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Our Las Vegas Occasional Invader Pest Control – Emergency, Same-Day, And Appointment-Only
An occasional invader is a group of insects that occasionally infiltrate buildings for one reason or another. These insect species are notorious for invading houses, commercial buildings, public facilities, and government entities. In most cases, the pest does not reproduce after a successful infiltration, which is always a plus for the victims.
The most commonly reported occasional invader sightings in Las Vegas include the following:
Why Are Occasional Invaders Targeting My Las Vegas Home?
Occasional invaders find themselves indoors during a food-foraging expedition or other activities. In most cases, the home infiltration is accidental. However, some of these insect species intend to infiltrate the home to avoid unsavory weather conditions outdoors.
The occasional invader accesses the home via small access points, such as gaps between the bottom of an entrance door and the top of the threshold. It is crucial to address these vulnerabilities once your home is declared “pest-free” once again.
What Is The Best Pest Control Strategy For Occasional Invader Infestations?
We get asked this question all the time by Las Vegas consumers. And, the answer is always the same – professional pest management, which combines regular occasional invader inspections with customized treatment, followed up by an effective prevention plan.
We believe our professional pest management is ideal for occasional invader infestations of all severity levels. Unfortunately, the same thing cannot be truthfully said about DIY pesticides and insecticides.
Do Pesticides Pose Environmental Risks That We Should Be Concerned About?
Thanks to a nationwide public awareness campaign, Americans are more familiar with pesticides than ever before. The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has joined forces with manufacturers to create a set of guidelines designed to protect humans, animals, and the environment from potentially harmful chemicals found in pesticides.
Our pest control products and techniques are deemed “safe” when our exterminators heed the EPA guidelines and manufacturer’s recommendations. We do our part to protect our clients and their family and pets by refusing to initiate treatment while the home is occupied.
How Do Exterminators Deal With Occasional Invader Infestation?
We face occasional invader infestations head-on. We never turn away from a pest infestation. In fact, we believe our professional pest management is the solution for infestations of all severity levels. In addition to a customized pest management strategy, routine visual pest inspections are a necessity for a positive outcome.
We highly recommend our clients and their family get involved in the pest control process right from the get-go. This will open up a door of communication for the household members and our exterminators.
Can I Schedule The Occasional Invader Inspection To Take Place While I Am At Work?
Yes, we encourage our clients to continue their daily routine as usual, even on the scheduled appointment date. We can meet up with you or another household member to retrieve the key for your home. When the treatment is complete, we will return the key to a location of choice. Once your pest inspection request is submitted to our Las Vegas extermination company, it will take anywhere between 24 and 48 hours to process it.
Do Pest Control Products Generate Greenhouse Gases?
Some pesticides and insecticides produce greenhouse gases. Even the manufacturing of pesticides contributes its share to the high volume of greenhouse gas emissions in the United States. While we continuously search for new ways to reduce our carbon imprint, we hope the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will join forces with pesticide manufacturers to combat greenhouse gas emissions.
Until then, we will continue heeding the agency’s guidelines and manufacturer’s recommendations.
What You Can Do To Keep Occasional Invaders Outdoors Where They Belong?
Our clients can do their part in the extermination process by doing the following:
- Develop a non-refrigerated food storage system that utilizes glass and BPA-free plastic containers with lids.
- Develop a household waste disposal routine to help eliminate insect food sources.
- Repair or replace damaged plumbing pipes as soon as possible.
- Improve ventilation in high humidity areas like underneath the bathroom and kitchen sinks, basements, and crawlspaces.
- Inspect shopping bags immediately after bringing them into your home because occasional invaders have been found in exposed food packages, such as potatoes.