What Is Commodity Fumigation?
January 28, 2014
Stored product pests can cause many problems for business owners. These pests include Indian meal moths, cigarette beetles and saw-toothed grain beetles, among others. They have been known to infest and contaminate product, costing business owners a great deal. Luckily, the professionals at Action Pest Control offer effective commodity fumigation services in Indiana to eliminate the pests that are looking to infest your products and raw grains.
What is commodity fumigation?
Commodity fumigation is the service we offer at Action to eliminate the pests that may be infesting your product. Whether your product is in truck trailers, boxcars or hopper cars, shipping containers, pallets, food processing facilities or warehouses, we can offer effective fumigation services to eliminate pests and protect your bottom line. Learn more here.
A fumigation service from Action offers almost 100% reduction of most target pest populations, practically overnight. Our professionals have the experience and the equipment required to safely and effectively carry out a successful fumigation. With more than 30 years experience performing commodity fumigations in our service area, we’ve seen everything! No pest problem is too big or too small for the fumigation specialists at Action.
Fumigation is a very complex process and it can’t be performed by just anyone. The fumigation professionals at Action are trained and experienced in the proper method for fumigation; our professionals use only the appropriate EPA approved fumigant for the job and follow all regulations to the letter when performing fumigations.
If you are looking for commodity fumigations in Indiana, the pros at Action have you covered. Along with fumigation services, we can discuss your other commercial pest control needs, including exclusion services to prevent pests arriving into your facility in the future. Contact us today for more information on fumigation services for stored product pests as well as control services for roaches, rodents and other pests that have become a concern within your commercial facility.
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