The need for eco-friendly solutions in the pest management industry is becoming more and more prevalent. This is because today’s bugs are more resilient than ever. It is not only taking more and more powerful chemicals to eradicate these bugs, but it is taking harsher chemicals. These chemicals not only pose a threat to you, but they pose a threat to our techs, your pets, your plants, and anything and everything that could come into later contact with them.
This is why we have now padded our arsenals with a handful of eco-friendly solutions. These solutions are not only more effective in some situations, but they are entirely safe for everyone involved. That being said, there are still things one needs to be aware of when considering treatments like this. While they might be more effective in some situations, there are some situations where the treatments aren’t even applicable. While our techs can do most of the heavy lifting and hard thinking for you, these are things you’ll need to consider when deciding whether or not these solutions are right for you.
Our Eco-Friendly Offerings
Our eco-friendly solutions are much safer for everyone involved. In addition to this, none of these treatments offer residual effects, meaning residents can move right back onto the property after treatment. There will be no waiting outside the home for days or hours before reentering. Although it is not recommended and we advise against it, you could probably stay in the home during treatment. The options we are now offering are:
About Our Eco-Friendly Solutions
- Cryonite: Cryonite involves freezing the target to the point where their organs immediately shut down, causing the bugs to die on contact.
- Heat Treatments: With our heat treatments, we bring in specialized equipment to raise the temperatures to 140 degrees or higher for 90 minutes. This kills bugs in all stages.
- Steam Treatments: Our steam treatments are similar to the cryonite treatments. The only difference is that it boils the bugs rather than freezing them. These machines are similar to that of clothes steamers but designed for much more heat and pressure.
Whether you have questions, want to speak to a tech, or need emergency help, you can give our Las Vegas offices a call. All you have to do is pick up the phone and we’ll get someone out to the property.