Pest’SE’cure prides itself on offering an array of pest control services with customized service plans to meet your business's specific needs. We have the knowledge and scheduling flexibility to ensure that your pest problem does not become your customer's pest problem, all the while ensuring that the impact made to your daily operations is kept to a minimum. Our guaranteed services will provide you and your customer's peace of mind from rodents, termites and other pests.
Birds are known to spread more than 60 transmittable diseases. Bird droppings can cause slippery walking and working conditions, leading to potential accidents and lost productivity.
Pest'SE'cure Bird Control is an effective (and responsible) way to help prevent the property damage and health risks that can stem from pest bird infestations. We have a host of techniques and devices to help keep birds from creating a nuisance around commercial buildings.
Pest birds cause tens of millions of dollars of damage every year to building facades, roofs and ventilation system. They are also known to spread disease and jeopardize the integrity of your brand.
• Eliminate or reduce as much as possible, standing water and areas in which, the pest birds can feed.
• Keep trash cans/ bins covered and areas clean.
• Add obstructions (such as spikes or sticky glues) to ledges where pest birds roost.
Mosquitoes are infamous for spreading extremely dangerous diseases such as malaria, dengue, brain fever, cerebral malaria. Having a mosquito infestation in close proximity to you and your family is an extremely dangerous situation and can be fatal. The primary goal is to keep homes and families safe from mosquitoes. A larvicidal treatment kills mosquitoes before they mature.
Everyone knows how annoying – and painful – mosquitoes can be. Somehow, there always seem to be some that manage to get through to give you a nasty, itchy bite or two.
Here are some facts that you might want to know about these nasty little insects:
• They can develop from eggs to adults in just six to ten days.
• They are found close to still water, where their larvae feed and develop.
• They seem to be attracted to dark colours.
• Mosquitoes will normally bite you at dawn or dusk – or if you’re unlucky, both. That’s when their internal clocks tell them it's feeding time.
• Try and cover the whole body as much as possible and as according to the temperature and weather to protect yourself.
• Mosquitoes are drawn to standing water for breeding, so make sure to clear your yard of anything that might collect still water, such as gutters, buckets, and some toys.
• If you have a bird bath or outdoor water bowl for your pet, make sure to change out the water regularly so as not to attract mosquitoes.
• Balconies, pits and drains should be clear and drained of all water.
Rodents are dangerous pests at home. They can be very persistent and if rats gain access into your property they can spread disease, contaminate food in the kitchen & they are known to cause damage to electronics, household appliances, wiring. One pair of rats shed more than 1 million body hairs each year and a single rat can leave up to 25,000 droppings. Taking prompt action at the first sign of rats will ensure your problem can be quickly treated.
Some signs that you have a rodent in your home/offices include
• Chewed wiring, insulation, or other materials
• Animal droppings
• Unexplained stains or odors
• Strange noises
• Keep any possible food sources away from rodents.
• Fruits and vegetables to be stored properly and resulting waste should never be left in sinks.
• Cardboard objects prove attractive to rodents, as they tend to chew them up for use in their nests.
Termites are known for the destruction they cause to wooden structures and furniture, Also known as “White-ants”. Owing to their wood-eating habits, many termites’ species can do great damage to unprotected building and other wooden structures. Their presence being undetected until the timbers are severely damaged and exhibits surface changes. Once termites have entered a building, they do not limit themselves to wood, they also damage paper, cloth, carpets and other cellulose materials.
Termites leave a mud path along the sides of the house which helps identify the problem instantly. Often woodborers (causing powdery residue in wooden furniture) are mistaken to be termite issues - they are different. A chemical barrier is created around the perimeter of the house through drilling every foot and injecting with a chemical, and a termiticide is sprayed when drilling is not possible. The process takes about 3-4 hours. An inspection may be required prior, but during the process there is no need to vacate the house. There is usually a long term guarantee on the drilling and injection process.
• Eradicate the collection of moisture by fixing pipes, A/C units, and other home fixtures prone to leaking.
• Ensure drainage sites remain clean and effective.
• Remove excess wood like tree stumps or yard debris.
• Monitor outdoor wooden structures for signs of infestation.
Bedbugs are small insects that live on the blood of animals or humans. Bedbugs do not fly, but they can move quickly over floors, walls, and ceilings. Female bedbugs may lay hundreds of eggs, each of which is about the size of a speck of dust, over a lifetime. Bedbugs may enter your home undetected through luggage, clothing, used beds and couches, and other items. Their flattened bodies make it possible for them to fit into tiny spaces. Bedbugs do not have nests like ants or bees, but tend to live in groups in hiding places. They are usually found around the bed where they have a ready source of food as the user settles to sleep. Bedbugs can, however, migrate to other parts of the room. Their initial hiding places are typically in mattresses, box springs, bed frames, and headboards where they have easy access to people to bite in the night.
• Always carefully inspect antiques and any second-hand furniture before bringing them into your home.
• Always wash and dry on high heat any second hand clothing or, when possible toys or other items before bringing them into your home.
• When travelling, inspect the mattress and box spring you will be sleeping on. In addition to looking for the actual bed bugs, look for small brownish or reddish dots on the bed linens and mattresses. This is why most hotels use white sheets, if the hotels sheets are dark in color, this could be a red flag.
• When travelling, do not put your luggage on the bed, this gives bed bugs a ride right into your. Use the metal luggage rack, which should also be kept away from not only the bed, but also the curtains, tables and wall hangings in the rooms. Don't forget to inspect your luggage when you return from trips before you bring them back into your home.
• Vacuum at least once a week, pay special attention to areas around beds and furniture posts.