What Is Integrated Pest Management (IPM)?

Explanation of the steps in Peachtree Pest Control's Integrated Pest Management protocolMany pest control companies treat every home and business the same way: provide a generic quote without ever seeing the property, then send a technician to spray a chemical pesticide along the baseboards and exterior walls of the structure.

The problem with this approach is that there are alternative methods and techniques that may be used to greatly reduce or entirely eliminate the need for chemical treatment.

Integrated pest management or IPM is the utilization of all available pest control methods, including:

  • Bait stations
  • Mechanical alterations/exclusion
  • Sanitation procedures
  • Low-risk chemical treatments

Under IPM protocol, chemical pesticide treatments are used only as a last resort after all other elimination, exclusion and sanitation tactics have been applied.

A Personalized Approach to Pest Control

Before providing a quote for pest control services in your home or business, a Peachtree inspector will perform a thorough analysis of your property and draw up a custom service proposal that addresses your specific needs. This includes identifying the types of pests you are dealing with and any appropriate non-chemical treatment and prevention methods.

When you trust your property to Peachtree Pest Control, you can rest assured that we will use the treatment methods that are most appropriate for your unique situation. That’s the Peachtree Promise.

What Is Integrated Pest Management (IPM)?

Many pest control companies treat every home and business the same way: provide a generic quote without ever seeing the property, then send a technician to spray a chemical pesticide along the baseboards and exterior walls of the structure.

The problem with this approach is that there are alternative methods and techniques that may be used to greatly reduce or entirely eliminate the need for chemical treatment.

Integrated pest management or IPM is the utilization of all available pest control methods, including:

  • Bait stations
  • Mechanical alterations/exclusion
  • Sanitation procedures
  • Low-risk chemical treatments

Under IPM protocol, chemical pesticide treatments are used only as a last resort after all other elimination, exclusion and sanitation tactics have been applied.

Explanation of the steps in Peachtree Pest Control's Integrated Pest Management protocol

A Personalized Approach to Pest Control

Before providing a quote for pest control services in your home or business, a Peachtree inspector will perform a thorough analysis of your property and draw up a custom service proposal that addresses your specific needs. This includes identifying the types of pests you are dealing with and any appropriate non-chemical treatment and prevention methods.

When you trust your property to Peachtree Pest Control, you can rest assured that we will use the treatment methods that are most appropriate for your unique situation. That’s the Peachtree Promise.

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