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Pest Preventive Guide for Homeowner

Having a Pest Control Program for your Home may not necessarily means “Your home is fully Protected” nor does the Pest will not settle in your Home again during the contractual period. However, you are assured of our “Guaranteed to Return Program” when pest show up. 

There are things you can do to help prevent pests from getting into your home.

Here are some of our suggestions and recommendations for you - the homeowner:

Pest Prevention Exercise:

  • Inspect for any plumbing leaks, get it fix. Accumulation of water or moist area can attract Pests, for they love Dark, Damp and Dirty areas.

  • Are there any cracks or crevices that require sealing so that water will not soak in, your Bathtub is one possible spot to look at. This is to assure insects like drain-fly and ants cannot enter it. Check them out!

  • Inspect your grocery packages or boxes before bringing them inside your home. Pests can be transported through this Packages and being introduced into your Home.

  • Check the Gutters that are not blocked by debris like leaf litter, this is to prevent ants and other insects from breeding. Stagnant water may cause mosquito breeding in a hard to reach location. Clean all unnecessary clutter periodically. Also, flower pots or containers that are unused shall be inverted to prevent water collection.

  • Keep garbage Area clean, common Pests like ants, roaches and flies can be found feeding and breeding in the garbage.

  • Any attached tree branches that come into contact with the building-Trim it, Prune it !. Crawling insects like Ants can enter a building by this route.

  • Remove woodpiles away from the home’s foundation. This discourages rodent nesting or insect colonization next to the home.

  • If lighting to be used for outdoor, especially porch area, try using Vapor lights to lessen flying Insects which may find its way inside the Home.

Pest Invasion - Frequently Asked Questions

Why do Pests infest my home, Don’t they have their own habitat?
Do you think Common household pests, such as Rats, Ants and Cockroaches, slipped into your premise for nothing? Of course they don’t. They come for a common purpose, to stay nearby where foods are plentiful. Just as Human need Food, Water and Shelter to survive, so do these insects or Rats too. 

We make it a little easy for them by our food debris. By doing so, they crossed border to invade, finally, here, you ran into them and in need to get rid of them. There are a number of steps a homeowner can take to help keep their home pest-free and One of which you can Direct your queries to us, see if we can help.

How do you Manage or Control pests inside my home?
To understand that insects survive better in their habitat where they breed, feed and fend for themselves against predators. They live outside your home. The common insects that you see become a Pest when they crawl into your Home in Search for food and probably shelter in the crack and crevices found inside. 

When they become an annoying Pest, that’s where a control program is required to get rid of those in your Home.

This Pest Control Program begins with an Inspection to find out what type or where Pest harborages are and how extensive the damage they have done. Subsequently, a minimal pesticide is applied. Should reduction of Pest is successful inside your Home, the next move is focusing on the outer area or the exterior part of the building, to prevent pest build up, from entering inside your home.

Is Hiring a Professional Pest Operator will do the Job?
There are ways you can view Professional Pest Operator in term of their Pest Knowledge ability, safety in handling pesticides and proper application of materials to manage Pests.

You can ask ,“Are they certified and by whom? "

Here are some general guidelines for choosing a Pest Control Company:

  • Look for a Reputable company that is knowledgeable in this field of dealing with Pest Activities.

  • Ask friends and associates to recommend companies they use or have used.

  • Look for their memberships in industry association with the Pest Control of Malaysia (PCAM) that provide ethical guidelines.

  • Be certain the company is licensed by the Pesticide Board Malaysia

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