The intervention of extermination responds to a process in several stages, from the customer’s call to the final solution.
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Exterminator intervention process:
Customer call and description of the problem.
This is of course the first contact, the client, the victim; he is often overwhelmed by the situation and he feels a certain fear. A “phobia” in the case of certain insects, spiders and rodents, a physical fear in the case of some wild animals. Fear for your building also in the case of the presence of carpenter ants.
Our role is to reassure you! If panic, fear is uncontrollable, calling a specialist is already a step towards the solution. We explain what is happening to you, how we are going to deal with it and, most importantly, we are moving as a matter of urgency.
Moving to identify the problem
The speed of our intervention will surprise you. You are prioritized, depending on the details provided ( risk of wasp bite, massive rodent infestation, presence of certain wild animals, requires identifying the type of ants you are the victim of).
- What traces left by vermin?
- What damage?
- What do you see? What do you see?
- snacking on your reserves,
- Indian lines of working ants,
- piles of cockroaches behind your kitchen electro,
- black marks in your sheets,
- earth mottons in your garden,
- a swarm of wasps under your roof…
Depending on the type of infestation and the pest involved, we quickly identify the type of infestation, its modus operandi, its intrusion route.
- Spraying in case of insect
Spraying is not always the absolute solution. We limit the use of insecticides to the bare necessities. Our choices towards the greenest and least harmful products for humans will reassure you. “Baiting” solutions are part of our preferred choices, in order to limit our impact on the ecosystem.
Setting up control solutions
- Setting traps
Trapping is the ultimate model. Your garden should not be contaminated with:
- a skunk,
- a ferret,
- ermine or
- a porcupine.
Capture and release in Quebec’s parks and reserves is a healthier response to species conservation.
- Considered integrated struggle
Integrity struggle includes:
- Inspection of infested areas and the immediate environment,
- Perfect identification of the insect and knowledge of its behaviors,
- Documenting the dates and places where parasites occur,
- Clean up all the elements in the infested area,
- Eliminate identified access areas,
- Physically treating vermin,
- Hire a licensed exterminator specializing in pest control, it will properly apply pesticides,
- Keep track of inspections,
- Educate all stakeholders (owner, tenants, site staff, managers and service providers). They have a role in successful treatment and preventing infestations.
Extermination is the result of a process, a reflection and a sum of knowledge called the passion of the profession…