Conventional Pest Control
When dealing with gardens, some pest control materials destroy everything it touches. This can be problematic because many bugs, worms, and other creatures are important to the health of a garden.
This is equally true for the major surrounding areas such as Boise, Meridian, Nampa, Caldwell, Eagle Idaho and the entire Treasure Valley. Utilizing the right pest control methods allows for control over which pests are eliminated. This allows for the delicate ecosystem of any garden to be maintained.
Chemical immunity is also a possibility that most tend not to think about. Chemically resistant pests are harder to get rid of, may cause more damage, and often result in a larger amount of chemicals being used for their elimination. By utilizing the right methods, one ensures that the pests cannot become immune to the pest control treatments.
Pest control chemicals can be harmful or even fatal if ingested. This can be particularly problematic in a home with small children or individuals with special needs. Making sure that all products used are EPA certified can help to go a long ways into eliminating many health risks.
The Case For Environmentally-Friendly Pest Control
Spilling environmentally-friendly pest control does not require large amounts of specialized cleanup. Instead, almost all of this type of pest control is water soluble. When a traditional pesticide spills, it can be difficult to clean up and residue may linger.
Keeping one’s home, family, and other loved ones from harm is one of the many positive benefits that can be had from utilizing EPA certified forms of pest control. In addition, the health of the soil, home, and other spaces can be better achieved using a certified brand.
The Alpha Home Systems Pest Control division only uses materials that are EPA certified to be used for residential and commercial properties. If you have a question about what types of products are best to be used on your property, call us today at 208-475-4440 or click the link below to visit our contact page.