Knock, Knock: Are You Home?
A friendly professional face greets you, tote in hand and a belt with various tools to exterminate, wearing a suit – it’s the exterminator! The chemicals he has are to ensure radiation of pests. He walks into your office or home and assess the situation, letting you know what to expect in the service and treatment options. There are a few instances when a technician may walk into your space and acknowledge what is there, explaining he will need extra time or an additional technician to help him rectify the pests or vermin you are pestered with.
After the initial inspection, the technician will inform you – the customer – and us – the office – what he found present, allowing us to determine if the customer needs a preparation sheet in order to gain maximum service. With heavy infestations and winter nearing, it is important to notify a local extermination company and let them know what you see present, to begin eradicating the pests or vermin before the snow begins to fall at our toes.
Making Fleas Flee
Kittens are the cutest, right? Well, let me teach you why you are wrong in this case. New York City is vastly populated by unwanted pets. Kittens and cats pounce around the city, catching fleas and carrying them within their fur to unwanted areas. Would you let a stranger into your home? I think not! This should carry through for pets as well.
Pests are common during certain seasons. Allowing a kitten or cat to intrude into your home is unsafe. Part of the technicians’ job is to ensure that the fleas that have bounced off the cat and into your home are removed safely. Following this would be the removal of the cat that caused the fleas to arrive in your home. Having the fleas flee from your home is a hard process. Yet, once the technician starts on the treatment and service the fleas will decrease significantly until the point of eradication.
Avoidance of Pests Entry