What is Green Pest Control?

Today, many people are choosing to live an environmentally conscious life. Some folks drive electric cars and engage in recycling.  Others purchase only organic foods, clean their homes with all-natural products, and use organic landscaping practices. People like this are unwilling to tolerate chemical pest control products as well. For them, only green pest control will do.

Integrated Pest Management

Green pest control is the use of plant-based, eco-friendly products and methods to eliminate unwanted pests. Often called the common-sense approach by its proponents, this low-toxicity method of pest control focuses on minimizing the risks to people, pets, property, and the local environment.  Green pest control effectively treats household pests, mosquitoes and other flying insects, termites, and even rodents and other critters.  At the core of green pest control is an approach known as Integrated Pest Management (IPM).

Integrated Pest Management (IPM) involves a multi-step, ongoing process that focuses on preventing the conditions conducive to infestation.  Existing pests are identified and treated with multiple non-chemical tactics.  Steps are taken to eliminate the pests’ access to shelter, food and water.  Frequent monitoring allows any new activity to be discovered and treated quickly. This low-impact approach to pest control causes minimal disruption to your life and the environment.

SafeHaven Specializes in Green Pest Control

SafeHaven Pest Control offers green pest control at no additional charge for customers who want an environmentally sound alternative to conventional pest control products. Our plant-based, low-toxicity products are effective and family friendly, so they can be used around children and pets.  Whether you choose conventional or green pest control, you still receive the same exceptional service from SafeHaven Pest Control. Take a look at our money saving pest control bundles, or give us a call at (214) 340-6969 for a consultation.

2018-02-20T17:49:22+00:00 January 31st, 2018|News & Updates|