Pest control does not have to be considered an option for home improvement. It has to be made mandatory. Employing a pest control technician out at your home on a regular basis makes a big difference. It maximizes your family’s safety from bugs. A pest control specialist will spot pests which put your family and home in danger. Thus, regular pest control service is a necessity for any Vaughan homeowner.
Probable pest problems are mitigated early
Most rodents reproduce quickly when they locate a suitable habitable to nest. It can create a soaring effect on the population of pests in your home. A specialized pest control technician has the ability to detect likely pest invasions and prevents them from surging. There’s no more stressing yourself about any pests in your home. A pest technician not only treats prevailing pest problems but also inspects for impending occurances.
Helps prevent fires
Rodents usually chew on things to file down their teeth.
Pesticide exposure is typically a concern for farm workers who apply them, but sometimes unsuspecting people are put through life-threatening experiences by coming into contact with the toxic chemicals.
A couple of months ago, an entire Delaware family became violently ill while vacationing in the U.S. Virgil Islands. Steve Esmond, his wife, and their two sons – one 16 years old and one just over 14 years of age – were enjoying their stay at a luxurious villa located in St. John, when Esmond was found unconscious in their hotel room. Two weeks later, his wife and sons started having seizures as well, and the family was airlifted to hospitals in the United States, where the boys and their father remained in critical condition.
An investigation by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency revealed that the family was poisoned by the highly toxic pesticide methyl bromide, which was used by employees of the pest control company Terminix to fumigate the condo below theirs in order to “deal with an indoor bug.” Methyl bromide, an odorless fumigant and pesticide, can be fatal or cause severe problems in humans, ranging from lung injury and respiratory damage to neurological problems.
The use of chemical pesticides to control pest problems has been the most prevalent form of consciously-applied pest management in the decades following WWII. The first generation included highly toxic and pretty much ineffective compounds, such as arsenic and hydrogen cyanide. The following generations included largely synthetic organic compounds, such as the infamous DDT, which at the time were deemed miraculous for their broad spectrum, high toxicity, and the fact that they weren’t water soluble, so rain couldn’t wash them off.
At the moment, Canadians use millions of pounds of pesticides every year to combat invaders in agricultural crops, gardens, business properties, schools, hospitals, public transportation, and parks. What’s fundamentally wrong about pesticide use is that it doesn’t solve pest problems – it only eliminates existing infestations, leaving the conditions that led to a pest infestation in the first place unchanged. In other words, they address the symptoms, and not the cause, of the problem.