Your Shield Against Unwanted Guests
Pest Exclusion is an excellent preventative approach to pest control. Rather than using harsh chemicals and tools to remove the existing rodents and other pests, this professional service seals your property against pests.
This solution is not possible in every situation, as sometimes we need to do a complete extermination job before we can perform an Exclusion Service. However, the goal is to use non-invasive products like caulk, steel, and wool to prevent Rodents and Wildlife from entering the Property.
Pest exclusion is not a novel idea. Even in the ancient world, people found ways to prevent pests from getting into homes and food supplies. Whereas smoke-screens and herbs were the primary methods, it is much more sophisticated today.
The governing idea behind pest exclusion is that it is a balanced approach between prevention and elimination. Pests have their role in the ecosystem, and they only become a hazard when they get inside homes.
Pest exclusion is a proactive method often used in commercial buildings and schools, but it is also readily applicable to private homes. The way it works is that pest exclusion specialists examine the house and look for gaps used by pests. Then they come up with a plan and a map for tackling the exclusion. All gaps, routes, and pathways are then sealed with the appropriate sealing products.
The final goal is to maintain these sealed gaps and ensure they are long-standing. Pest exclusion is advantageous for the low use of chemicals. Plus, it is a cost-effective solution in the long run.
When the summer heat subsides, many homeowners may decide that it is time to seal any entry points against pests. This process could be a very daunting task for many, but a DIY approach to home sealing is more than possible with the right tools.
The first thing to do is go up to the roof, attic, basement, or crawl space and assess the situation. If there are any pests present, you will first have to eliminate them. A proper clean-out is a good idea too.
Make sure to look for all potential entry points and plan the home sealing project. Keep in mind that pests can find all kinds of ways to enter a property.
Items needed for DIY home sealing are gloves, tape, a screwdriver, caulk, a caulking gun, mesh screening, a hammer, nails, dry putty, a broomstick, and an insecticide spray.
Planning is essential, so it is best to put it on a piece of paper. If this task becomes too much to handle alone at any point, please call a professional home sealing company.
What sets us apart is our unwavering dedication to our customers. We believe that exceptional service goes beyond eradicating pests; it involves building strong relationships based on trust and reliability. We listen attentively to your concerns and tailor our approach to suit your specific needs, providing personalized solutions that address your unique pest control challenges.
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