Residential Pest Control
Truly Green Pest Control is committed to using natural pest control methods that are child and pet safe, non-toxic, and eco-friendly. The use of natural pest control methods is growing in popularity. Concerns about the impact of traditional pesticides on human health and the environment is fueling their popularity.
Natural pest control methods are preferred by Truly Green Pest Control for several reasons. First and foremost, natural pest control methods are safer for humans and animals than traditional pesticides.
Chemical pesticides can cause serious health problems for people and pets, such as respiratory problems, skin irritation, and even cancer. Children and pets are especially vulnerable to the harmful effects of pesticides . They spend more time playing on the floor and are more likely to put objects in their mouths.
Natural pest control methods are a safer alternative because they use non-toxic, plant-based ingredients that are safe for humans and pets.
In addition to being safer for humans and animals, organic pest control methods are also better for the environment. Traditional pesticides can have a negative impact on the environment by contaminating soil and water, killing beneficial insects, and harming wildlife. Natural pest control methods, on the other hand, are eco-friendly because they do not contain harmful chemicals that can pollute the environment. By using natural pest control methods, Truly Green Pest Control is able to protect the environment while still effectively controlling pests.
One of the best ways to eliminate insects naturally is by using essential oils. Essential oils are natural plant extracts that have been used for centuries to repel insects. Many essential oils, such as lavender, peppermint, and eucalyptus, have insect-repelling properties that make them effective at keeping pests away.
To use essential oils for pest control, mix a few drops of the oil with water in a spray bottle and spray the solution around the areas where pests are likely to be found. Essential oils are a great natural alternative to chemical pesticides because they are safe for humans and pets and do not harm the environment.
Another effective natural pest control method is diatomaceous earth. Diatomaceous earth is a fine powder made from the fossilized remains of diatoms, a type of algae. When insects come into contact with diatomaceous earth, the powder absorbs the waxy outer layer of their exoskeleton, causing them to dehydrate and die.
Diatomaceous earth is a safe and effective way to control pests because it is non-toxic and does not harm humans or pets. It is also an eco-friendly alternative to chemical pesticides because it does not harm beneficial insects or pollute the environment.
Another non toxic pest control method that Truly Green Pest Control uses is biological control. Biological control involves using natural predators to control pest populations. For example, ladybugs are natural predators of aphids and can be released in gardens to control aphid populations. This is a safe and effective way to control pests because it does not involve the use of chemicals and does not harm beneficial insects or the environment.
Finally, Truly Green Pest Control uses physical control methods to eliminate pests naturally. Physical control methods involve using physical barriers or traps to prevent pests from entering homes or buildings.
For example, sealing cracks and gaps in walls and windows can prevent pests from entering homes. Similarly, sticky traps can be used to capture insects without using chemicals. Physical control methods are safe and effective because they do not involve the use of chemicals and do not harm humans, pets, or the environment.
Pest Control All Season Program
Spring is the time of year when insects begin to reproduce. This is an important time of year to be proactive against pest before they get started.
- Nuisance “House” Ants
- Stinging Insects (Wasp, Hornets, and Bees)
- Earwigs, Thrips, Clover Mites Crickets, Springtails
- Boxelder Bugs
- Chiggers, Fleas
- Carpet Beetles
Summer is full swing assault for pest. They are swarming and harboraging were ever they can. They are also constantly looking for food on the exterior and interior due to possible drought conditions.
- Apply granular baits to minimize insect reproduction
- Stinging Insects, Nuisance “House” Ants (Argentine)
- Flies, Ticks, Fire Ants, Brown Recluse Spiders, Black Widow Spiders,
- Large Outdoor Roaches
- Ground Beetles, Hard Shell Bugs
Fall is when the weather begins to change. Insects begin there preparing cycle to get ready for the winter. They will forage for food were ever they can. Most of the foraging will lead them to your home.