Environmental Pest Control

Pest Control

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Environmental Pest Control

EPC is a quality pest control service that effectively eliminates your pest problems involving several things:

  • It involves a complete and thorough inspection to determine pest hiding places and entry points
  • It involves a thorough understanding of the target pests biological nature
  • It involves careful consideration of all alternative control measures chemical and non-chemical
  • It involves a specific targeted treatment that eliminates the places where pests hide, stops them from breeding and stops future pests from getting inside

Our Promise:

  1. To take care of your home as we do our own
  2. To give you straight, honest answers
  3. To keep contact with leading scientists and educators on insect distribution, biology and control
  4. To give prompt, reliable service
  5. To have your home treated by a Quality Pro certified technician, who is fully licensed in Michigan, not an employee with one month's experience, working under someone else's license

Our equipment is always state of the art and our education continual

Integrated Pest Management

EPC has adopted many options in our pest control service. We believe this is a very intelligent approach to a complex problem, we call it Integrated Pest Management or IPM which is highly endorsed by National Pest Management Association. IPM puts together many control practices which prevent, suppress and eliminate pest problems.

EPC protects the environment and your home at the same time using far less chemicals by IPM methods of inspecting, monitoring, removing harborages,sealing cracks and crevices and removing moisture sources.

What is IPM (Integrated Pest Management)?

This question is often asked and many times ill-defined, so it is no surprise that there is lots of confusion about this important topic.

IPM is a process involving common sense and sound solutions for treating and controlling pests. These solutions incorporate three basic steps: 1) inspection, 2) identification and 3) treatment. Treatment options vary from sealing cracks and removing food and water sources to pesticide treatments when necessary.

Most importantly, IPM requires a partnership between you and your licensed pest professional. In working together, you can have the peace of mind that your family and home will be protected against pest-related health and property threats.

When it comes to IPM, there are very few “standard operating protocols.” Instead, your pest professional will assess YOUR unique situation to develop a comprehensive cure to your pest problem. Ask your pest control professional if they practice IPM, and navigate through the tips on this site to learn how you can assist the pest-proofing process!