At Safeguard Pest Control, we start protecting your home or business by conducting a thorough inspection with a focus on areas that attract pests or allow them access to your property. We’ll offer you advice about how you can control pests through preventative steps, and our technicians will perform an initial treatment to control any existing pests. With our more environmentally-sensitive techniques and an integrated approach to pest management, we will deal with unwanted:
A long lasting residual insecticide applied to the exterior of your home or commercial building. We can also apply a long lasting residual insecticide to your yard. These insecticides are safe for use around people and pets.
A premium residual insecticide is applied concentrating on the entry points for insects into your home or building.
Interior areas are inspected and treated specifically for the pests present. A combination of residual insecticides, repellants, baits and traps may be used based on your concerns and particular pests.
If you prefer a more eco-friendly solution to pest management, after a thorough inspection of your property we will identify the pests present and will help you decide whether or not the pest population in and around your home is tolerable. Often what many consider to be "pests" are actually non-harmful insects that control other unwanted bugs and can be beneficial to the ecosystem around your house, but we understand that doesn't always mean you want them in or near your home.
We will create a plan for you with steps to help you control unwanted pests using the least damaging methods to the environment, your home, and your family. Often these methods include changing habits, trapping insects, relocating or trimming shrubbery, sealing cracks, and sealing and storing food properly. With an integrated pest management approach, we try to avoid the use of pesticides unless other methods have not worked.
Safeguard's commitment to environmental responsibility:
It is our responsibility to care for the earth's environment while still helping to control pests.