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Integrated Pest Management

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Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is a holistic approach to pest control that emphasizes the use of environmentally responsible techniques and products to manage pests in a manner that minimizes harm to people, property, and the environment. The goal of IPM is to prevent pests from becoming a problem in the first place, and when necessary, to manage them in a way that reduces the use of toxic chemicals and minimizes their impact on the environment.

 

IPM includes several key components:

 

1. Inspection: A thorough inspection of the property to identify the pests and their sources of food, water, and shelter.

 

2. Monitoring: The use of traps, sticky cards, and other tools to monitor pest populations and assess the effectiveness of control measures.

 

3. Prevention: Implementing preventive measures to reduce the risk of pest infestations, such as sealing cracks and crevices, removing food sources, and properly storing food.

 

4. Physical Controls: Using physical barriers, such as screens, door sweeps, and exclusion techniques, to keep pests out of buildings.

 

5. Biological Controls: The use of beneficial organisms, such as predators, parasites, and pathogens, to control pests.

 

6.Chemical Controls: The use of chemicals, such as insecticides and fungicides, as a last resort, when other control measures have been ineffective. The use of chemicals should be limited to the smallest amount necessary to achieve control, and should be selected based on their safety to people, animals, and the environment.

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Integrated Pest Management

Bed Bugs

Termite Control

Fly Service

Rodent Proofing

Roach Cleanout

Integrated Pest Management

Your investment is in great hands

Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is a holistic approach to pest control that emphasizes the use of environmentally responsible techniques and products to manage pests in a manner that minimizes harm to people, property, and the environment. The goal of IPM is to prevent pests from becoming a problem in the first place, and when necessary, to manage them in a way that reduces the use of toxic chemicals and minimizes their impact on the environment.

 

IPM includes several key components:

 

1. Inspection: A thorough inspection of the property to identify the pests and their sources of food, water, and shelter.

 

2. Monitoring: The use of traps, sticky cards, and other tools to monitor pest populations and assess the effectiveness of control measures.

 

3. Prevention: Implementing preventive measures to reduce the risk of pest infestations, such as sealing cracks and crevices, removing food sources, and properly storing food.

 

4. Physical Controls: Using physical barriers, such as screens, door sweeps, and exclusion techniques, to keep pests out of buildings.

 

5. Biological Controls: The use of beneficial organisms, such as predators, parasites, and pathogens, to control pests.

 

6.Chemical Controls: The use of chemicals, such as insecticides and fungicides, as a last resort, when other control measures have been ineffective. The use of chemicals should be limited to the smallest amount necessary to achieve control, and should be selected based on their safety to people, animals, and the environment.

24hs Emergency contact

8220 17th Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11214

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