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Pests Solutions

Pest management can be complex. Pest management means the reduction of pest populations to a tolerable number by changing practices, making habitat modifications, and carefully using pesticides to eliminate pests only when indicated.

Island Pest’s approach to pest management services involves several steps:

Step 1 – Inspection

Our licensed inspector will conduct a thorough inspection in your home. The inspector will examine your home inside and out, anywhere pest may be establishing around your home. This will allow us to:

  • Correctly identify the pest
  • Assess the extent of the pest infestation
  • Evaluate the structural and/or environmental conditions encouraging pest problem

Step 2 – Identification

It is important to know what pest you are attempting to control because control options vary depending on pets. Signs of infestation such as droppings, live pests, damaged done to the property and etc. can help to identify the pest that is invading your property. Rather than looking for just one pest that you may have noticed, our surveyor make sure a problem that could occur tomorrow is identified and prepared for today.

Step 3 – Recommendation

Once the problem has been identified, we will custom-made an effective pest control solution that is suitable for your premises.

Step 4 – Treatment

During the scheduled treatment, we will treat both the interior and exterior of your premise with the goal of controlling the nuisance pests in your home and giving you a peace of mind all year-long. Treatment will focus on area where pests may find safety from treatments and are to be performed at monthly or bi-monthly visits throughout the year.

Step 5 – Follow-up

Some pest management programs do not include more than the minimum follow-up. However, at Island Pest, we make all the difference by follow-up practises such as detailed written service report and supervisor oversight.

At each service, Technicians will make sure that:

  • Previous pest problems are under control
  • Common problem area checked to prevent new infestations from occurring before they get started.