A bedbug (Cimex lectularius Linnaeus) is an ectoparasite that has become an increasingly large problem all over the world, and locally, Chicago is among the most bedbug-infested cities in America.
Removing rats or mice from your home or business is a two-step process. First, you need to get rid of the rodents that are living there. Second, you may need to take action to prevent new rats or mice from entering.
As we enter spring and approach summer, mosquito activity is on the rise. In addition to being a nuisance and interrupting outdoor activities, mosquitos can pose a threat to human health and well-being.
Although many of us enjoy bird watching, birds can become a nuisance in and around your property. Birds often nest in and around decks, dryer vents, kitchen vents, and openings in the soffit.
Ants are among the most common household pests. Ants also invade offices, warehouses, restaurants, and other structures where they can find food and water.
Protect Your Investment:
We understand the importance of maintaining a pest-free business. The sight of a pest by a customer can damage your reputation and negatively affect your bottom line. Additionally, pests can pose health risks to customers and employees alike. Whether you manage a restaurant, warehouse, retail store, or day care, you can’t afford to have pests affecting your business. Our business is to keep your business free of pests.
Commercial Pest Control Program:
Simply applying pesticides to combat recurring pest issues is often ineffective because it doesn’t focus on the root cause of the problem. The IPM approach utilizes sanitation, inspection, and monitoring prior to the application of pesticides. This method provides for targeted treatments in the areas they are needed the most, making your workplace safer while minimizing negative effects on the environment.
1-. Establishment of a rodent and insect monitoring program through the use of multiple monitoring stations that will be placed in common areas of pest activity. Early detection is key to stopping pest infestations before they become widespread.
2-Regular application of active bio-enzyme cleaners to improve sanitation and limit the amount of pesticides applied in your business. These products break down grease, food debris, and other decaying material to remove food sources, which can attract and sustain potential pests.
3-Working collaboratively with management and employees to address the operational procedures of the business that may be contributing to pest activity. Eliminating pest attractants and harborage can be as effective as the application of pesticides.
4-When monitoring reveals pest activity that can’t be remedied through sanitation alone, targeted applications of pesticides will be made in the minimum amount required for effective treatment. The program will focus on baits, traps, and eco-friendly insecticides.
5-Providing a pest control logbook to maintain compliance with state and local health codes. The logbook will contain Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) and/or Safety Data Sheets (SDS) for all products used in the property, and thorough documentation of past inspections and treatments.
6-Performing comprehensive follow-up inspections and treatments on a monthly basis.
Every business is unique and faces different challenges when it comes to pest control. Restaurants and bars are often faced with fruit flies, whereas retail stores may frequently encounter stored product pests. We understand the varying obstacles that different businesses face and use this knowledge to tailor our program to your particular needs. Familiarity with your particular location is also important to a successful pest management program. In addition to being professional and knowledgeable, the technicians that we send to your business will be familiar with the details and history of your location, providing truly personalized service.
By working together, we can give your business the best chance to remain pest free.