For several years now, we’ve discussed “layers of protection” with regard to virus and disease control. This is familiar, even well-worn territory for the pros at Quality Pest Control, as we employ Integrated Pest Management (IPM), an effective and environmentally sensitive approach to pest management that relies on a variety of layers that work in tandem. These programs home in on current, comprehensive information on the life cycles of pests and their interaction with the environment. By pairing this vital information with the most proven pest control methods on the market, Quality Pest Control is able to affordably eliminate pests with the least possible hazard to people, property, and the environment.
It’s no secret that rats and cockroaches can leave deadly diseases like salmonella in their path, while flies and other insects can contaminate our food supply. Past abuses by some pest control firms has led ecologists and other officials concerned with responsible pest control practices to recognize the need for a re-emphasis on professionalism in our industry. Since Quality Pest Control’s inception in 1986, we have incorporated a degree of professionalism as the foundation of our valued reputation that allows us to claim the most comprehensive and effective service being offered in the industry today.
It’s a dirty job, but someone’s got to do it! Here in the Elgin area, that someone is Quality Pest Control, a name that’s synonymous with solutions!
Our inspection will be objective and exhaustive, requiring only about fifteen minutes of your time. We will, as a result of our inspection, be able to submit a detailed proposal designed to meet your specific needs. Licensed and insured, you can rest assured, Quality Pest Control will work diligently until your home is once again a healthy, clean, and pest-free environment.
Are you in need of pest solutions? Not to worry! They can run but they can’t hide—not while Quality Pest Control is on the job! Our pest management program is comprised of a three-phased attack on infestations:
1. Trained Observations
2. Complete Communication
3. Precise Application of Pesticides