Pest management. Pest control. Why do we say things like this? Who really has any interest in managing or controlling these arduous, awful creatures? Is it too far off to say that the bulk of humanity wants nothing to do with them and would be much pleased with the mass genocide of “pests”? I think not. Perhaps it’s simply psychology – if our business category was “pest destruction”, “rodent massacre”, or “bug death”, you might mistake us for a heavy metal band.
That, or simply be put off by the unfriendly, even scary vibes put out by the thought. You might even be reminded that countless widespread diseases responsible for millions of deaths throughout history have been spread by…pests. Well then, perhaps we ought to focus more on the intensity of the methods by which we can cause these fowl organisms to disappear. After all, the Bubonic Plague, Lyme disease, the list goes on. And we’re interested in controlling these creatures? In managing them? I think not.
But like it or not, bugs, rodents, and pests in general are here to stay. Some complain of the issue of overpopulation among humankind, but we ought to be grateful that whatever force that brought us into existence didn’t bring us by the same methods as insects. We’d of used up our resources millennia’s ago. In any case, we know that pests are more often out of control than in control, and our commitment is to keep their populations as low as possible in your personal space.
Spring is a very important time to have your home inspected or treated. Likely you’ve already seen the emergence of several seemingly unfriendly “friends” already, with the warmer weather. Don’t let them fool you. While we can’t guarantee their eternal destruction, we can guarantee their management and control in such a way that you will forget they exist. And what is better than piece of mind? Don’t procrastinate!