Prevent pests and live green with eco-friendly pest control in South Carolina.
Do you need pest control services but want an option that’s a little more “green”? There are ways to “go green” with eco-friendly pest control in South Carolina.
Green pest control is designed to have less of an impact on the environment. Thorough research has been done to ensure that these pest control methods are safe while still delivering the results you are looking for.
IPM = Integrated Pest Management
Integrated pest management, also known as IPM, is an eco-system-based pest control method. IPM is environmentally sensitive and uses knowledge of bug life cycles to help keep yards pest-free. By using habitat manipulation and other factors, this method of pest control can manage pest damage in the most economical way with the least amount of impact to people, property, or the environment.
IPM pest control can be used anywhere- in your home, garden, or at your place of business. It tackles your pest problems by first assessing the area, then identifying and monitoring the current pests, and ultimately creating a plan of care. This care plan will include eco-friendly pesticides and environmental manipulations.
Is eco-friendly pest control effective?
Yes, eco-friendly pest control is effective. Whether you are trying DIY natural repellents or using a pest control company with green options, you should see results. By combining biological and physical controls along with green pesticides, you can effectively keep pests away.
Eco-Friendly, Green Pest Control in South Carolina
Hilton Head Exterminators is proud to offer state-of-the-art, effective green pest control techniques and products. Our Integrated Pest Management (IPM) approach is focused on managing pest damage with the least possible hazard to the environment. In addition to the traditional pest management techniques that we use, Hilton Head Exterminators is pleased to offer an Eco-Friendly Green alternative. Simply mention "Green" when you email or call us, and we will get you started today.