As pest control professionals, your company is probably already armed with an arsenal of pest control devices. However, there's always room for more as pests become more pervasive, wilier, and harder to control. Check out these nine essential tools you'll want to think about adding to your pest control company’s arsenal.
A telescoping inspection mirror lets you see into hidden spaces like deep crevices, behind pipes, and other hard to reach areas. Even if you don't see the pests themselves, you're likely to spot the evidence they leave behind!
A powerful LED flashlight can reach into those dark corners and hard to reach areas while looking for signs of critters.
An infrared temperature sensor can help you pinpoint points of entry, sources of water, and even hidden nests swarming with pests.
These motion-activated cameras can confirm the presence of pests like squirrels, bats, and rodents in your customer's attic or garage.
Good quality rodent traps baited with a tempting food like peanut butter are still one of the best ways to catch disease-spreading mice and rats.
Many areas have laws protecting animals like stray cats, squirrels, possums, raccoons, and other critters that too frequently end up in an unsuspecting homeowner's attic or crawl space. Live traps are essential tools for removing and 'rehoming' these nuisance animals.
These devices emit short-wavelength, high-frequency sound waves that help keep rodents and certain other pesky critters from making themselves at home on your customer's property.
Removing the pests, as well as the evidence of their filthy living conditions, will endear you to your customers. That kind of word-of-mouth advertising from delighted customers is priceless!
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