The Benefits of Using Green Pest Control Methods
A pest infestation can cause you to be justifiably upset. Not only are rodents and pests unwanted in your home, but they can also bring bacteria and cause serious structural damage if left undisturbed.
With that said, removing a bug or rodent infestation with harsh chemicals can lead to long-term consequences for your home, garden, and family. Instead, using green or biological pest control can be just as effective for removing pests without any downsides.
Conventional pest control and extermination methods often rely on harsh toxins and poisonous chemicals to eradicate the invaders. While this is highly effective for exterminating pests, it can also kill helpful bacteria, bees, and local wildlife such as squirrels and birds.
Additionally, these toxic chemicals are not organically disposed of, and when they are sprayed outdoors, the toxins seep into the ground, where the chemicals can mix in with your soil. Furthermore, if a toxic pesticide is sprayed inside your home, the chemical can linger in the air and potentially impact your health.
Instead, consider working with a company that understands and implements green pest control methods. At Gilpin’s Pest Control, we use a mixture of Biopesticides and humane trapping methods to safely and effectively remove unwanted pests or rodents from your property.
If you are dealing with an unwanted ant, bed bug, bird, rat, silverfish, wasp, or other infestation, we can help. We have supplied Lower Mainland with green pest control methods for over 35 years. We offer accurate estimates, experienced technicians, and fast service.
Gilpin’s Pest Control is a family-owned business operating on the Lower Mainland in Greater Vancouver and the BC Interior including Kamloops, Revelstoke, and Sicamous. After 35 years in the business, we do a stellar job and are proud of our rapid response time.
If you have any questions about this article or you would like to talk to us about pest control needs, please call us toll-free at (800) 770-2428.