Organic Pest Control
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Integrated Pest Management
Eastern Pest Services practices IPM or Integrated Pest Management. IPM plans are designed to prevent pest infestations and eliminate any pest problems using the least amount of pesticide possible and utilizing the least hazardous products available. This type of pest control allows treatments that are green, organic, and environmentally friendly. What this means is that our licensed pest control techs use a variety of eco-friendly pest eradicating strategies. These include inspection, accurate identification, and habitat modification. They take into consideration biological, physical, mechanical, and cultural controls in order to create the ideal custom plan for your home or business.
What Does Organic Pest Control Mean?
EPA-registered pesticides can be a reasonable and useful part of pest management. However, this should rarely be considered as a first or only defense. Eastern Pest Services’ goal is to place as little reliance on pesticides as possible. We also do everything we can to protect our environment from the addition of more toxic substances. By employing the other parts of IPM – sanitation, exclusion, habitat modification and monitoring – we are able to reduce the carrying capacity of any plan for a longer period of time.
We’ll partner with you to develop strategies that identify and eliminate your particular infestation-causing problems. We look at what pests you’re dealing with and why before developing an eradication strategy. This can include sealing up porous entry points, eliminating food and water sources, and practicing good sanitation. Working together, we can help exclude and eliminate common pests like ants, cockroaches, mice, rats, and many others.
If you’re interested in learning more about our IPM Service, don’t hesitate to call Eastern Pest Services for a free quote today!
Why Choose Eastern Pest Services?
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