The team at Johnson Pest Control is proud to abide by Integrated Pest Management principles in all of our services. IPM is an industry-leading pest control method that focuses on preventing pest infestations using an environmentally-sensitive approach. Long-term prevention is the key to controlling pests, and Johnson is committed to providing pest solutions you can count on.
The History of IPM
When IPM was first rolled out, it was designed for agriculture pest control. It has since transformed into the go-to practice for preventing pest problems in homes, schools, hotels, and other commercial buildings. Although it sounds complex, IPM is fairly simple: it is an Eco-friendly pest strategy that uses common sense and scientific principles to come up with effective pest solutions.
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Benefits of Integrated Pest Management
Traditional pest control methods focus on the use of potentially dangerous pesticides and other chemical-laden products to exterminate pests. IPM methods, however, focus on preventing pest infestations before they begin and try to only use pesticides when absolutely necessary. There are many benefits to IPM, including:
- Integrated Pest Management plans are customized to the location and goals of your property.
- IPM has been proven to be the safest, most cost-effective, and environmentally-friendly pest control method.
- IPM programs focus on identifying pests, monitoring them, preventing infestations, and keeping records of the unique pest problems your property faces.
IPM Pest Control
At Johnson Pest Control, we are committed to providing our customers with pest control that is safe for their family or employees, which is why we employ IPM practices. Whether you need residential pest control or commercial pest management, we will focus on preventing pests before they become a problem. Contact Johnson today to learn more about our Integrated Pest Management methods.Back to About Johnson Pest Control
Integrated Pest Management in Sevierville TN
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