Organic Pest Control
Pest Management & Humane Critter Control
The Importance of Organic Pest Control Options
We are proud to offer pest control services that include the option of using organic materials with our pest control treatments. We are “The Organic People!”
Studies have shown more and more people have negative reactions to pesticides. There is a growing concern that some people are more sensitive to chemical-based products than others. Because of the diversity of people in your facility and home, caution is always advisable.
Our Organic Pest Management Solutions
IPM (Integrated Pest Management) is an effective and environmentally sensitive approach to pest management that relies on a combination of common-sense practices. Our IPM program stresses monitoring, inspections, evaluations, baiting and targeted crack and crevice treatments only where there is a target pest. Maximum pest protection is achieved while minimizing respiratory, oral and dermal exposure.
Our position is that scheduled spraying of pesticides, in the absence of pests, is irresponsible, ineffective and expensive. Sprays are also repellents forcing insects away from their original nest, but only temporarily. Soon after, they reinfest the area and the problem begins again.
There is a little or no exposure to home occupants, staff or customers. Organic and natural occurring materials are applied inside wall voids, cracks and crevices where insects hide. Understanding insect life cycles is paramount to any method of control. Our in-depth knowledge of the pest involved will ensure long lasting, low impact pest control.
Learn more about our Pest and Critter Control Services.
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American Pest Control proudly serves the following areas in Michigan: Metro Detroit, Oakland County, Macomb, Saint Clair, Sterling Heights, Livonia, Southfield, Farmington Hills, Troy, Rochester, Birmingham, Royal Oak, Lake Orion, Oxford, Bloomfield, and more.
Troy, MI 48083