PermaTreat Pest Control, a member of the National Pest Management Association, has served industrial, commercial, government and residential customers in the Central and Northern Virginia areas since 1967. PermaTreat is one of the largest pest control companies in Virginia, utilizing Integrated Pest Management practices in order to protect health, home and the environment. PermaTreat is also a proud member of the Virginia Pest Management Association, a trade association whose mission is to proactively promote and uphold the professional and ethical standards which will result in quality business practices to the benefit of its membership and the general public in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
PermaTreat is committed to quality and has achieved the “Mark of Excellence in Pest Management” by the National Pest Management Association (NPMA), earning NPMA’s Quality Pro designation. Quality Pro companies are environmentally responsible and committed to providing consumers with quality service. They are built around the four key principles of Business Operations, Consumer Relations, Environmental Stewardship and Technical Training.
Professional pest control is performed with fully integrated pest management (IPM) programs. These treatment plans include much more than just applying pesticides to control spiders, earwigs, sow bugs, ants, fleas, ticks, roaches, mice and a long list of pests we call occasional invaders.
These integrated treatments include thorough inspections to identify conditions around your home or business that might create harborage, provide food or water, or even build a bridge into the structure. They include the use of pheromone lures and traps, monitoring stations, habitat modification and even exclusion.
Insects and rodents can be more than annoying, they can also be destructive and dangerous as they contaminate food and can damage homes, furniture and insulation. They even transmit diseases such as West Nile virus from mosquitoes, Lyme disease from ticks, asthma and allergies from roaches, and a list too numerous to mention from mice, birds and bats.
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