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Integrated Pest Management

Pest Monitoring, Habitat Modification, Exclusion, Pest Control


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Q: What is Integrated Pest Management (IPM)?

Integrated Pest Management (IPM) means more than just spraying. It means pest inspection, pest monitoring, habitat modification, exclusion methods and other innovative forms of pest control. It's a commitment to the environment, utilizing green products for eco-friendly bug control whenever possible, and helping commercial and residential customers find the cause of their problem while offering long-lasting solutions. Pestmaster Services® is committed to IPM, and to providing safe, effective and environmentally conscious pest services with Pest Management EnvironMentality.

Pestmaster Services® is proud to offer Integrated Pest Management (IPM) solutions for our residential and commercial customers. These include:

We support the development of eco-friendly bug control, while seeking out and offering all effective green products available for safe, non-pesticide solutions. This is pest control like you've never seen it before, and you'll love the results we can get for you.

Pestmaster Services® is committed to Integrated Pest Managemen (IPM). Our pest control service takes the form of guaranteed pest inspection, pest monitoring and state-of-the-art methods such as habitat modification and exclusion. We're a step ahead of other pest services, and our green products assure a safe solution to your pest issues. That's what IPM, the centerpiece of each and every one of our services, is all about.

Our technicians are trained in Integrated Pest Management (IPM), and are experts in implementing effective methods of pest inspection, pest monitoring and habitat modification. At Pestmaster Services® it's not enough just to spray. We work to find the root of your pest issue, and offer proven techniques in ridding you of those issues.

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