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Pest Control Services in Smithville
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No matter a town’s particular geography, pest problems will doubtlessly be a reality. When business owners and homeowners alike have problems with rodents, bugs, or other irritants, they turn to a trusted pest removal service like Smithereen Pest Management Services. No matter the kind of pest that’s plaguing your property, we stand ready and able to help no matter the issue you face.
Integrated Pest Management for Smithville
When consumers imagine what pest control looks like, they often envision a spray-and-pray kind of approach, a methodology that emphasizes the use of harsh chemicals first and foremost. Nothing could be further from the truth for responsible pest management companies.
Smithereen practices an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) approach, which is an EPA-recognized pest remediation philosophy that’s easy on the environment, good for people, and tough on pests. At its most basic, IPM establishes what pests have gained entry to your property, discovers the conditions that are causing them to thrive, and eliminates them. In addition to executing an on-site evaluation of your existing pest scenario, finding the conditions that could be making your pest problem worse, and sealing up the entryways that pests use to get inside, Smithereen technicians will perform the following:
Comprehensively evaluate your pest problem.
Find the conditions and causes that are attracting pests.
Create a special plan for extermination and future pest control.
We manage a whole host of irritating pests and wildlife, such as:
Located due north of Kansas City, Missouri, and perched on the periphery of the appropriately named Smithville Lake, Smithville owes its name to a humorous error in pronunciation. Its original settler was one Humphrey Smith, a wanderer who settled in the area in 1822 and built a mill on the Platte River. Known as an outspoken abolitionist and one of the few supporters of the Union states as tensions grew between the American North and South, Smith eventually earned the nickname of “Yankee.” The settlement he founded was originally called Smith’s Mill, but time and ease of pronunciation eventually shortened it to Smithville. Today, Smithville boasts some 10,000 residents and counts businesses in the education, finance, and health care fields among its top employers. Then there’s its proximity to Kansas City. A mere 20 miles due north from the heart of The City of Fountains, Smithville is poised to offer all of Kansas City’s delights with much less of its busyness and congestion.
Smithereen can help your Smithville business or home stay and remain pest free! Whether you find your residence or company threatened by unwanted creatures, we have the know-how and motivation to make your problem disappear. Find out why residents and corporations across the Midwest have trusted Smithereen for generations.