Organic Pest Control

Getting Rid of Unwanted Guest

Once pest control moves past a well-placed shoe, or a single application of any of the common and often toxic, bug sprays, its usually time for a professional to be called in. Do it yourself pest control, for major infestations, is potentially troublesome and often dangerous but even the appearance of minor problems with pests is best handled by professionals from a company specializing in pest control Phoenix. A professional exterminator can thoroughly investigate the true extent of an infestation, which often wont be obvious to the do it yourself amateur, who attempts to handle a pest infestation on the basis of only what they can see.

A professional will also know the best, non-toxic, methods for preventing a minor infestation from growing into a major, invasive problem by pests which can be physically destructive or a threat to health. Lacking the knowledge that a professionalorganic-pest-control would apply to solving the problem, a do it yourself solution will be hit and miss effort, and often involve risks that botanically derived organic solutions avoid. And, the lack of accurate knowledge can lead to annoying and sometimes even dangerous consequences. Unskilled pest control solutions can damage homes and furnishings and affect the health of family members, as well as pets.

An example of when professional help is the best course of action to pursue is with the appearance of bed bugs, a major problem in the Phoenix area. These pests arent easy to identify, because they are so small, and by the time a homeowner realizes theyve been invaded, tens of thousands of bed bugs can be present, often in difficult to reach areas. If left untreated the bed bug multitudes can so thoroughly penetrate bedding, mattresses, box springs carpets and other furnishings that the only solution is to dispose of everything, remove people and pets from the home and begin a thorough, and potentially expensive, bed bug treatment of every room of a dwelling place.

The type of pest problem, the extent of it, the most efficient, environmentally responsible, and safe method for handling it and, when needed, follow up treatments, are all services a pest extermination professional is trained to provide.