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As a pest control specialists since 2001, One Stop Pest Services' team of professionals has toiled to meet the growing demand in pest control industry, both from residential and commercial clients. One Stop Pest Services is proud to have grown into the premiere pest control company in and around the Commonwealth of Virginia and Metropolitan areas.
What makes One Stop Pest Services' pest control specialists so unique and successful is that our team is large enough to cater to a large number of customers, all the while being small enough to treat each and every client with the same amount of care, respect and attention. One Stop Pest Services take pride in treating our customers like people, and not like numbers. When you hire One Stop Pest Services to help you with your pest infestation problem, you can relax in the knowledge that our professional pest control specialists will take as much time as it takes to evaluate your situation and find a solution that will make your home or business pest free. What is more, our pest control specialists will always take the time to answer all of your questions, whether you are concerned about the health of your family or the impact an infestation will have on your tenants or customers.
At One Stop Pest Services, our pest control specialists carefully record all pest sightings, pest management procedures applied (including pesticide applications), and other recommendations made will aid in organizing the overall pest management program and helping solve any persistent pest problems. Such record keeping is necessary whenever an ongoing program is conducted in sensitive and complex facilities, such as hospitals. Computerized record-keeping systems can make this aspect of the program more efficient.
These records will prove especially valuable during quality control reviews conducted by the pest management firm, and while reviewing progress and issues with hospital administration.
Don't let pests rob you of your sense of security or, even worse, your health or that of your business. Call One Stop Pest Services today for information in regards to the best ways to prevent pest infestations or, if you suspect you may already have unwanted guests, to set up an appointment for a free consultation and estimate with one of our pest control specialists.
Inspection is essential to solving pest problems quickly and economically. It includes asking questions of the customer and examining the premises thoroughly to learn as much as possible about the problem. During the inspection, the professional should look for the harborage areas of pest, conditions of moisture, heat, or darkness that favor infestations.
Positive and accurate identification many times is needed to make a thorough evaluation of the problem and an appropriate recommendation for control. Once the pest has been identified, it is much easier to inspect for other evidence of infestation, harborage areas, and the means by which the pest gained entry.
A recommendation for eliminating the pest problem should be made only after the inspection has been completed and all the facts surrounding the problem are known. The recommendation should include not only what the professional can do for the customer, but also what the customer should do in the way of harborage elimination, building repairs, sanitation, and so forth to make the control program a more successful and lasting one.
Treatment is the next step in the pest management operation. Treatment may include sanitation and harborage removal services, the use of traps or other mechanical devices to catch or prevent pests from entering, and any other activity used to eliminate pests for entering, and prevent their recurrence. Treatment may also involve the use of pesticides.
The final step in urban pest management is program evaluation. Pest population levels must be continually monitored. The customer must also be kept advised on matters of sanitation and how to prevent new pest problems from becoming established, and any recurrence of the pest problem should be attended to before it becomes serious.
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