OUR Quarterly "LEGS UP" PEST SERVICE
Clark Pest Remedy brings a higher level of professionalism to the Atlanta pest control industry. We set a new standard in safe, effective products, application techniques, and the experience to deal with every possible pest problem. It’s our people, products and service that create better results. And we guarantee your satisfaction with those results. It’s not just our job, it’s our commitment.
We are always sensitive to environmental issues, so we take a more thoughtful approach to Atlanta termite control. We believe in using fewer chemicals, but using them more effectively. We also spend more time inspecting and monitoring, so that pesticides are only applied where the pests are. It is for this reason that we are proud to offer our Legs Up IPM pest service.
When you need special information relating to pest control, or IPM programs, Clark Pest Remedy has your solutions. We provide the most comprehensive and current technical information to help identify pest problems such as bed bugs in Atlanta and design solutions for you. One area of Clark Pest Remedy that is becoming more and more important and popular is the Quality Assurance Program under the leadership of Paul Radford specializing in Urban Pest Management, and IPM techniques.
Please feel free to call (770) 957-1915 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or concerns regarding our Legs Up pest control service.
How does IPM differ from traditional Atlanta pest control?
IPM is an approach that utilizes knowledge of pest biology and behaviors to control or eliminate pest populations in a target area. IPM includes various pest management principles to reduce chemical hazards to our clients and the environment while maintaining effective control.
What does "integrated" mean?
The use of many pest management techniques (inspection, identification, sanitation, cultural habit control, mechanical and physical control as well as, chemical control) to achieve established pest management targets.
What is habitat modification?
Homes have different deficiencies which provide food, water, and harborage for pests. Decreasing the availability of all the above for the pest and denying access into the home will help control infestations.
Does IPM eliminate the use of pesticides?
An effective IPM program may include the use of pesticides if needed. However, the amount needed will likely be reduced from that needed without IPM.
When pesticides are used, how are they applied?
The appropriate use and application of pesticides is spelled out by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and others, and will vary according to circumstances and label directions. Your IPM technician will tell you where and how pesticides will be applied in or near your home.
Identify Pests and Conducive Conditions
Evaluation and Monitoring
Less Reliance on Pesticides
Improved Home Maintenance
Effective Solutions and Sound Protection