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When it comes to pest control activity, in Boston, it is best to take an approach that will solve the existing infestation as well as provide a long‐term solution. In Massachusetts, we see a wide range of pest species and activity. It is important to hire a pest control specialist familiar with the pests in your specific area. At Ultra Safe Pest Management, our pest professionals are trained to find a complete solution rather than just “exterminating” the current pest infestation. We do this by applying the basic principles of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) to all of our pest control services and preventative programs. IPM is a comprehensive approach to pest control. It utilizes thorough pest inspections, targeted exterminating treatments and environmental modification. Figuring out the who, what, where, when, why and how of the current pest issue is an essential element of IPM and long‐term pest protection. Before hiring a licensed exterminator or pest control company in Boston, be sure the pest company has certified, IPM pest specialists. These are the only pest control operators in Massachusetts that are qualified to solve pest problems and provide long‐term results. Both commercial and residential properties will benefit from an IPM pest program. A certified technician is sent to conduct a thorough pest inspection. This is where the inspector determines the species of pest present, the size of the existing pest populations, the cause of the pest activity and how long the pests problem has been going on. The pest specialist should then design and implement a site‐specific plan of action based on the findings of the pest inspection. This pest management plan should include pest proofing, treating existing activity, getting everyone involved with changes in procedures and follow‐up visits. In Boston, the city’s Inspectional Services Department requires IPM pest plans for any commercial and multi‐unit residential buildings. The Massachusetts Child Protection Act requires all day‐care and child‐care programs to have an IPM plan on file before any pest control treatments can be performed. Call today to speak with a cer..fied professional 866‐472‐5858
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