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By: Robert S.
Evergreen Pest Solutions
Very unprofessional. .I was woke up by my doorbell .when I opened the door hunter cambell from evergreen pest control tried to ignore my no soliciting sign above the doorbell ..I asked him why he did that and he started cussing me and my home after asking him to leave my property 4 times he ran into the middle of the street and try to pravoke a fight..then I went into the house and get phone to tape him and call police he was gone and there was spit all over my car and my other car had a huge Crack and footprint were he kicked it..I called and filled a complaint with the police which generated a police report...I called his boss and waited for return call...when he did return call he basically provoked a verbal fight on the phone so he could justify hanging up on me..he didn't care about the no soliciting sign so know I have to have my lawyer handle this and take him to court....thanks evergreen pest control and hunter cambell...
Tips & Advices
Baits can be effective in situations where you're dealing with a relatively small number of pests. But in cases where there is a full infestation, pest control sprays usually provide a quicker and more thorough solution. Keep in mind, though, that sprays can be toxic to both humans and the environment. In many cases, baiting can be a safer and less hazardous choice.
Yes, many commercial pest control companies offer green products. Certain pest control chemicals can be harmful to both humans and the environment. Some commercial pest control companies use eco-friendly, biodegradable options to keep pests in check, with active ingredients such as mint, rosemary, thyme, boric acid, and diatomaceous earth.
In many cases, pest control methods used in commercial and residential environments are the same, but there may be differences in the way these methods are implemented. For example, both residential and commercial pest control may incorporate pest exclusion, which aims to keep pests out by sealing and securing a building's access points. Since many commercial facilities cover much more space than the typical residence, implementation of this approach would be different.
Commercial pest control differs from residential in the amount of care required. Because many commercial facilities are much larger than the typical home or apartment, commercial pest control often entails more frequent service. While residential pest control usually requires monthly or quarterly service, commercial pest control may take place on a weekly or bi-weekly basis.
Certain pests are common in commercial settings. Rats and mice plague many businesses of all types. In addition to carrying diseases, such as tuberculosis and salmonella, rodents can cause costly damage by gnawing into pipe work and electrical wires. Bed bugs are a growing nuisance. These pests may be found in hotels and student accommodations, and they can even infest office furniture. Flies are commonly found in restaurants, bars, and food factories.

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