Many people will state that crawling insects like ants, cockroaches, silverfish, and etc. are the most common household pests. However, some of the most common house pests may be flying insects like house flies, mosquitoes, moths, and etc. Although liquid insecticides, dust insecticides, and granular insecticides are effective formulations for crawling insects, they cannot ensure that all crawling insects will be controlled nor can they guarantee that there will be contact made. Fogging insecticides along with the correct fogging equipment, which are both provided by Pest Mall, not only ensure control of flying insects, but can also target crawling insects including the standard house pests like ants, cockroaches, spiders, and etc.
If you need help in selecting the correct fogging insecticide and fogging equipment that is best fit for the insect infestation that you are experiencing, feel free to contact one of Pest Mall’s technicians at 1-800-788-4142.
Fogging and misting insecticides are chemicals that are in ultra low volume that effectively controls pests like cockroaches, flies, mosquitoes, gnats, moths, fleas, and etc. Typically, fogging treatments are utilized in large enclosed areas such as crawl spaces, basements, and attics. Generally, with regular products and tools like sprayers that apply liquid sprays, aerosol cans, and dusts products, it is difficult to reach certain spaces of a structure. Moreover, many flying house pests like flies, mosquitoes, and moths, do not remain on a surface long enough to be effected by surface treatment chemicals. Fogging insecticides are able to evenly blanket open areas as well as penetrate into hard to reach areas that we might miss during application. Moreover, many professional pest control management companies will use foggers as a means to flush out insects that may hide in tight areas such as cockroaches, scorpions, spiders, and etc. It can be used in conjunction with all the standard treatments for general pest control and is not limited to a certain area. For instance, fogging insecticides are not just limited to the attic and crawlspace, but can be used indoors as well. Moreover, insect foggers are able to drift through ornamental plant foliage and will kill outdoor flying pests quickly and effectively.
Foggers are electrical devices or units that product a misting formulation from a concentrated insecticide. By diluting the concentrate with water in the fogger, the fogging equipment will automatically dispense the insecticide in a fog or mist form. This industry strives to provide the public with the best products and all the fogging equipment that has been made available by Pest Mall have been tested for efficiency and durability. These versatile appliances allow for precision and ease during application and only provide the most qualified performance to dispense fogging insecticides.
Pest Mall considers the safety of our customers our top priority. To use the fogging insecticides and fogging equipment with the most efficiency, you must keep in mind that there are precautions to take. First and foremost, all pesticides come with a product label that must be reviewed thoroughly before any pesticide is applied. The product label will also inform you of dilution rates before the fogging unit is activated. Ensure that the premises are evacuated before the fogging equipment is turned on. If there are children, pets, or food materials, make sure that they are removed from the room or properly covered. After the fogging treatment is completed, wait a few hours before reentering. Upon returning to the treated area, open all doors and windows to properly ventilate the treated room. Repeat a follow up treatment with the fogging insecticide after the residual has been eliminated, which is about 4 months after the initial treatment.
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