Advanced Termite Control understands the demands of commercial customers. We perform our services without disruption of your daily operation. All of our natural products are safe for your employees, including women who are pregnant, those who suffer from asthma or allergies and hyper-sensitive personnel.
We take the time to understand your concerns and develop an integrated pest control management plan that fits your budget and goals.
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100% satisfaction guaranteed! Advanced is a paperless company. All of the details regarding your service are emailed directly to you for your records. This detailed report shows personalized notes from your technician noting which pests were treated and the names and amounts of materials used within your home. You can access your reports at anytime.
Advanced Termite Control offers all-natural products to keep your family and home safe from harsh pesticides.
We offer a quarterly maintenance program that protects your home from all pests to include
Customized scheduling for your convenience is standard. We take the time to inspect your entire home each service to maintain good control. We are a full service company so you don't have to worry about any pests.
We include free termite monitors for each single family home. Our company is pet friendly.
We offer agreements rather than contracts so that you are not locked into a plan. You may cancel at any time and for any reason. We are so confident in our service to you that we know you will be a valued customer for many years.
We also offer one-time services for those customers who just want to have a certain pest taken care of without having an on-going maintenance program.
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Integrated Pest Management (IPM)
IPM - What is it?
Integrated Pest Management is defined as "a managed pest control program in which methods are integrated and used to keep pests from causing economic, health related, or aesthetic injury through the utilization of site or pest inspections, pest population monitoring, evaluating the need for control, and the use of one or more pest control methods including sanitation, structural repair, non-chemical methods, and, when nontoxic options are unreasonable or have been exhausted, pesticides in order to minimize the use of pesticides and minimize the risk to human health and the environment associated with pesticide applications."
Pest control in both residential and commercial capacity is essential to protect both the health and safety of your family, children, the elderly or your staff, minimize pest damage to structures and personal property, and improve the quality of the educational environment. In order to have a successful IPM program, it is very important to understand what an IPM program is and what role you have in helping to ensure that the IPM program will be effective.
Practices such as sanitation, excluding pests through structural repairs, and education comprise the routine IPM service. A combination of these practices achieve an effective long term pest control program.
The Basic Components of IPM Are:
Monitoring is the regular surveillance of an area for pests using traps, visual inspections, and interviews with staff. Surveys are conducted to determine if a pest problem exists, the location and size of the infestation, and conditions that may contribute to pest problems.
Pest problems often can be prevented through proper sanitation, reduction of clutter and pest harborage, and performing small repairs that exclude pests from a structure.
Home owner and property owner cooperation in correcting conditions that contribute to pest problems is essential to the success of an IPM program.
Monitoring data on pest numbers and observations on housekeeping and structural deficiencies are recorded in a logbook maintained in each commercial facility. A section of each logbook is reserved for use by staff to alert the pest management technician of pest sightings between scheduled services.
PEST CONTROL WITHOUT PESTICIDES
IPM practices such as trapping, screening, caulking, steam cleaning and power washing are effective long term pest control methods. Non-pesticidal pest control practices can be effective and applied with a high degree of safety.
PEST CONTROL WITH PESTICIDES
Pesticide use may be necessary in an IPM program to effectively control pest infestations, but only can be used after non-chemical methods fail. Pesticide applications should only be done as a last resort and be applied in a manner that will maximize the effectiveness in controlling the target pest and minimize the exposure to humans and other non-target species.
Monitoring data and observations are periodically summarized and reviewed to evaluate program effectiveness. IPM practices and procedures are continually adopted and modified based on past experience and results, and knowledge, gained over time, of the problems associated with each facility.
Technical oversight provides an objective, on-going evaluation of program activities and effectiveness. Whether provided by in-house or contracted pest control personnel, oversight and review are critical to maintaining an effective IPM program.
Integrated Pest Management is different from a traditional pest control service. IPM programs can significantly reduce the use of pesticides through the use of technical expertise in identifying and encouraging the use of more permanent non-pesticidal control practices that are proactive in preventing pest problems.
Each IPM program is specifically designed to meet the individual needs of the area serviced. The success of a IPM program depends on the assistance and cooperation of the family or administration and staff in each facility. Improvements in sanitation, housekeeping, and facility structure can only be initiated by the occupants of each facility.
IPM does work and is a safe and effective way to control pests. IPM is a program, but unlike traditional pest control programs, IPM cannot be used intermittently to solve a single pest problem and then be discontinued. IPM must be a continuing program in order to manage the environment where pests live and address future pest management needs.
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