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Professionals Flies management Service

The fly most frequently associated with man is the common housefly (Musca Domestica). The housefly has long been known to be a carrier of diseases. Among the most important are dysentery, cholera, typhoid, infantile or summer diarrhea, pinkeye, and tuberculosis. Besides these there are about 25 more diseases including pinworms, roundworms and tapeworms that may be transmitted by the housefly. A housefly may carry 4,000,000 bacteria on its body and over 28,000,000 in its stomach.

Prevention

Houseflies breed in places where garbage or manure accumulates.

  • Be sure your garbage cans are equipped with tight fitting lids and have no holes. Wash inside of can regularly.
  • Check the garbage storage regularly – is it always neat and clean, or is damp waste allowed to collect on the ground? Even if flies are hatched elsewhere, any accessible waste may attract them.
  • Promptly dispose of pet droppings. Regular removal of the dropping will eliminate them as a fly attractant and a breeding site.

A good fly control program begins with good sanitation practices.

  • Do not allow food to stand exposed where it will attract flies.
  • Properly compost or dispose of grass clippings.
  • Indoor fly control is much more effective when windows and doors are tight fitting. Windows and doors that are equipped with 14 mesh screens will effectively keep out the housefly. They will also keep out many smaller insects.
  • In kitchens, keep the counter surfaces clean. If you need an insecticide to control the flies in your home, apply a household spray or aerosol. Be sure the label indicates the spray is for flying insects. Be extremely careful in using insecticides. Insecticides are poisonous to man and animals – follow the directions on the label. Remember a little goes a long way.
  • Fly swatters are still one of the best methods for control of the occasional fly pest. Keep one handy.
  • Flypaper is also an effective fly control measure – the fly is attracted to it and once it lands on the sticky paper is unable to escape.

 

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Professionals Bedbug services

Biology

  • Bed bugs are small (1/4 inch), brown, oval, flattened insects that feed on blood of people.
  • Bed bugs usually feed at night and hide during the day.
  • Bed bugs hide in tight cracks and crevices such as joints of bed frames, box springs, mattress seams, behind headboards, behind pictures, in peeling wall paper, along edge of carpets, wall sockets, laundry, etc.
  • Bed bugs are not known to transmit disease.
  • For many people, bed bug bites cause no reaction at all, and as a result, bed bug infestations can go un-noticed for many weeks. For other people bed bug bites cause itchy welts similar to mosquito bites. Scratching the itchy bites can result in secondary infections. In rare cases, bed bug bites can cause allergic reactions that require medical treatment.
  • Bed bug infestations can cause some people to lose sleep and/or cause stress and anxiety.
  • Bed bugs are equal opportunity pests. The presence of bed bugs is not a reflection of a person’s cleanliness or economic status.
  • Bed bugs often spread to new locations by hitching rides in suit cases, back packs, bed rolls, used mattresses and other furniture, cardboard boxes, etc.

Surveillance & Control

  • Bed bug infestations are being reported in a wide variety of settings, including houses, apartment complexes, hotels, nursing homes, stores, offices, hospitals, schools, dormitories, moving company warehouses and trucks, merchandise distribution centers, etc.
  • Combating the spread of bed bugs will require the cooperation of everyone, including the pest control industry, homeowners, landlords, hotel management, store management, and many others.
  • Bed bugs are difficult and often expensive to eradicate. Infestations are easier to control if they are discovered early.
  • Possible signs of bed bug infestation include seeing the bugs in cracks and crevices, dark blood spots (black, brown, dark red) along mattress seams, blood spotting on bed sheets, cast skins from molting bugs, sweet musty odor, and unexplained bug bites on exposed skin.
  • Getting rid of bed bugs requires Integrated Pest Management (IPM). IPM includes intensive inspection to find the hiding places, sealing of cracks & crevices, placing mattresses and box springs inside mattress covers, removal and bagging of infested articles, thorough vacuuming, washing and drying dirty clothes, and linens, bagging un-washable items that can’t be chemically treated or washed (hot cycle), and appropriate targeted and repeated pesticide treatments. Other methods being used by some pest control companies include bed bug sniffing dogs to find the bugs and heat treatments (“dry steam”), etc. Bed bugs do not like temperature extremes. Some bug infested items can be treated by bagging it and putting outside in the summer sun/heat. Whenever possible, pesticide treatments should be done by trained professionals. If people do apply their own pesticides, they should be sure to use a product that is labeled for indoor use, labeled for bed bug control and always follow the label instructions. People should never spray their mattresses, bedding or themselves with pesticide! NOTE: some pesticides when improperly used (e.g. some foggers) can cause the bugs to disperse and spread.

Roles of the Community

  • The role of public health in combating bed bugs is primarily one of education about recognition and prevention, bed bug identification, and inspection of hotels.
  • The role of pest control is also one of education to homeowners and using IPM methods to control bed bugs.
  • The role of property managers/landlords is to set tenant policies that help to prevent the introduction and spread of bed bugs, such as requiring incoming tenants to make sure their belongings are free of pests, discouraging tenants from bringing in discarded or donated items, and requiring prompt reporting of bug infestations! Early detection and control is critical, otherwise the infestation will spread throughout the complex. Property managers, tenants and pest control professionals must work cooperatively to eradicate the pests. Engaging in denial and blame will only make the problem worse.
  • The role of homeowners is to prevent bed bugs from coming into your homes (see prevention tips below), or if they do occur at home – control them (use IPM methods and work with pest control professionals) and take steps so as to not spread them further.

Prevention Tips:

  • Carefully inspect any used or new furniture before bringing it into your home. If you see evidence of bed bugs – don’t accept it.
  • Travel Tips:
  1. Check your hotel room for signs of bed bugs. If you see signs, report it to the front desk and get another room. Or, if necessary go to a different hotel. If you have to spend time in a bed bug infested place, keep your belongings sealed up inside garbage bags as much as possible.
  2. Keep suitcases on the luggage rack.
  3. Do not leave clothes on the floor, and seal up dirty clothes in a bag. Keep clothes in the bag until you are ready to wash them. Wash & dry dirty clothes on a hot cycle.
  4. Do not bring luggage back into your home without inspecting it first. When in doubt, luggage can be sealed inside garbage bags until you have time to inspect it and unpack.

 

Professionals Tick management Service

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  • Feed outdoor pets and monitor consumption to ensure that all food is eaten by pets during daylight hours which discourages visitation by mice, rats, squirrels, birds, feral cats, opossums, raccoons and other potential wildlife tick hosts.
  • Likewise, keep bird feeders in open, bare ground areas away from pet kennels and bedding and away from the home and garage/storage shop entrances.
  • Consider using a steam cleaner/sprayer when disinfecting pet crates and kennel housings, paying particular attention to steaming cracks and crevices in concrete slabs or pavers of outdoor kennels and along home foundations where ticks may be hiding. Boiling water can also be poured along edges of slabs and into gaps around outdoor flooring to control any residual ticks.
  • Utilize non-toxic chemical alternatives in and around the home. If or when chemical control is required, treat pets or premises using the least toxic chemical response that will achieve acceptable control, especially when children are present. Successful control and management of ticks and other arthropod pests in the home environment usually requires repeated use of a combination of non-chemical and chemical treatment procedures (e.g. IPM) to achieve effective and lasting results.

We as professionals never recommend anone to use chemicals at their own for their pets they should consult  doctors .we usually spray as spot treatment at the particular areas by identify the area and use of IPM.

 

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Professionals Mosquito Control Service

All mosquitoes have four stages of development-egg, larva, pupa, and adult, and spend their larval and pupal stages in water. The females of some mosquito species deposit eggs on moist surfaces, such as mud or fallen leaves, that may be near water but dry. Later, rain or irrigation re-flood these surfaces and stimulate the eggs to hatch into larvae. The females of other species deposit their eggs directly on the surface of still water in such places as ditches, street catch basins, tire tracks, streams that are drying up, and fields or excavations that hold water for some time. This water is often stagnant and close to the home in discarded tires, ornamental pools, unused wading and swimming pools, tin cans, bird baths, plant saucers, and even gutters and flat roofs. The eggs deposited on such waters soon hatch into larvae. In the hot summer months, larvae grow rapidly, become pupae, and emerge in 4 – 7 days later as flying adult mosquitoes.

Only the Female Can Bite

After adult mosquitoes mate, the female seeks a blood meal to obtain the protein necessary for the development of her eggs. The females of a few species may produce a first batch of eggs without this first blood meal. After a blood meal is digested and the eggs are laid, the female mosquito again seeks a blood meal to produce a second batch of eggs. Depending on her stamina and the weather, she may repeat this process many times without mating again. The male mosquito does not take a blood meal, but may feed on plant nectar. He lives for only a short time after mating.

Winter Survival Is Important

Most mosquito species survive winter in the egg stage, awaiting the spring thaw, when waters warm and the eggs hatch. A few important species spend the winter as adult, mated females, resting in protected, cool locations, such as cellars, sewers, crawl spaces, and well pits. With warm spring days, these females seek a blood meal and begin the cycle again. Only a few species can over winter as larvae.

Mosquitoes Can Transmit Disease

Mosquito-borne diseases, such as malaria and yellow fever, have plagued civilization for thousands of years. Organized mosquito control in the Central India has greatly reduced the incidence of these diseases. However, there are still a few diseases that mosquitoes in centarl India can transmit, including  Delhi ,Bihar  and Chattishgarh. The frequency and extent of these diseases depend on a complex series of factors.

Preventing and Reducing Mosquitoes

When mosquitoes are numerous and interfere with living, recreation, and work, you can reduce their annoyance by some preventive measures.

Reduce the amount of standing water The most efficient method of controlling mosquitoes is by reducing the availability of water suitable for larval and pupal growth. Large lakes, ponds, and streams that have waves, contain mosquito-eating fish, and lack aquatic vegetation around their edges usually do not contain mosquitoes; mosquitoes thrive in smaller bodies of water in protected places. Examine your home and neighborhood and take the following precautions:

  • Dispose of unwanted tin cans and tires.
  • Clean clogged roof gutters and drain flat roofs.
  • Stock ornamental pools with fish.
  • Change water in birdbaths, fountains, and troughs twice a week.
  • Clean and chlorinate swimming pools; when not regularly used, they should be emptied.
  • Turn over unused wading pools and other containers that tend to collect rainwater.
  • Cover containers tightly with window screen or plastic when storing rainwater for garden use during drought periods.
  • Ensure evaporative runoff is not creating puddles.
  • Avoid over-irrigation.

What attracts mosquitoes?  Mosquitoes are attracted by perspiration, warmth, body odor, carbon dioxide, and light. Several devices are sold that are supposed to attract, trap, and destroy mosquitoes and other flying insects. However, if these devices are attractive to mosquitoes, they probably attract more mosquitoes into the area and may, therefore, increase rather than decrease mosquito annoyance.

Repellents can offer relief.  Various repellents can be purchased as creams, lotions, or in pressurized cans and applied to the skin and clothing. Some manufacturers also offer clothing impregnated with repellents; coarse, repellent-bearing particles to be scattered on the ground; and candles whose wicks can be lit to release a repellent chemical. The effectiveness of all repellents varies from location to location, from person to person, and from mosquito to mosquito. Repellents can be especially effective in recreation areas, where mosquito control may not be conducted.

Use insect repellent containing DEET (N, N-diethyl-meta-toluamide), with concentrations of 30-35% DEET for adults and 15% for children. Do not use repellent on infants. Repellents containing concentrations of more than 35% DEET do not provide additional protection. Picaridin is a good substitute for those with sensitive skin. Note: whenever insecticide or insect repellent is used, be sure to read and follow the manufacturer’s directions for use, as printed on the product.

Other Personal Protective Measures

  • Avoid being outdoors between dusk and dawn when mosquitoes are most active and likely to bite.
  • Wear loose-fitting, long-sleeved shirts and long pants when outdoors.
  • Spray clothing with insect repellent containing DEET. Mosquitoes may bite through thin clothing.
  • Install or repair window and door screens so that mosquitoes cannot get indoors. Avoid leaving doors and windows without screens open.
  • Vitamin B and “ultrasonic” devices are NOT effective in preventing mosquito bite

 

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Professionals Line Barrier Service

Sharing your home with any one of the thousands of insect species found in this country is never fun. Not only can the spread of diseases be attributed to some ‘Creepy Crawlies’ and ‘Casual Intruders’ but they can also damage your home and possessions, not to mention the real distress they can cause to the many Herpetophobics – a fear of Creepy Crawlies! – in this country.

 Crawlie Problems

There are thousands of different species of ‘Creepy Crawlies’ or ‘Casual Intruder’ but a few of the more common ones are:  Centipedes, millipedes, Scorpio ,carpet beetle ,Silverfish ,ants ,Earwigs, Spiders, Lizards,etc

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Professionals Pigeon Away Service

pigeon removal is the ultimate bird control method. In fact, it is the most innovative bird control product out there. Using any other method would hinder your house's appearance and is not always effective. Orlando pigeon removal creates a barrier that makes it physically impossible for birds to land or perch.

Spikes
Dense, Transparent Needle Strips, block pest birds from their "landing strips" very effective but expensive "keep off" sign you can post. Birds instinctively fly to "landing strips" such as roof ledges, windowsills, building projections, signs, statues, trusses and beams. Now you can keep them from landing on your property permanently!
TOUGH. Long-lasting provides decades of maintenance-free protection.
TRANSPARENT. It does the job without marring the look of your property. It's xpractically invisible.
DENSE. Top branches protrude from the vertical shafts to give impenetrable coverage. No need to double up.
FLEXIBLE. Mounts easily on flat, curved or irregular surfaces - whether wood, metal xor masonry.
ENVIRONMENT SAFE AND NON-LETHAL. Nothing to rust or deteriorate.

Netting
Netting is the most efficient and effective method to prevent birds from entering parking garages, airline hangers, warehouses, loading docks, attics, eves, courtyards and other exposed enclosures. Netting is manufactured from knotted polyethylene twine, is flame resistant, and very strong. When installed, netting is virtually invisible.

 

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Bees are flying insects closely related to wasp and ants and are known for their role in pollination and for producing honey and beewax. Bees are a monophylactic  lineage within the superfamily apoidea, presently classified by the unranked taxon name Anthophila. There are nearly 20,000 known species of bees in seven to nine recognized families,though many are undescribed and the actual number is probably higher. They are found on every continent except Antractica, in every habitat on the planet that contains insect-pollinated flowering plant

.Although bees can be considered to be a nuisance to most people, we at PCP consider them to have a great ecological importance.  In light of this, we conduct a professional service that is eco-friendly by removing the hives and solving your problem without killingthe bees*.

* Proper access to the beehive is required.

Service Offerings

- Eco-Friendly.
- No uses of pesticides, bees are NOT killed.


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Professionals Lizard Control Service :

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Geckos are lizards  belonging to the infraorder Gekkota, found in warm climates throughout the world. They range from 1.6 to 60 cm. Most geckos cannot blink, but they often lick their eyes to keep them clean and moist. They have a fixed lens within each iris that enlarges in darkness.

Geckos are unique among lizards in their vocalizations. They use chirping sounds in social interactions with other geckos. They are the most species-rich group of lizards, with about 1,500 different species worldwide. The New Latin gekko and English "gecko" stem from the Indonesian-Malay gēkoq, which is imitative of the sound the animals make.

All geckos, excluding the Eublepharidae family, lack eyelids and instead have a transparent membrane, which they lick to clean. Nocturnal species have excellent night vision; their eyes are 350 times more sensitive to light than the human eye.

They should be protected and released as an important part of your organic pest control programs ,But Geckos sometime is critical when they found in Pharmaceuticals unit or In food preparation area in Hospitality. Humans sometime afraid of this pest and causes nuisance to them That’s why they are called as Pest and need to be controlled or caught.if you find this at your home,office or want lizard control in your units you can call us on 08899954321.

 

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Professionals Wood Borer service

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Powderpost beetles are a group of seventy species of woodboring beetles classified in the insect subfamily Lyctinae.These beetles, along with spider beetles, death watch beetles, common furniture beetles, skin beetles, and others, make up the superfamily Bostrichoidea. While most woodborers have a large prothorax, powderpost beetles do not, making their heads more visible. In addition to this, their antennae have two-jointed clubs. They are considered pests and attack deciduous trees, over time reducing the wood to a powdery dust. The damage caused by longhorn beetles (family Cerambycidae) is often confused with that of powderpost beetles, but the two groups are unrelated. Their larvae are white and C-shaped.

Powderpost beetles feed on deciduous trees including certain hardwoods or softwoods depending on the species. Some hardwoods are naturally immune if they have low starch content or if their pore diameters are too small for the female beetle's ovipositor to lay her eggs in.

Wood preservatives can be used to prevent beetle infestation. Common treatments may use boron.

Items that can be infested by powderpost beetles include wooden tools or tool handles, frames, furniture, gun stocks, books, toys, bamboo, flooring, and structural timbers.

The term "powderpost" comes from the fact that the larvae of these beetles feed on wood and, given enough time, can reduce it to a mass of fine powder. Because of this behavior, they are considered pests.

 

Professionals Snake Away Service

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Snake control can discourage snakes from staying in an area by cutting off their food supply and cover. Mow closely around homes and outbuildings, and store firewood and lumber away from residences. Reduce mulch layers around shrubs to discourage small animals. Close cracks and crevices in buildings and around pipes and utility connections with 1/4- inch mesh hard- ware cloth or foam sealent. All doors and windows should have tightly fitting screens. Seal around all foundation vents pluming lines in craw space, basements and attic vents, some snakes can climb. If you have signs of snakes in the attic, trim tree limbs and seal attic vents with meash hard-ware cloth. Fill old stump holes with gravel and cover with dirt. Seal cracks in walls with cement and cover drain pipe with 1/4-inch hardware cloth. Fill chipmunk holes along cement walks and drive way with gravel and cover with dirt

However spray of snake repellents at the periphery of the building premises can help to repel snake to some extent. Killing of snake is against the wildlife act and owner should have emergency numbers when they face such problem.so that snake may not enter in the premises our professionals Snake away service can be helpful just give us a call on 08899954321,