Pest Control Methods
At GIlpin's Pest Control, we use a variety of different pest control methods depending on the circumstances. Below are some of the techniques we commonly use.
Biological Pest Control for Ants and BedBugs
For bed bug control we can apply a specific bacteria (beauveria bassiana) to an active bed bug infestation that is safe for people and pets and can eliminate an infestation in 1-2 weeks.
Clean Up Services
Our clean up services help to ensure no pests are lingering in your home. We use a HEPA filter vacuum and disinfectant to the area to neutralize any harmful pathogens, pheromones, and odor-causing substances.
Exterior Rodent Control
At Gilpin's Pest Control, we can set up traps, bait stations, and rodenticide to prevent pests and critters from entering your home. Our rodenticide is effective within a week and safe for your family and pets.
Heat Treatment for Bed Bugs
Heater Treatment is our preferred method for getting rid of bed bugs. Heat treatment for bed bugs refers to using a series of electric heaters and fans to raise the temperature of an affected room to over 113 degrees F, making it inhabitable for bed bugs.
Live Trapping and Relocation Wildlife
Our professional wildlife control experts can manage the humane removal of urban wildlife from your home. Protect your home and the wildlife with our safe and effective live trapping and relocation service.
Pest exclusion, at its simplest, is a tactic that exterminators use to ensure pests they have removed will not enter your home or building again after a pest-eliminating program has been done.
Industrial/Commercial IPM Programs
Our Industrial & Commercial IPM Programs are designed to keep your location free of pests and control any pest issue before it becomes an infestation or causes any damage. We can manage pest problems effectively.
Residential Monthly IPM Programs
Our Residential Monthly IPM Programs include the control and management of rodents and general pest issues. We treat any problems and give you the knowledge needed to prevent them from occurring again.