Pests share the same habitat as humans. It is a nuisance neighbor. It affects household hygiene, it also affects the functionality of equipment and safety if it is not contained. Total elimination is almost impossible, but containing their activities requires the understanding of each pest’s habitual lifecycle which is science, and using technology to exterminate, changing its re-generative behavior or physical growth.
Pests that are common to general homes and commercial premises are common ants, cockroaches, rats, mosquitoes, and wood borers with assorted species. Our technicians are trained to identify its species and will provide recommendations and a solution. Not all treatment requires chemical, preventive, and physical solutions that are favorable. Professional solutions are not necessarily more toxic than Over-the-Counter DIY pesticides, in fact, our solutions are professionally targeted and specific to needs including food safety.
Whether it’s ants in the kitchen or weeds in the vegetable garden, pests can be annoying and bothersome. At the same time, many of us are concerned that the pesticides we use to control pests can cause problems too.
How can pests be controlled safely? When and how should pesticides be used?
The questions have no single right answer, but Sky Pest gives the information you need to make informed decisions. You should be able to control pests without risking your family’s health and without harming the environment.
We will help you understand:-
- What steps to take to control pests in and around your home.
- What alternatives to chemical pesticides are available, including pest prevention and non-chemical pest controls.
- How to choose pesticides and how to use, store, and dispose of them safely.
- How to reduce your exposure when others use pesticides.
- How to choose a pest control company.
- What to do if someone is poisoned by a pesticide.
Do you know that these common household products are pesticides?
- Cockroach sprays and baits.
- Insect sprays and wasp repellents for indoor use.
- Insect repellents for personal use.
- Termite control products.
- Rat and other rodent poisons.
- Flea and tick sprays, powders, and pet collars.
- Kitchen, laundry, and bath disinfectants and sanitizers, including bleach.
- Products to kill mold and mildew.
- Lawn and garden products such as weed killers.
- Swimming pool chemicals, including those that kill algae.
PLANTS, insects, mold, mildew, rodents, bacteria, and other organisms are a natural part of the environment. They can benefit people in many ways. But they can also be pests. Apartments and houses are often hosts to common pests such as cockroaches, fleas, termites, ants, mice, rats, mold, or mildew. Weeds, hornworms, aphids, and grubs can be a nuisance outdoors when they get into your lawn, flowers, yard, vegetable garden, or fruit and shade trees.
Pests can also be a health hazard to you, your family, and your pets. It’s easy to understand why you may need and want to control them. Nowadays, you can choose from many different methods as you plan your strategy for controlling pests. Sometimes a non-chemical method of control is as effective and convenient as a chemical alternative. For many pests, total elimination is almost impossible, but it is possible to control them. Knowing your options is the key to pest control. Methods available to you include pest prevention, non-chemical pest controls, and chemical pesticides.
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Preventive measures are always cheaper than corrective measures, not forgetting the physical damages caused. Urban areas are being exposed increasingly to pests and through them to pest-related diseases and concern the PUBLIC HEALTH PEST CONTROL, such as:
- Emerging diseases - Dengue and chikungunya fevers are both serious diseases spread by mosquitoes
- Allergies and asthma
- Food safety and public health