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Pest Control Services in Parkville
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Pests can become a perpetual problem for homeowners and business managers alike. When you discover that irritating insects, rodents, and wildlife have taken up residence in or around your property, who do you turn to? In Parkville, individuals and companies have chosen Smithereen Pest Management Services to help them deal with rats, bedbugs, mosquitoes, raccoons, and the like. No matter your specific pest situation, we have the expertise and motivation to restore your quiet enjoyment of your property.
Integrated Pest Management for Parkville
Integrated pest management (IPM) is a specific philosophy of pest control that came into being in the 1950s and was formally implemented as a national U.S. policy in 1972. Since then, it has been recognized by both the U.N. and the W.H.O. Smithereen uses IPM as part of our pest control efforts, which means our professional technicians:
Inspect your property to determine the problem
Identify the pests and note any contributing factors
Provide findings and offer recommendations
Eliminate the current pests and implement a preventative pest control program
In practice, this involves repairing potential points of entry and eliminating factors that allow the pests to thrive (e.g., available food and water) as much as actually exterminating them.
We pride ourselves on dealing with a wide range of pests, and some of those include:
Though Parkville, Missouri contains a relatively small population of some roughly 7,000 souls, it boasts a fascinating history, one that mostly owes to the man whose name the town bears: George S. Park. A soldier, schoolteacher, churchman, publisher, founder of multiple towns, and infrastructure developer, Park was anything but a dull man. In addition to founding Parkville and Polistra, Kansas, Park established colleges, promoted railroads, invested in steamboat landing sites, and sought political office. His efforts are still in evidence today in the town’s historic district, which has maintained much of its old-time charm. And although it’s disputed in literary and historical circles, Parkville may very well appear in Mark Twain’s The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, serving as the setting for its titular protagonist to exercise his mischievous streak.