Venus Pest Company relies on Integrated Pest Management (IPM) for all our services. Integrated pest management is a strategy that relies on accurate identification and scientific knowledge of target pests, reliable monitoring methods to assess pest presence, preventative measures to limit pest problems and thresholds to determine when corrective control measures are needed.
Gone are the days of hiring an exterminator to come in to your home and simply spray chemicals all over the place. While that can be an effective method of controlling invasive pests, it's harmful effects on the environment have not gone unnoticed.
At Venus Pest Company, we strive to attain that same level of pest control through the judicious use of pesticides, relying more heavily on exclusion and education to prevent and control pest infestations. We take our traditional IPM strategy one step further with our new Bee GreenTM service. To learn more, visit our Bee GreenTM page.
IPM Risk Assessment
Prior to recommending or implementing any pest management strategy, we meticulously inspect your property looking for:
- Any existing pest infestations
- Conducive conditions that might increase risk for future pest problems
Using the information found during the IPM Risk Assessment, we tailor a customized pest management program specific to you with a 100% satisfaction guarantee!
Our Integrated Pest Management Strategy Encompasses:
- Identification and Scientific Knowledge
- Accurate identification and scientific knowledge of target pests is the first, and most important step in the Integrated Pest Management process.
- Understanding the behaviors and tendencies of invasive pests is crucial in designing a program to control them.
- Dr. Scott Lingren, Founder and President of Venus Pest Company, is a Board Certified Entomologist with vast experience in pest identification and behavioral testing.
- Prior to any program recommendation for pest control, reliable monitoring methods to assess pest presence must be established.
- Venus Pest Company's extensive knowledge of local pests allow us to find any existing pest populations and devise programs to control them.
- Preventative Measures
- For the most part, the threshold to determine when corrective control measures are needed is zero. Meaning, if you see even one pest in your home, that's too many.
- Through advanced exclusion techniques, and reduced risk insecticides, we can protect your home and family from any invasive pests.
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Target Pests and Insects include but are not limited to:
||Rats & Mice