Farragut Pesticide Service
A pesticide is a single or multiple mixture of substances used to prevent, eliminate or repel living organisms that threaten to injure, or cause damage to people, plants, animals or structures in both commercial and residential settings.
Pests consist of a wide range of insects. Their effective control is authorized and recommended under the supervision of licensed and accredited professionals only. Big Orange Pest Control pest control experts are experienced with the proper preparation and application of pesticides in Farragut according to federal regulations outlined for the pest control industry.
Farragut Pesticide Information
As a result of easy access to many unauthorized pest control products online, pest control professionals must remain more conscious than ever of industry regulations. The use of pesticides in the United States is strictly regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency, as stipulated by the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act. Big Orange Pest Control is a licensed pest management organization and uses only products permissible by federal law.
There are many types of pesticides available on the market today with herbicides and insecticides as the most common choices to manage unwanted plants, insects.
comprise of a wide range of chemicals used to kill and control insects, spiders, and other bugs.
are used for mice, rats and rodent removal.
In addition adhering to all national regulations governing the pest control industry, Big Orange Pest Control is also required to adhere to state and local laws governing the Farragut region. Big Orange Pest Control is recognized as a responsible provider of safe and effective pest control services that are in accord with the highest of the industry’s safety standards.
If you have any questions on whether a pesticide or any pest control method is safe for use on your Farragut residential or commercial property, please call us.
Each year a range of pests destroy nearly 37% of all crops in the United States resulting in a monetary loss of approximately 122 billion dollars. (Source: Study.com / Use of Pesticides)
Despite existing challenges, the widespread use of pesticides has provided significant benefits which include: