Orlando Pest Control

Posted: August 15, 2017 in Charlotte Pest Control

If you have pests problems in Central Florida, Orlando Pest Control has solutions that are safe for your home or business.  Orlando Pest Control takes pride in performing natural and environmentally responsible techniques to protect your home, family, and business safe with protecting your property from nuisance pests.  We implement integrated pest management strategies that focus on identifying, removing and controlling pests with minimal use of chemical applications. When chemicals are required, we use those approved by the Environmental Protection Agency in the lowest applications possible to effectively control pests.

Natural and Environmentally Safe Pest Control Services

Orlando Pest Control use techniques that identify and control pests insects common to Central Florida including termites, ants, bees, wasps, mosquitoes, cockroaches and spiders. We also treat for bedbugs, fleas and rodents. We begin by identifying the pests that are causing a problem. For example, Florida is home to more than 200 species of ants. Although most ants are not harmful to humans or pets, some can damage property. Others sting or bite, which can cause allergic reactions or pain. Proper identification is required to devise an effective eradication strategy.

Integrated pest management uses a multi-step process to identify pests, where they enter a building and their nesting and feeding sites. We then devise an eradication strategy. Eliminating breeding grounds and food sources reduces re-infestation.

Integrated Pest Management

Integrated pest management controls pests and prevents infestation both indoors and outdoors. Eliminating outdoor breeding and nesting places deters rodents, ants, mosquitoes, termites and other insects from entering buildings. Our technicians identify areas that should be cleared or repaired. Removing debris such as old tires and leaf litter makes the area more attractive and removes breeding grounds.

Rather than covering the yard with chemicals, we recommend keeping the landscape healthy. Blanket pesticide coverage can harm the environment and affect “good” insects such as ladybugs and mantids. Instead, we apply products where needed that have less negative effect on the environment. Products such as pyrethrins, bacterial insecticides and baits, should be used as part of a comprehensive management plan by a professional service.

We also check around the building’s foundation for cracks or other entry places. We recommend storing wood away from the main structure to prevent access to the interior by termites, ants and rodents. Keeping gutters free of leaves and eliminating standing water removes breeding grounds for mosquitoes. We use baits for pests such as fire ants that are difficult to eradicate.

Indoors, we identify breeding and nesting sites. Cockroaches, ants and termites rely on water sources for breeding and nesting. We check under sinks and around pipes for leaks. We also use moisture detection devices to identify hidden pockets of water.

We use baits and gels as part of a pest control program. When necessary, we will apply products that kill insects or disrupt the breeding cycle of insects and rodents. We use products that minimize disruption to the environment.

About Orlando Pest Control

Since 1970, Orlando Pest Control has provided Central Florida, and Greater Orlando with pest control solutions that protect people and property while performing these services with green pest control strategies and natural solutions.  We are licensed, insured and the most trusted pest control provider in Central Florida.. Call (407) 580-7124 for a free phone quote for your home or business.

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