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ANTS, RATS & COCKROACHES MANAGEMENT

 

Management of Pest – Cockroaches


The control of cockroaches involves chemical control, biological control, sanitation, trapping and physical control.  Chemical control involves spraying with suitable insecticide at the breeding, harborage areas such as man-holes, septic tanks, gully traps, kitchen cabinets, cracks and crevices, kitchen and dining areas.

In addition to residual treatment, baiting is a popular method of control.  Cockroaches bait comes in the form of bait station or gel.  For effective control it has to be a combination of biological control, sanitation, good housekeeping, trapping and physical control.

Call Adamz Pest Management for a free survey and professional advice and effective control of cockroaches.

 

Management of pest – Common Ants


The success of an ant management programme often depends on the control of method chosen.  Direct treatment with liquid insecticide is the best control.  However, ant nest is difficult to locate or inaccessible for direct treatment. Two other methods can be carried out, residual treatment and baiting.  Sanitation is an important factor in ant management.  Availability of food and water sources should be minimized wherever possible.  Branches of trees touching the wall or roof of building should be trimmed.


Call Adamz Pest Management for a free survey and professional advice and effective control of common ants.

 

Management of Pest – Rats


The most effective way to control rats is to change the environment to make it less favourable for them.  This high standard of hygiene and sanitation are important which involves excluding them from coming in the premises through proofing and good housekeeping.  Chemical control with suitable rodenticides is the most practical way.  Baiting station will be set up at strategic location throughout the whole premises. The bait stations will be baited with the latest anti-coagulant rodenticide baits.  Once the rats feed on the poison baits, it will cause internal haemorrhage which will lead to blindness and making them thirsty.  Thus the affected rats will search for light and water and they usually die in open areas.

 

Other method of control such as trapping by glue boards, cages, mechanical traps and using dust or gel will be used when necessary.

 

Call Adamz Pest Management for a free survey and professional advice and effective control of rats.