25 Jul why you should leave pest control to the professionals
DIY pesticides can bad for you and your family.
When you use DIY pesticides, you’re not just putting yourself at risk; you’re putting your family at risk, too. DIY pesticides can be harmful to children, pets, and even pregnant women—and that’s not to mention how dangerous it is to handle chemicals without proper training and protection.
Incorrect pesticide application can be deadly.
Even if you use a pesticide correctly, it may not work as intended if the product was improperly applied. If a pest isn’t exposed to enough of the chemical or is exposed to an improper amount of it, they could become resistant to the pesticide—which means that they’ll continue to cause problems!
The only way to ensure that pests are eradicated from your home is by hiring an exterminator who has been trained in proper handling of chemicals and safe application techniques.
incorrect application of pesticides is a major problem with DIY treatments. Pesticides need to be applied directly on the pests themselves or inside their nests in order to work effectively—but if you incorrectly apply pesticides outside where they could get into your food supply or enter your house through doors or windows, then it won’t do anything useful at all!
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If you’re thinking of tackling pest control yourself, think again. DIY pesticides aren’t safe, and they can leave your home with lingering problems.
The first reason to leave pest control to the professionals is that DIY pesticides are not regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency. This means that their safety has not been determined by a third party. The EPA relies on manufacturers to self-regulate their products, which means that some products may be dangerous or even deadly if used incorrectly.
The second reason to leave pest control to the professionals is that it is impossible for homeowners to properly diagnose a pest problem without professional help. A professional will be able to tell if you have ants or termites—something you might not be able to do yourself because there are many different types of pests and each type requires different treatment methods.
Finally, there are many ways in which homeowners can mishandle chemicals and cause damage to themselves or their property when trying to treat a problem themselves. For example, if you use too much pesticide in one location of your home, it could cause damage elsewhere—such as on your floors or walls—because that area will absorb more than it needs from where it was applied originally (i.e., near an ant hill).
- if you’re going to use pesticides in your home or business, make sure they’re approved for use by the EPA and that you follow all application instructions exactly as written on the label. You should never use any other kind of pesticide or herbicide unless it was specifically approved by your local government or agricultural extension office—and even then, only after consulting with them about how to use it safely. Even if it’s “natural,” or just came from a big box store like Home Depot or Lowe’s, making sure that whatever pesticide you’re using is actually safe for human beings is incredibly important! You should never use anything else.