You can  do your own pest control?

          Most people are capable of following a pest management strategy. We provide access to educational resources to help you select, purchase, and use any item in our product line. We carry insect baits, professional insecticides/pesticides, traps, herbicides, and many other helpful professional items.

             By using recommended professional products instead of a commercial extermination service, you can get rid of pests or rodents at a cost savings of up to 70%. Our 3+ years of professional experience is available to our customers. We want you to have the correct product and application instructions using our conservative approach toward pest control. We typically recommend pest control chemicals that get the job done using the least amount of product.

            Today’s professionals use Integrated Pest Management techniques which include traps and exclusion methods to control pests. Baits are also highly effective for controlling your target insect or rodent.

KPC and Self Pest Control :

Self Pest control help by Kalinga Pest Control know about harmful pests

Self Pest control help by Kalinga Pest Control know about harmful pests

                     Consider wearing a long sleeve shirt, long pants, and closed-toe shoes in addition to any other protective clothing or equipment required by the label. Mix pesticides outdoors or in well-ventilated areas. Mix only what you need to use in the short term to avoid storing or disposing of excess pesticide.

             Be prepared for a pesticide spill. Have paper towels, sawdust or kitty litter, garbage bags, and non-absorbent gloves on hand to contain the spill. Avoid using excessive amounts of water, as this may only spread the pesticide and could be harmful to the environment.

Self Pest control help by Kalinga Pest Control know about harmful pests

Self Pest control help by Kalinga Pest Control know about harmful pests

             When spraying pesticides indoors, make sure the area is well ventilated. Remove personal items, such as toys, clothing, or tools from the spray area to avoid contamination. When applying pesticides as a spray or dust outside, avoid windy conditions and close the doors and windows to your home.

After using pesticides, wash your hands before smoking or eating

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