What Are Integrated Pest Controls
The integrated pest controls are effective, efficient, and environmentally conscious for the pest control work.
Has comprehensive knowledge about the habits and life cycles of pests of rats, cockroaches, bedbugs, etc. and its effect on the environment.
The information we collect, in combination with current pest control methods, is used to assess the specific needs in each situation in order to take action with the least possible damage to buildings, people, and pets.
This approach can be applied to all settings, homes, businesses, workplaces, or agriculture.
And it is based on prevention, monitoring, and control that offers the opportunity to eliminate or drastically reduce the use of pesticides and minimize toxicity and exposure to any used product.
Establish controls and action thresholds
We are aware of the potential for pest infestation that businesses can have and the problems that lead to these pests.
Before taking measures, we must first establish an action threshold, this is a point where pest infestation or environmental conditions indicate that pest control measures should be taken.
Seeing a single insect, rat, or cockroach does not always mean that these controls are necessary. Knowing the extent to which pests will become an economic threat is a critical guide to making pest control decisions.
Identification and control of pests
The pest monitoring and identification ensures that they can make appropriate decisions with action thresholds established.
The first line for pest control is to work to prevent pests from becoming a threat. Preventive control methods can be very effective, cost-effective, and pose no risk to people or the environment.
But, when preventive methods are no longer effective then corrective action is required for reasons of public, economic or aesthetic health, the least toxic products will be chosen to minimize exposure to humans and pets, as well as other organisms that are not the objective