing protection from further infestation from termite. All the drilling shall be sealed with colors, matching the interior of the premises making the treatment almost untraceable. This treatment is a one-time job which stands warranty of 2 years. It is odorless, stain-proof and long-lasting.

Pre-Construction Anti-Termite Treatment.

This treatment is required from the very beginning of the construction of the site. This is a universal truth that the Termites start from the soil underneath the building. Therefore, we provide soil treatment from the first excavation so that the infestation of termites shall be stopped. The basic purpose is to create a chemical barrier in the soil and the building, interrupting the runways of termites that root to the termite nest colony in the soil, which is the most effective way to control termites. There are different stages of soil treatment, along with the woodwork treatment. The successful installation of a chemical barrier into the soil requires a lot of knowledge and precision to form a complete and continuous barrier, in which we have our specialization. Suppose you detect a termite shelter tube or any other form of termite infestation. In that case, it is better to go for a solution by a professional pest control company than to handle it on your own.

How do we control rodents?

Rodents, which are not only very dangerous to your health, are also extremely smart and sensitive. Thus, various professional techniques are applied for their total and effective control, which include a combination of baiting, trapping & other methods of prevention such as rat jam, rolling log mousetraps, glue traps, live traps, etc. It is based on rodent species, the extent of an infestation and its spread.

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How do we control cockroaches, black and red ants, and silverfish?

There is a saying- “There is never just one small cockroach or one silverfish in the kitchen.” In our treatment, we provide the application of low-dose, newly developed gel to get maximum efficiency. It has a Cascading effect which causes the eradication of cockroaches exponentially. Gel Treatment is Odourless, Safe & Hassle-Free. The biggest advantage is that there is no need to empty the whole kitchen and create a mess, which is highly successful in commercial kitchens & office pantries.

How do we control wood termites?

Wood termites are one of the most menacing pests to deal with. Total termite control management includes careful identification of the infestation, followed by injecting concentrated WHO-approved chemicals in their pure form to eliminate the infestation.

How do we control mosquitoes and flies?

Mosquitoes that can create havoc, and if neglected, are known for their disease-carrying abilities, including malaria, yellow fever, dengue, filariasis and encephalitis. Vector Control is done via Fogging, i.e., releasing insecticides in the surrounding air to control their adult form. In addition, since they breed in water, special Larvicides are used to prevent mosquito breeding.

Two of the most common pest found in houses and complexes are more dangerous than you might think. To control them, we use new-generation odorless chemicals applied to the walls, under the furniture, shelves and other hiding places, forming a thin layer of chemical, on which, when mosquito sits upon, dies immediately. In addition, we use artificial Pheromones mixed with chemicals for flies to attract them, which die when contacted upon.

How to get rid of bed bugs?

The suspected areas, potential hide-outs for bed bugs, are identified with advanced thermal heating and treated systematically with odorless chemicals mixed with fumigants to ensure total eradication within the area.

How to get rid of lizards?

The best way to get rid of lizards is simply to make your home and its surroundings inhospitable to them. We have expertise in providing lizard control treatment in homes and offices. Here we use synthetic pheromones, which are small cubes, which act as excellent repellents and preventers.

Pest-control inspection

If you have a problem at your place related to pests, then the first step to be taken by you is on-site pest control inspection by a qualified and experienced expert in this field. If the termite inspection does not carry out, it may result in the form of waste of money by paying for the remedies for pest control. Acting in this way, you will get the correct price quote. If the pest control inspection has been carried, the extermination team will come with correct treatments, tools, and equipment to deal with the situation. A trained inspector will guide you the future pest problems. Pest inspection should not be a costly service. Some companies do inspections at affordable costs.

A state-licensed inspector writes a pest control inspection report after seeing the house from inside and outside. For an average house, it may take an hour to finish the visual inspection. The things, which are checked in this visual inspection, are:

  • Conducive conditions for pests.
  • Evidence of the presence of pests.
  • Presence of wood-destroying pests.

While buying or selling a house, this inspection may be a requirement. For example, a mortgage lender may require getting this report so that their investment is secure. The Structural Pest Control Board of the State gives license to the inspectors. You can find the inspector in your area or by asking the estate agent. You can choose the inspector of your choice and check it for history, any complaint and license.

There may be a state law about the contents of the pest control inspection report. The report should have information about wood-destroying insects (termites, wood-boring beetles) or fungus. In addition, the report should have information on any visible structural damage. A diagram should be made for every part of the house checked for infestation. The report must include the areas that could not be inspected for any reason and the areas that have been inspected. Additionally, it must mention that further inspection is required or not.

The benefit of inspection is that infestation is uncovered at an early stage. In addition, the inspection cost is nothing compared to the huge damage that pests can cause to the building.

The validity of the pest control inspection report is generally about 30-days. In the inspection report, the inspector gives its recommendations.

A pest control inspection report should certify that:

  • Active infestation or wood-destroying pests are not visible inaccessible areas.
  • Active infestation has been corrected in visible and accessible areas.
  • The property is free of pest infestation in a visible and accessible area.

Every completion report should be compared with the inspection report to see that any condition that has been leftover or standard has not been met may be traced. Two different companies can perform inspection and pest control work.

Does mosquito fogging work?

Mosquitoes are more than just annoying; they can spread disease and turn outdoor spaces into unpleasant places to be. Because the insects can multiply quickly, they can become unbearable in a very short time. Mosquito fogging service in your area can help control these annoying and harmful pests.

What is used to control mosquitoes?

Fogging is the only effective treatment for mosquitoes. Commercial sprayers use an ultra-low-volume (ULV) spray, usually mounted on a truck or in a tank dispensed in a fine aerosol mist. The tiny droplets can remain airborne for a long time and kill mosquitoes as they come in contact with the droplets. In addition, the small amount dispersed, no more than three to five ounces per acre, is safe for humans, pets and the surrounding area.

Why should mosquito fogging be done?

Mosquitos can carry dangerous diseases such as flu, West Nile Virus, malaria and many more. When mosquito populations burst out of control, they can become voracious feeders because they compete with the other mosquitoes for food. Humans provide a large easy target and can be swarmed in such situations. In addition to the risk of disease, the unpleasantness of even one bite, let alone dozens or even hundreds, can cause unbearable discomfort.

When is the best time to provide mosquito fogging service?

Mosquitos become active at dusk. This is their primary feeding time, and they take flight in search of food. So naturally, the twilight time is best for fogging to put the pesticide in contact with the largest number of insects. To spray during the day, given the chemical’s airborne quality, would be ineffective.