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Pest Control vs. Extermination: What’s the Difference?
When it comes to successfully removing insects and animals from your property, do you know whether pest control vs. extermination is best? Far too often, people choose a company based on price without understanding whether or not their method is the most effective at permanently eliminating their pest problem. To help you make a better-informed decision when you’re faced with an infestation, we’ll explain the key differences between the two and which one has better results.
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Extermination targets and kills pests through chemical treatment methods. This can involve the use of insecticides or chemical sprays that poison the pest, along with their eggs and nest. In order for this method to work, the treatment needs to come into direct contact with the insects. While this may provide reasonable results for certain species that are visible in plain sight, it doesn’t target pests that typically hide out in cracks and crevices, such as bed bugs and cockroaches. Extermination also has another downfall. It rarely prevents pests from returning since it relies solely on removal and not control. So if your home or business still has points of entry that are allowing the pests to gain access, the problem will likely persist until they are sealed up.
We have a dedicated team of licensed professionals ready to take on any commercial pest problem.
We believe in taking a proactive approach to pest control by getting to the root cause of the problem and treating it from there, utilizing the latest technology and industry-leading pest control procedures.
We guarantee our services and know that by working directly with you, we will solve any pest problems you may have and keep them from coming back. We are your strategic pest control partner.
We promise you; you will not be disappointed.
Pest control is a form of extermination, but it includes prevention and monitoring. It begins with locating the pests, including their nest and eggs, and identifying the source of entry. Then recommendations are provided to stop them from coming back once the treatment has been applied. This could involve filling holes in the foundation or adding netting on top of vents that lead to the outdoors. In addition to being a more effective and permanent treatment, pest control is also better for your family and the environment. It can combine a variety of different methods, such as traps, nets, chemicals, bioinsecticides, heat treatments and other effective techniques that will produce a successful, permanent solution. They’ll arrange a follow-up inspection and monitoring program if needed to ensure any stubborn pests don’t return.
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The best method for eradicating a pest problem depends on the type of pest and how severe the infestation is. In most cases, you’ll need a pest control expert to eliminate an infestation from your property. They’ll provide an effective, permanent, and guaranteed long-term solution that you can count on.
Our Pest Control Specialists at Integral Pest use Integrated Pest Management (IPM) techniques that are designed to kill and deter pests permanently. This includes using a special bioinsecticide that is environmentally friendly and safer for both you and your family. If you’re located in the lower Midlands area and need to get rid of unwanted pests, we’re the team to call. We’ll get the job done right the first time, guaranteed.
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