What is Green Pest Control?

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http://hopperenvironmentalservices.com/ - Today there are better ways to deal with pest problems than running out to the home or hardware store and buying cans of poison sprays. Integrated pest management is one method of green pest control where prevention is the heart of the method, then if that doesn’t work, the company can turn to other, low-impact methods to help you tackle the problem. If your resolution this year is to go green, contact Hopper Environmental Services, your Mountain Home & Springdale green pest control professionals to help.

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What is Green Pest Control?:

Defining a Better Approach to Your Pest Control Problems What is Green Pest Control ?

Back in the Day:

Back in the Day There was a time when a spray can at the hardware store could fix almost everything, but that kind of approach just doesn’t make sense anymore. Sure, they may treat the problem, but the reality is that they’re poisons that can be dangerous. There are better ways to deal with pest problems today.

Integrated Pest Management:

Integrated Pest Management As you work to find a green pest control company, IPM, or integrated pest management , is one term you’re going to hear again and again. At the heart of this method is prevention, then if that doesn’t work, the company can turn to other, low-impact methods to help you tackle the problem.

Doing What You Can:

Doing What You Can An IPM approach starts with a careful inspection of your home. Your green pest control professional will point out any potential problem areas like unsealed parts of your home to help keep the bugs and other problem animals out.

The Next Step:

The Next Step Should it ever become necessary, a pest control professional may determine that you need pesticide help . When used, though, they’re carefully applied in accordance with EPA guidelines to help keep you and your family safe.

What You Can Do to Help:

What You Can Do to Help Ready to go green? Get started on your own. Clean out your gutters in the fall. Make certain your downspouts are unobstructed. Keep all branches away from your house. Eliminate yard junk like old tires that could fill with water and provide a breeding ground. Keep woodpiles well away from your house. Make certain windows and doors are properly screened.

Call a Professional:

Call a Professional If your resolution this year is to go green, contact Hopper Environmental Services, your Mountain Home & Springdale green pest control professionals to help.

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