JOHNS CREEK PEST CONTROL & EXTERMINATION SERVICES
The most popular household pests for our Johns Creek Pest Control area are Rodents, Roaches, Spiders, Scorpions, Ant Problems, Mosquito Infestations, Fleas & Ticks, Stinkbugs & Asian Beetles. If you have undesirable “pests” in your house, simply call us.
– WHY ANYONE SHOULD PICK OUR COMPANY AS THEIR JOHNS CREEK PEST CONTROL PROVIDER –
We are a family-owned business. Every person on your property is a partner in this company so we have a vested interest in the results. We take our time to do a thorough inspection to determine what is best for your exact situation. It is no longer the time of “one size fits all” pest control. We must identify the target pests and take measures to eliminate them. We will utilize habitat modifications combined with controls (biological, cultural & mechanical) with the proper amount of pesticides to resolve the problem. This approach is called Integrated Pest Management (IPM).
We apply our pesticides in a manner that minimizes risks to human health, non-target organisms, and the environment. The BOTTOM LINE: Our method successfully maintains a critter-free environment without having to rely “completely” on traditional pesticides. All of our services can be modified to suit any NEED & BUDGET. Reach out to us! Our typical household pest control services are offered on a Bi-Monthly basis.
– JOHNS CREEK PEST CONTROL MEASURES –
Biological control is the use of natural enemies— parasites, pathogens, predators, and competitors to manage unwanted pests. However, this is the least common measure compared to the following options.
Environmental & Habitat Controls
Habitat controls are practices that reduce pests from getting established, surviving, dispersing and reproducing. Like moisture control, debris removal, etc. This is the most popular of the interventions that we invoke in our pest prevention programs.
Physical & Mechanical Controls
Mechanical & Physical controls are steps that can kill a pest directly, block pests out, or make the environment undesirable for it. (Examples; Mechanical controls could be traps, sticky boards, etc.) Physical controls can be screens or barriers – things physically stopping the bug.
Chemical Control (Pesticides)
With our approach pesticides are always used in combination with other methods for more effective, long-term control. There is a certain amount of pesticides that we are allowed to spray in accordance to the law. However, we are not just going to spray your home with the maximum allowable. We calculate the amount it will take to control the target pest and apply it responsibly. Eventually, we try to move all pesticide applications to the outside and apply only what is required in the living quarters of your home. Everyone’s objective should be to eliminate the pests before they come inside. This mindset and practice make for healthier air quality.
Our Pest Control Methodology
It is not difficult to be conscientious about pesticide application – it just takes a moral compass, desire and some more time. As an example, some houses or the target species may call for the use of bait stations instead of just spraying. When applying pesticides to an area it could require applying dust in a crack instead of broadcast spraying. To understand more about the science behind this type of program check out this page on Integrated Pest Management Practices.
Our friendly, highly-skilled staff is happy to answer any questions that you might have –
Call us – (678)935-5900