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Going Green With Green Pest Control

Going Green With Green Pest Control

When you think about pest control, you don’t normally think about “green” because of all the chemicals involved. After all, we’re not making organic apple pies, we’re killing bugs! So how exactly does one “go green” in pest control? Read on…. What Is Green Pest Control? First of all, it’s important to define something called IPM, or Integrated Pest Management. This is embraced by companies who believe that prevention, client education, and awareness and regular inspections in a building are equally important as killing the pests. Professionals in the field of IPM are very knowledgeable about the life cycles, nesting locations and how and why certain pests will enter a home or building. Because of this, they can use innovative methods to prevent pest problems that will cause the least amount of damage possible to other living things, including plants and pets, as well as the surrounding property. IPM uses a combination of organic and chemicals safe for the environment, along with common sense practices to prevent the return of pests and bugs, such as replacing caulking or door sweeps. Benefits Of Going Green With Pest Control Although it’s hard to imagine, there are green pest control Myrtle Beach chemicals that are made from organic and natural ingredients that will not harm the environment or other living creatures. These ingredients are also biodegradable and yet every bit as effective and powerful as their dangerous chemical counterparts. If you’ve ever walked in your home after it’s been sprayed for bugs and smelled the toxic fumes, you have to wonder what you, your family, and your pets are ingesting. Having green pest control...
Why Organic Pest Control Is The Best Choice

Why Organic Pest Control Is The Best Choice

If you are living an eco-friendly lifestyle, why not include the use of organic pest control methods into your household routines? There are lots of benefits in using organic pesticides not only in your garden but also throughout your home. If you cannot get rid of the pests in your home and they just seem to keep coming back, try using natural pest control. Here are some of the great benefits that you can obtain from using organic pest control. Natural pest control does not harm or damage the environment Although pest control products available in the market today claim that they contain less or zero chlorofluorocarbon or CFC’s, you can never be too sure unless you use natural pest sprays. Remember that CFC’s are harmful organic compounds that can damage the ozone layer. Continued use of products that contain CFC’s – and the continued destruction of the ozone layer – will result in increasing the already large amounts of ultraviolet radiation in the atmosphere. Aside from being completely chemical free, these organic pest sprays do not contain CFC’s and any foul smelling chemical odor. Chemical-based pest control products also release other substances and compounds into the air, water, and soil that could harm and put other animals at risk. Natural pest control products, however, contain only organic substances that break down into their natural elements gradually, making sure they directly target the pests that you want to eliminate. Also, organic pest products are specifically developed not to release elements and substances that may harm the environment. Organic pest control products do not affect the soil’s natural structure Many...
Why Use Organic Pest Control

Why Use Organic Pest Control

Because of the dangers from using pesticides, many homeowners are opting for organic pest control methods instead. Aside from putting you and your family’s health at risk, the chemicals present in the pesticides can pollute the air and harm the environment. At some point, it can also kill even the insects that help plants. The best thing about using organic products in controlling and managing pests is that they are free of any harmful chemicals and are as effective as pesticides. Plus, they are more affordable and are easily available than pesticides in the market. In fact, many of them can already be found inside our homes. Below are some considerations you may want to think about when using organic pest control products. • Organic methods are less harmful. Although traditional pest control methods are effective in killing harmful bugs and pests in the garden and around the house, they also kill helpful insects as well as negatively affecting plants and the health of the household members. This is why residential organic pest control methods are now being widely implemented. They are as effective as traditional pest control but are less harmful and safer to people, animals and the environment. • Caution and safety should still be practiced when using organic methods. According to experts, even though organic methods of Myrtle Beach pest control uses natural products and have been proven to be safer for humans, animals and the environment, caution should still be observed and implemented when using natural pest control products. When you buy organic products, it comes with instructions and precautions. Be sure to read and...
Is Organic Pest Control Effective?

Is Organic Pest Control Effective?

The use of toxic free and safe pest control methods have become very popular because of the increasing awareness of environmental concerns along with the rising popularity of utilizing organic materials for people’s protection and safety. Using organic materials began on utilizing toxic free substances on crops and plants for healthy consumption. However, it took quite a while before chemical free pesticides for household use was introduced. There is an organic, eco-friendly way to get rid of pests in your home. These include flies, termites, rodents, bugs, cockroaches, and many more. A few people are still doubtful as to whether organic pest control works or not. For certain kinds of pests, organic pest control can be very effective. But you should also keep in mind that in most cases, it takes longer to take effect than typical pest control methods and substances. Brand new organic products, on the other hand, are far more effective compared to conventional pesticides. Be sure to gather all the information about the product that you plan to use. You should know whether it is made of organic materials or toxic chemicals. There are a few instances when organic pest control method isn’t as efficient and then there are also instances when it does not work at all. Keep in mind that when it comes to using pest control methods, you should know how to do it right if you want to make sure that it works and gets rid of the pests in your home. Homeowners also need to know that not all natural methods are effective and safe. There are a few toxic...
Clean, Green, and Pest-Free With Pest Control Myrtle Beach Style

Clean, Green, and Pest-Free With Pest Control Myrtle Beach Style

Why Organic Pest Control? Chemical pesticides are not your only choice in getting rid of pests in your home. There are pest control Myrtle Beach professionals that offer what is called as organic pest control services. These greener options allow you to have a clean and pest-free house without being exposed to the health hazards of chemical pesticides. Chemical pesticides have been known to cause allergic reactions, poisoning, and even contribute to the development of life threatening ailments as cancers and reproductive disorders. Aside from these health risks, the use of chemical pesticides also adversely affects the environment as they are discharged through the air and water in the surrounding areas.  A wiser option would be to go for organic pest control Myrtle Beach treatments that are equally as effective and competitively priced as conventional chemical pesticide treatments. Solutions for Organic Pest Control There are different pests that are present in different homes and there are various pest control solutions that are organic and environmentally safe. Pest control Myrtle Beach professionals are able to use their unique philosophies in their organic pest control management system. First and foremost among the things that professional pest control Myrtle Beach service providers should know and understand are the biology and habits of the household pests they are to rid the home of. Having knowledge about how pests are able to gain entry to the households, how they live and feed, what conditions make it conducive for them to exist, and what signs are present when they are around would enable these professionals to provide an organic pest control plan that is appropriate to the pest or pests they...
Summer Pest Control Tips

Summer Pest Control Tips

The weather is warming up and the bugs are starting to swarm!  Most pests such as mosquitoes, ants, bees, millipedes, flies and termites will breed at a higher rate in summer than any other season of the year.  Summer also tends to bring dryer weather which forces these pesky insects inside in search of food and water.  Since prevention is better than cure, home owners need to be armed with sufficient information on the measures to be taken in order to prevent invasion by pests at their homes. Simple Tips For Summertime Pest Control Mosquitoes are one of the most popular pests known in the world. One of the key issues to tackle is destruction of the breeding sites of the pests. Dumpy environments with stagnant water encourage the breeding of mosquitoes. This is dangerous since mosquitoes can spread disease. To tackle this problem, you need to drain all the stagnant water around your home. This should be encouraged even amongst neighbors to come together and dry up the area to avoid a breeding site on your neighborhood affecting others. In addition, it is important to keep vegetation from being too near to the site of your home. Unnecessary vegetation should be cleared and the grass should be kept short for good pest control. This is because most pests like adult mosquitoes use this vegetation as hiding areas. Any containers that are used to dispose of trash should be always covered. It is also important to consider drilling holes at the bottom of the trash container to prevent it from holding water that can encourage mosquitoes to breed. While...