Eco Pest Solutions specializes at removing unwanted pests from your household and keeping it that way. Eliminating all pests from your premise is very close to impossible; therefore, we aim to manage their population and limit the areas that they are allowed to inhabit. In order to truly achieve a pest-free home, we aspire to create a sustainable environment for both human and pest so they can live in harmony.
The commonly found pests are termites, ants, cockroaches and rats.
Ants are problematic pests commonly found in most households due to their extremely adaptive nature. They can cause damage to properties by invading food stocks and nesting in various areas. Some species of ants tend to attack human with their poisonous stingers. The severity of an ant bite can range from a small irritation to, in severe cases, an anaphylactic shock.
Cockroaches are one of the most common household pests. They are known to transmit harmful microbes to human through their body surfaces or feces. These insects are known to be an intermediate host for several parasites, which can be very dangerous to your family. Cockroaches release allergens along their walking path, causing allergic reactions and asthma in humans after extended period of exposure.
Termites are colonial insects that are best known for their wood-eating habit. These insects can enter unprotected structures through susceptible points such as cracks in the wall. To many homeowners’ dismay, a termite invasion can be undetected until wooden structures or other household goods have suffered extensive damage.
|Moreover, the damage that termites incur is not limited to wooden structures, but also to cellulose-based material such as paper, cloth and carpet.|
Rats are uninvited guests that tend to ravage food stock and damage household furniture. Its gnawing and digging habits can cause secondary damages to a building’s structure and material (e.g. electrical short-circuit and floor collapse). An infamous carrier of diseases, rats have been known to spread diseases to humans such as leptospirosis, typhus and plague.