, Integrated Pest Management

Get Rid of Pests Safely and Responsibly with Integrated Pest Management (IPM)

We believe in providing the safest and most effective pest control solutions to our customers. That’s what we aim to achieve with our integrated pest management (IPM) program.

Using integrated pest management, the accredited pest control specialists from Naylor will mix and match a range of pest control techniques. These include evaluation, sanitation, trapping, monitoring, and exclusion while using pesticides only as necessary.

We are here to create a safe environment for everyone through our smart and innovative pest control services. This eliminates those trouble-making pests while keeping them from revisiting your home for the long-term.

Our pest control services can be customized to suit your specific requirements and your property. Our IPM approach delivers lasting results by combining several methods to effectively resolve your pest troubles while remaining eco-friendly at the same time.

This results in a pest-controlled environment that minimizes and, some times, completely does away with the need for harmful chemicals and pesticides.

With an IPM program, you’re taking specialized, protective measures to minimize the use of pesticide exposure to non-pest organisms and your environment.

What We Can Do

  • Minimize pests in and around your property.
  • Mitigate or eliminate the health and economic damage that pests cause.
  • Reduce the use of pesticides and minimize the risk to human health associated with pesticide applications.
  • Protect your immediate environment.
  • Use integrated methods for the most effective, successful and lasting results.

Trust Our IPM Specialists

Integrated pest management isn’t just about applying pesticides or their absence. It is all about understanding each individual pest’s biology and using it to solve your pest problems.

The Naylor team will take the time to inspect and monitor the activities of a pest and put in place strategies to eliminate their rest areas and entry points, whilst deterring infestations and reducing the existing ones.