The days of a pest control professional just showing up at your door, and spraying a chemical toxic to insect life all over your home are gone. These days, pest control operators provide services in a new kind of way. We call this Integrated Pest Management, or IPM. IPM is a process, and chemicals are only a part of that strategy.
IPM requires an exterminator to do an assessment of the environment where bugs have been detected. These can be any kinds of bugs or pests in the home, including: roaches, palmetto bugs, pill bugs, ants, fire ants, silverfish, or even bed bugs. We seek to understand where they invade the home, and terminate their ability to penetrate the home using the appropriate chemical in the correct location. Instead of treating a whole home, we treat rather specifically for pest control, and we use chemicals that, by and large, are not toxic to human life. These chemicals, when applied, are quite effective at removing insects from a home. We also use bait stations which frequently provide a kind chemical or bait that is harmful only to the bug. They then take it back to their colony, which in turn destroys the colony instead of just the bug.
Cobra Exterminating Company uses IPM in all of their situations, which provides better pest control for your home, and also a safer and more pest free environment for your family. We have been in business for 30 years, so we know a thing or two about killing bugs.
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