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    Early treatment of smaller infestations can also prevent the spread of larger infestations down the track so identify pest, learn about it, and take step on controlling and monitoring.

  • Who can help me to identify pests for me?

    A pest management professional may also be able to help you identify pests and there are many online resources that provide pest identification and fact sheets with information on specific pests in your area.

  • Is pest identification important?

    Yes, pest identification is important for further efficient and effective control as a mistaken identification can lead to improper control plans that cost time and money as well unnecessary risks to people or the environment.

  • Is it easy to control bed bug for one treatment?

    No, it is quite hard and difficult to control bed bugs easily as many insecticides are not effective at killing the eggs of bed bug, so a repeat treatment is often necessary to kill the juveniles after they hatch.

  • Can I learn about the Pest?

    Yes, you can. There are lot of ways to learn about the pest, you may search online, or ask any expert help.

  • How the pest can be controlled?

    There are many alternative ways for controlling pests, which are customized to suit for specific pests or problems. Ask for a professional expert help if the pest is in large number by making sure that the pest is correctly identified before deciding on a treatment or control method.

  • What is effective pest control?

    Effective pest control is a broad knowledge about the pest, its life cycle and its habits. The first step is to identify the pest correctly; the second step is to learn about its lifestyle. After that, evaluate strategies to control your pest.

  • Any household products that may contain pesticides?

    Yes, many household products are pesticides, may contain pesticides. Common products that we use in our daily life are: Kitchen, laundry, and bath disinfectants and sanitizers. Flea and tick sprays, powders. Cockroach sprays and baits Rat and other rodent poisons. Products that kill mold and mildew. Some lawn and garden products, such as weed killers. Some swimming pool chemicals.

  • What is a pest?

    A pest is a plant, animal, or microorganism that has a negative effect on humans. In general, we could say that pests are unwanted or undesirable as they reduce the availability, quality, or value of human resources such as food, feed, water, or space; injure humans, animals, crops, structures, and possessions; interfere with our activities by causing annoyance, discomfort, or inconvenience and spread or cause disease.