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When it comes to a pest infestation, there is no direct roadmap. Learning how to identify infestations, prevent them, and efficiently handle them after discovery are essential to providing quality pest control.

We have taken the top 3 problems individuals encounter when dealing with infestations and are providing the ideal solutions. So you can take the guesswork out of pest control.

1) Secure the building.

Pests do exist. Fortunately, there are multiple ways to prevent infestations before they even begin.

First and foremost, assure there is no standing water anywhere in or around the building. Be sure there is no leaky plumbing, as this can lead to an accumulation of water. Including watering indoor or outdoor plants, water should not remain in the tray underneath. Pets’ water also needs frequent changing. Standing water serves as a breeding ground for many pests. 

Food is also a major pest attractor. Leftover food and waste attract some of the worst pests, including cockroaches. The more they find, the more they linger and reproduce. Open food containers, trash bins left with waste, and dirty dishes are a few ways to invite pests.

Unsecured openings leave homes and buildings extremely susceptible to infestations. This includes open doors, cracked windows, or incomplete roof coverage. Sealing all cracks and crevices will aid in keep pests out.

2) Inspect regularly.

Finding an infestation quickly is key. Catch infestations more proactively by regularly inspecting homes and businesses.

Here are some telltale signs of infestation:

Pest droppings are a major, very noticeable sign of infestation. Certain droppings, like those of bed bugs, can be harder to spot, so taking the time to conduct a thorough examination is crucial. Examine hidden spaces, furniture, bedding, floors, and walls for signs of pests droppings.

Stored product insects are attracted to food. Check kitchen cabinets and all other food storage areas for any sign of infestation.tored product insects include a variety of moths, beetles, and mealworms. Damage to products and packaging or live bugs and larvae are all an indication that measures need to be taken right away.

3) Use Cryonite. 

Cryonite provides a quick and efficient way to rid the problem when dealing with an unpleasant infestation.

What exactly is Cryonite? Cryonite uses recycled carbon dioxide, or “dry ice” snow, to freeze pests and stop them in their tracks. Pests can not build up a resistance to Cryonite since no chemicals are involved. The high-speed system ensures pests are eliminated immediately upon contact by penetrating deep into cracks and crevices.

Cryonite is simply carbon dioxide and does not contain any kind of chemical, it is non-toxic and non-allergenic. Furthermore, it is environmentally friendly and hygienic, making it safe to use on all surfaces, and around kids and pets.

Above all, Cryonite is extremely fast and effective. Our patented system ensures the infestation is taken care of quickly and easily.

Once you own a system, you can efficiently take care of any pest infestation issues immediately, saving time and money. The convenient design of the Cryonite system requires no special training and anyone can learn how to use one. 

Handle pest infestations with a Cryonite machine

Interested in owning a Cryonite system? Get in contact with us! We’re here to answer any questions.

Make infestations a thing of the past with Cryonite.

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