Pest inspections are when a licensed professional completes a visual inspection of all accessible and visible areas of a building or property to identify any presence of pests. With a pest inspection, you will be able to have a clear understanding of the condition of your current property or the property you are considering buying. Pest inspectors look in all the nooks and crannies of the house that you will not be able to see during a regular inspection. Our assessment report is a snapshot of the site’s condition during a joint-visit by a team of the customer and IPC employees. Physical assessment is the most important part of our pest management program as that is based on our findings during an inspection.
Once the Pest Professionals has taken the precautions it is important to keep a check over it; to monitor the appearance of pests. Identifying the Pest species by proper pest monitoring program involves trapping, sighting, and recording observations. The fourth step in a pest management plan is to monitor the pests to assess their type and population. Monitoring is done visually and through glue board-based traps, pheromone traps and electric flycatchers. The use of monitoring traps is highly recommended for certain insects, rodents and diseases. Practically speaking, these devices are a must. They extend the eyes of the pest manager to places they cannot see and provide ongoing coverage.
Communication media is important in raising awareness and creating a demand for Integrated Pest Management program. We review the pest management plan regularly so that the assistance our customers need is identified and our team knows the customer’s priorities. We consider reviews as a reality check of the status of a program and work on our areas of improvement identified during the discussion.
Pest exclusion is a preventative tactic that involves sealing up areas of your building where pests are likely to enter – essentially, denying pests access to the facility in the first place. Unfortunately, because insects and rodents are small and sneaky, many commercial buildings are rife with cracks, holes and other entry points that make ideal doorways for pests. The first thing a quality provider of commercial pest control services will do is thoroughly inspect the building for vulnerable areas.
Our company will work with you to assess the level and type of infestation and then set out a plan to eradicate the pests from your home. IPC relies on pesticide application as part of an overall plan that includes assessment, planning, prevention and monitoring. Our chosen pesticides have a minimal environmental impact and help us to achieve sustainable pest management. Pesticide application is done only on the occurrence of pests and at locations where pests are found.
After visiting and evaluating all the nooks of the building, it is extremely important to make a report of it comprising of the entry points and everything pest professionals have observed during treatment. In addition, share a Monthly Pest Management Report with each customer summarizing the compliance to the plan, results achieved, pest trends and the plan for the succeeding period. At any time, customers have access to all reports of their pest management programmed and its status.