Pests come in all shapes and sizes. They range from tiny hordes of termites or ants to a single animal that has made your attic its new home. No matter the pest, it means that your Manhattan home or business has been invaded. This could result in minor conveniences, such as the sound of something rustling in your attic, to a significant hazard, like contamination or property damage.
This is why H2 Environmental Pest Management was created. To 1) eliminate pests from the homes and businesses of our Manhattan clients and 2) to minimize the damage that wildlife and insects can cause to a property.
We know that the people of Manhattan have more than one option when it comes to hiring a company to deal with their pest problems. And if you are here on this page you are probably asking yourself, “is this the company I should choose?”
A straightforward question deserves a straightforward answer. H2 Environmental Pest Management has years of experience helping Manhattan stay pest-free. Our pest control technicians are extensively trained but the real key is that our training never stops. We are constantly attending workshops and seminars to understand the latest developments in the field. We regularly, perform research on new products and methods to see if it will improve the services we provide to our Manhattan clients.
We are fully licensed and insured and offer accurate estimates after the initial inspection of the premises. Of course, having these qualifications doesn’t mean much if you don’t take the time to listen to the concerns of your clients. That is why we make a special point to talk with our clients about what their expectations are and give them a detailed plan on what we will be doing to eliminate the pest.
People often think that pest control just means applying a pesticide to an area. This is not the case when it comes to a truly professional pest control company. What is necessary is an integrated pest management (IPM) techniques. This means that the technicians can identify pests and know about their habits, lifecycle, needs, and dislikes. We start by using the least toxic method (green products whenever possible) and monitor the activity of the pests. Getting rid of a pest necessitates using the right products and methods at the right time. For instance, if the majority of the pests are still in the developmental stage, focusing only on the developed adults will not solve the problem only provide a short term solution.