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Forward Thinking Pest Control
“Going to school” is supposed to be an adventure for children but not because pests and rodents share their classroom. The presence of pests and rodents in schools can seriously affect the health of both students and teachers, which makes professional pest control essential to providing a safe learning environment.
Although a “hot” topic for parents and educators, IPM (Integrated Pest Management) in schools is rarely understood. Common sense and sound solutions are the foundation for IPM, and where children’s health is concerned, these are critical. IPM practices in schools focus upon 1) inspection, 2) identification and 3) treatment by EHS service specialists.
IPM is a more holistic approach to pest control, as treatments are based on each school’s unique needs. EHS does not use a "one size fits all" approach in IPM but rather the best treatment for your particular pest problem. Whether it is sealing cracks, removing a food or water source or, when necessary, employing pesticide treatments, IPM is about individual and comprehensive treatment of pest problems.
EHS has earned the coveted QualityPro Schools designation, meaning that the company recognizes that pests in schools need to be managed in a careful and environmentally responsible way. EHS is one of only 50 companies nationwide that have qualified for the prestigious acclamation. As a member of this exclusive group Environmental Health Services, Inc. has placed itself in the top echelon of pest management companies in the country.
At EHS we pride ourselves on being stewards of the environment. You can rest assured that your school is in complete compliance with any state regulation with the programs we implement. We tailor an IPM program for your school and help you maintain it. Our service specialists are experts at determining which methods will be most effective in controlling specific infestations, with minimal impact to the environment.