Bed bug control

1- Examine all places, especially mattresses and boards.
2- Determine the places of injury.
3- Dealing with infected places, places where bedbugs hide, and potential places for the insect to reproduce.
4- Making a defensive line at the entrances and exits of the site to prevent insects from leaving the site or entering new insects after treating the site.

Flying insect control

As we treat crawling pests (such as German and American cockroaches – ants – bed bugs – beetles and worms) so that we can perform our work fully. We hope that you will note the following points:
1. Installing air curtains at all entrances.
2. Keeping all entrances closed and not leaving them open.
3. Close all windows by means of a net with very small openings that do not allow the passage of flying insects.
4. Distribution of optical traps in a scientific way to quickly dispose of natural and non-natural waste.

Anti reptile

A – Making sticky traps in the places where these pests appear.
B – Making poisonous baits to get rid of the danger of reptiles once and for all.
C – the use of repellents (natural).
D – Using fogging products to completely eliminate all reptiles.

Termite control

We dilute the percentage of the assigned pesticide by mixing it with water according to the recommendations of the pesticide manufacturer, in order to obtain the necessary pesticide solution to combat this pest.

The solution is sprayed around the bases, then concrete is poured directly over the treated area, and in case the pouring process is delayed, the treated areas are covered with plastic covers to protect the material from decomposition.

We make a trench around the building with a depth of 40 cm and a width of 30 cm on the perimeter of the building and spray the diluted pesticide solution according to the manufacturer’s recommendations.

Crawling insect control

1- Distribute the baits in the form of a gel in the places where the crawling insects are.
2- We distribute dusting powder in cracks and holes.
3- We make a first line of defense around the fence with a long-term liquid pesticide.
4- We make a second line of defense adjacent to the wall of the site with liquid spray.
5- Sprinkle the drain holes with powder on the sides of the holes.
6- Putting traps for crawling insects.
7- Putting traps for rodents inside, according to the high recommendations for control.
8- Distributing the powder on plants to combat insect houses.

Rodent control

A – The first line of defense is made to prevent the intrusion of rodents into the facility, using
Fast and slow bait stations next to the outer fence and around the facility building.
B – Slow, fast and liquid poisons are used in water to completely eliminate rodents
C – Adhesives are used to catch rodents.
D- The fogging system is used inside rat colonies, as well as mechanical traps, covered and exposed bait stations, and toxic paints on electrical wires and cables, and in the plants around the facility.
E- Dead rodents are transported in a proper sanitary manner and buried in accordance with the recommendations of the Ministry of Health