Pest Control Services
Serving Glenview, IL
Best Residential Exterminator in Glenview
There is not much more annoying than living with someone who you don’t like. What’s even worse is a PEST you don’t like. Be it bugs, mice, wasps, flies, ants or squirrels; no person deserves that. Call Staefa Control Systems of Glenview today at (847) 316-0620.
Owning a home is usually the biggest investment a family ever makes. Protecting that home from unwanted pests is one of the primary things in protecting that investment. Pest management has become a major industry in helping preserve the value of your home and health of your family.
Many pests can permanently affect your home, while others carry and spread diseases. The first step to effective pest management is defining the insect or bug problem you face. Visit the Pest ID Center to find out more about each pest.
The next step is to limit the off spring and survival potential of each pest. For instance, if you remove the food, water and shelter of pests – that will have a very significant impact on controlling pest populations.
The last step is contacting Staefa Control System to help rid your home of the pest and prevent future damage. Our knowledge, training, and years of experience, along with appropriate chemical control measures, cam help create a longer lasting, more significant impact in maximizing pest control. All pest control services are offered on a 1-time, Quarterly, or Monthly basis depending on the severity of the problem and needs of your location.
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Carpenter Ants are the most active at night so evening inspections are best.
- Thorough inspection in and around the structure – from the ground level to the roof peak
- Locate the colony/nest
- Locate the satellite colonies/nests
- Drill and treat the entire colony
Termites do their worst damage before you ever know they are there.
- Thorough inspections in and around the structure – regardless of the construction materials used
- Advance treatment methods for control and elimination
- Sentricon System
- Termidor System
Roaches can carry disease, but can be exterminated.
- BAIT Technology
- Human and pet safe
Fleas can be controlled with our pest control services.
- Pet Grooming
- Lighted Traps
- Pet Control
- Outside the Home
- Desiccant Powders
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For example, do they offer monthly spray agreements or do they use an Integrated Bug Management (IPM) technique that consists of nonchemical approaches? Discover out if least-toxic options are available to manage the insect. Ask the company if these least-toxic pesticides or baits are utilized when appropriate. For instance, verify that exclusion methods, baits, and traps are employed against cockroaches (instead of sprays) and that baits (instead of sprays) are used for ants.
Make sure the company has actually the needed licenses, registration, certificates, and insurance coverage. Bug control companies and individuals making household treatments should operate with a license provided by the California State Structural Insect Control Board. Confirm the status of an insect control company’s license online or telephone 800-737-8188. People running landscape maintenance or gardening companies and performing yard bug control should have a bug control business license and a Certified Applicator Certificate or a Competent Applicator License (QAC or QAL) released by the California Department of Pesticide Regulation.
Verify the status of a person’s certificate or a service’ license online or telephone 916-445-4038. The company may charge a cost to do this inspection, but for that fee they must provide you with a composed diagnosis of the problem or a recognition of the insect. They need to show you where the pest is causing the problem and discuss how they plan to control it.
They ought to also provide you with info about the safety of any products they may apply and any preventative measures you would require to take, such securing family pets and kids. Consider long-lasting services to the issue. A company that practices IPM will suggest adjustment of the environment or use of baits and tracking, rather than simply warranty to spray on a regular monthly basis or when and if the bug comes back.
Consider your chemical tolerance. Ask which pesticides will be used, the active components they consist of, and their impacts on pets, the environment, and peopleespecially the elderly, the very young, or persons with environmental level of sensitivities. Determine if there specify legal requirements specifying precautions to be taken after application. You might request a copy of the Product Safety Data Sheet (MSDS), which explains chemical qualities, risks, and safety preventative measures for each pesticide utilized.