Pest Control Services: Residential – Commercial – Marine – Aviation
Pest Control in South Florida
We who live in South Florida would not be able to enjoy our lifestyles in this wonderful region were it not for two critical services: air conditioning and pest control.
Bugs are part of life and part of the environment in South Florida, an environment in which they serve vital roles. However, bugs and pests should not be inside our homes, places of business and other areas where they can create health hazards and contribute to unsanitary conditions. That’s where Gung Ho Pest Control comes in.
Rarely can pest prevention or the elimination of infestations be accomplished with the application of a single approach to pest control. Gung Ho employs a variety of methods to successfully control pests in commercial and residential settings with the least amount of risk to people and pets, and with less of an impact on the environment. This approach is described as Integrated Pest Management.
The foundation of the Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is comprised of knowledge and understanding of insect and rodent biology and host environments; making recommendations regarding pest exclusion and landscaping; use of beneficial organisms and improvement of sanitary conditions to offset pest problems; and selection of baits, traps, sprays and products that pose the lowest risk to humans, pets and the environment. With this approach, Gung Ho Pest Control can successfully manage pest problems while minimizing and sometimes eliminating toxic materials in the pest control equation.
All of the products I use are applied within the strict application instructions given on each product label, the contents of which are regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency. I adhere to the adage that “The Label Is The Law.”
The services of Gung Ho Pest Control include interior and exterior treatments for residences, businesses and commercial properties, as well as pest control for lawns and landscaping, planes, boats and other settings throughout Broward County, Fort Lauderdale, and in some areas of North Dade County and South Palm Beach County.