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Pest Control for Businesses

Business People LogoBeing in business is a real challenge these days. Businesses owners and managers have so many responsibilities to juggle that they sometimes feel like clowns in a circus, trying to keep all the balls in the air at one time. With all those responsibilities to balance, who has the time to worry about pest control?

We do.

ALLGone Services has nearly two decades of experience providing high-quality pest management and IPM services to businesses of all kinds in the DFW area. We've watched commercial pest control evolve from the "exterminator" coming once or twice a month to spray baseboards, to the highly-scientific IPM (Integrated Pest Management) approach, which places emphasis upon monitoring and non-chemical pest control rather than the routine use of pesticides.

ALLGone provides IPM and conventional pest control services to businesses and organizations of all kinds, including:

We are familiar with the laws, rules, regulations, and industry policies governing all kinds of businesses and facilities, and we'll make sure that you're in compliance by taking care of all the paperwork and record-keeping requirements, as well as performing the actual pest control services.

In other words, when you hire ALLGone to provide pest control for your business or organization, you've purchased a total, comprehensive solution to your pest control problems.

What is Integrated Pest Management?

Integrated Pest Management is a scientific approach to pest control that emphasizes pest monitoring and non-chemical control methods (such as exclusion and trapping), as opposed to the routine use of pesticides. Instead of routinely spraying insecticides throughout a building, IPM technicians perform thorough inspections of all areas of the account, and apply corrective measures when pest infestations or conditions conducive to pest infestations are found.

Depending on the situation, corrective measures may consist of installing sticky traps or light traps to catch the pests, sealing up cracks and crevices, installing window screens or air curtains, installing multiple-catch mousetraps, or applying a chemical pesticide.

When pesticides are used, every effort is made to select the least-toxic product that will be effective against the particular pest. Nowadays, this is pretty easy: The last decade has seen an explosion in the availability of low-toxicity, naturally-derived pest control products. These products are sometimes called "organic" pesticides.

In addition, IPM programs tend to concentrate more on the outsides of buildings than conventional pest control programs do. Many pest problems can be taken care of by exterior treatments or non-chemical exclusion methods, which in turn reduces or eliminates the need to apply pesticides inside the buildings.

Many businesses and organizations are required either by law or policy (or both) to utilize the IPM approach. But IPM is also gaining popularity even where it's not absolutely required because it minimizes the use of chemical pesticides, which is always a good idea, but is an especially good idea in business environments. By reducing pesticide use, you also reduce odors, staining, inconvenience to employees and customers, and complaints from individuals who claim to have become ill as a result of a pesticide application.

Covered Pests

Every one of our commercial accounts is unique, and the covered pests will reflect those that are most common to be a problem in your type of business and facility. Usually, however, the covered pests will include:

Again, each of our commercial plans is custom-designed for each customer's specific needs, so the above insects are just examples. Your particular plan will be custom-tailored to your needs.

For more information about our commercial IPM plans, or any of our high-quality pest management services, please contact us.


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