In our last blog, we answered frequently asked questions about fumigation like:
- When is fumigation necessary?
- What type of pests does fumigation kill?
- Is fumigation only used for residential buildings?
- What happens after fumigation?
Allow us to highlight five benefits of fumigation to strengthen your confidence in this process:
1. Fumigation eliminates pests at all stages of life.
From larvae to full-grown adults, fumigation will kill the pests no matter what stage of life they’re in. This is especially helpful when an infestation is present. Pest control methods such as residuals or sprays may only contact the pests that can roam. That leaves the eggs and larvae to continue their growth process and the infestation.
2. Fumigation is ideal for delicate environments.
No one wants pests in their home or business, but for some places, it’s much more than just an inconvenience. For shipping containers to food-processing facilities, their products and inventory are at risk if pests are present. Fumigation is effective for environments that have sensitive products that cannot handle a pest infestation.
The Bizzy Bee Exterminators have extensive experience applying fumigation on structures such as:
- Box and hopper cars
- Food processing facilities
- Shipping containers
- Truck trailers
- Warehouses and storage
- & More
3. Fumigation is time effective.
Whether your home or business is infested, we know you need a solution as quickly as possible. For businesses, downtime means loss of profit. For homes, a pest infestation compromises your peace of mind. Fumigation works fast, and you can expect pests to die quickly, and your life return to a pest-free normal.
4. Fumigation permeates the building or structure.
Once sprayed, the fumigation will travel to all crevices and cracks in the building. It will fill the room and reach the pests that are hiding in places that liquid sprays cannot reach.
5. Fumigation reduces residue problems.
Liquid sprays can leave a residue on your commodities or structures that you do not want. Fumigation greatly reduces these residue problems while providing a zero-insect tolerance in products or living environments.