Thorough Building Inspection & Pest Eradication
Discover what it means to be bug and pest-free with Wipeout Exterminating in the 5 boroughs. We provide building inspection and pest eradication that is affordable enough to meet any budget.
The Wipeout Exterminating Process
Our approach to successful pest eradication maximizes effectiveness and minimizes chemical treatment and exposure. Upon the initial visit, we perform an audit that is documented on our Pest Control Audit inspection form. This allows us to determine what pest problems are present, likely harborage areas, resource sites, sanitation problems, and possible re-infestation sources.
Evaluation and Design
Based on the findings of the audit, a thorough pest management plan is customized for each establishment. Our treatment plan is designed using EPA-registered pest control products. These applications may include residual treatments, insect growth regulators, crack and crevice treatment, flushing agents, baits, and traps. An appropriate number and location of monitoring stations are determined, as well as the frequency for checking the stations for pest activity.
A follow up meeting with your facility’s management and staff may be necessary to educate personal about conditions that promote pest problems and how these conditions can be corrected. We'll readily conduct training presentations for your staff if desired.
Eradication & Follow-Up
Initial treatments vary in scope and intensity, depending on the findings of the pest control audit and inspection, and the pest management strategy being implemented. Severe initial infestations may require one or more treatments.
Part of our Quality Assurance program requires our senior management to periodically inspect your facilities. At this time, all of our services are evaluated to ensure you’re receiving the highest level of service. Additionally, all monitoring stations are inspected for the presence of pests. Our technicians are continuously trained to look for signs of any pest activity and conditions that could lead to re-infestation.