Importance of Pest Control

A pest control technician is often referred to an exterminator. An exterminator goes to residential homes and businesses to check for roaches, ants, rodents, or other pests. Pest control technicians then utilize the proper method to eradicate or remove the pest, whether this be an insecticide traps, or some other method. Often times, they are also responsible for educating homeowners on pest prevention so that they can avoid having these problems. If an infestation does occur, the pest control technicians will need to do a thorough inspection of the area to make sure that there aren’t more insects somewhere else in the house.For more information, visit their website at pest control.

In some cases, the pest control technicians may use certain pesticides, which need to be applied with special equipment and have to be stored in an area where they cannot be reached by humans. These pesticides can be a bit toxic, especially when they are mixed with cleaning liquids, so it’s important that they only be used in an area that is fully cleared out and any humans who are around the area are away from the area. Some common pesticides used by pest control workers include pyrethroids, which kill pests by piercing their skin and delivering a spray of chemicals, and endostrone, which are taken in through a food or liquid injection.

Mosquitoes, on the other hand, are generally considered one of the pestiest insects out there, because they feed on many different types of animals and are most active during the warmer summer months. They can bring about many illnesses, particularly in humans, so it is crucial to rid your home of as many mosquitoes as possible. Mosquitoes lay their eggs on plants and flowers in your yard and once hatched, the larvae and mother fly to the underside of foliage, where they lay their eggs, until they hatch into larvae. Larvae and mothers can produce up to 1000 eggs at a time, which can often spread diseases.

Contact Info

Joel’s Pest Control
761 Plumas St. UNIT 101, Yuba City, CA 95992
(530) 435-7897