Crawling insect control is an important measure to maintain health and cleanliness in homes and institutions. Safe and effective insecticides can be used to control crawling insects such as cockroaches, ants, and spiders, and some preventive measures can be taken such as keeping neglected areas clean and storing food properly to reduce the spread of these insects.
Flying insect control is important for maintaining health and comfort in residential and commercial areas. Flying insecticides and sticky traps can be used to reduce their spread, and some preventive measures can be taken such as keeping outdoor areas clean and tightly covering rubbish bins to avoid attracting these insects to the area.
Mice and rodent control are essential to reduce the spread of diseases and to maintain cleanliness in homes and institutions. Traps and poisons that are safe for humans and pets can be used to get rid of rats and rodents. Some preventive measures can be taken such as closing vents and holes in walls and storing food properly to avoid attracting these animals to the area.
Termite control is necessary to preserve the infrastructure of buildings and facilities, as this type of ant can cause damage and corrosion of wood and cement. Insecticides are used to combat termites and preventive measures such as repairing leaks and ventilating the area to limit its spread, in addition to following hygiene and periodic maintenance procedures for facilities to protect them from damage by this type of ants.
Sterilization and disinfection is an essential part of health care and general hygiene, as many materials and methods are used to reduce the spread of diseases and germs in public areas, health institutions and homes.