Conventional treatment for pest control has been around for a long time. In fact, evidence shows conventional pest control was discovered in 1939 by Paul Muller, a chemist from Switzerland. Muller’s pesticide contained Dichlorodiphenyltrichlorethane, better known as DDT, which was designed specifically to eradicate pests quickly and easily.
Researchers from Purdue University conducted a study to determine the effectiveness of pesticides. The study revealed that pest control utilizing pesticides required at least two separate treatments. The researchers suggested a follow-up visit to determine the real effectiveness of the treatment.
Our standard pest control process includes the following steps:
- A visual inspection of the infested home or business
- Two treatment visits separated by at least two weeks
- A follow-up visit to reinspect the home to determine treatment effectiveness
The second treatment and follow-up visit are separated by two weeks.
Our pesticide pest management is effective, affordable, and safe. We utilize pesticides approved by the US Environmental Protection Agency to protect the safety of our customers and their assets. To enhance the effectiveness of our pest control, we follow the manufacturer’s instructions to a tee. Our customers are important to us, which is why we take additional steps to protect them before, during, and after the treatment. We strive to deliver excellence every step of the way.