The Santa Fe Oasis105 is the first residential dehumidifier with patented three-coil Efficiency Capacity Coil Optimization (ECCO) technology that maximizes energy efficiency and capacity in a very compact box.
Every pest management professional knows just how destructive termites can be. These pests easily tear through a home's foundation and can leave homeowners with thousands of dollars in damage. Before it reaches the point of costly destruction, specialists can treat and prevent active infestations before they can cause any more damage.
Pest Management Professionals (PMPs) who rely on termite treatments as part of their revenue stream have opportunities and challenges. When termites swarm, business booms; when they don’t, business may suffer.
To the untrained eye, moles and voles are the same. Both spend most of their time underground and can deliver serious damage to lawns, gardens, and other landscapes. That is where the comparisons stop. To make sure you are addressing the correct issue, use the below tips so you can effectively identify and eliminate your mole or vole issue.
DOXEM® NXT is the latest Combination Chemistry® aerosol from Control Solutions Inc. PMPs can now apply indoxacarb in an entirely new way – as an aerosol! With a flexible label that includes food handling uses, it is a premium ready-to-use solution for most pest problems.
As a pest management provider, you know firsthand how termites can eat away at structures before the damage is ever visible, resulting in failing support beams, floor boards, stair railings, etc. And yet, despite warnings from trusted pest management providers such as yourself, home and business owners will still take risks when it comes to protecting one of their largest investments from termites.
Occasional invaders, invasive pests, nuisance pests… These terms describe a number of insects; however, the one that deserves a little more attention this season is the brown marmorated stink bug (Halyomorpha halys).
Target Specialty Products is opening new regional distribution centers in Charlotte, North Carolina and Salt Lake City, Utah.
Borate wood treatment has been one of the most effective and popular choices in pest management for over 25 years. This treatment can be used for a variety of infestations, including carpenter ants, termites, and beetles. It can also protect structures from wood-destroying fungus that causes decay.
The U.S. EPA is proposing to make the most significant changes to rodenticides in 15 years, effectively removing rodenticides from the hands of users that rely on them as a primary means of maintaining rodent control.