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General Pest Control

General pest control is carried out against pests such as cockroaches, bed-bugs, silverfish, spiders, and ants. The treatment is carried out by spraying combination of insecticides in the premises to reach all the hidden parts so as to eliminate all the existing pests.

Cockroaches

Cockroaches may infest homes, schools, restaurants, hospitals, warehouses, offices, and virtually any structure that has food preparation or storage areas. They contaminate food and utensils, destroy fabric and paper products and leave stains and unpleasant odour on surfaces they contact. Baits, (which are a primary control tool) have limited effect if cockroaches have access to food. Spray alone will not eliminate cockroaches. An Integrated Pest Management approach that integrates several strategies is used by Finipest.

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Bedbugs

Bedbugs feed on human blood, usually at night when humans are resting. A bedbug can suck upto six times its weight in blood during one feeding, which takes between 3 to 10 minutes. Bites occur while people are asleep, and bedbugs are known to inject a natural anaesthetic while biting. Bedbug control, on customer's part, will require employing several methods such as vacuuming, washing bedding, using steam or heat treatment, and sealing up hiding places. Prevention and monitoring of bedbug infestations are paramount and should be ongoing. Spraying insecticide may be required twice if infestation is heavy and many eggs are found.

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Spiders

Spiders may enter houses and other structures through cracks and other openings. They also may be carried on items like plants, firewood and boxes. Regular vacuuming of windows, corners of rooms, storage areas, basements, and other seldom used areas helps remove spiders and their webs. Vacuuming spiders can be an effective control technique because their soft bodies usually do not survive this process. However, sweeping and removing spider webs do not help as the spider remains alive. A web on which dust has gathered is an old web that is no longer being used by a spider. Chemical treatment involves spraying a good acricide.

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Silverfish

Since silverfish are nocturnal, they are hard to detect. They damage paper, clothes, woollen clothes, etc. To prevent silverfish infestations keep basements, laundry rooms, and bathrooms—especially shower stalls—clean and dry. Household dust and debris are important sources of food, so routine cleaning will help provide effective control. In addition, periodically clean out closets, cabinets, and storage containers. However if the infestation is seen, the same should be treated chemically by a suitable insecticide.

Products

We use only water based chemicals which are odourless and very safe to humans. These are manufactured by large Indian as well as Multinational companies like Bayer, Rallis, FMC, etc. Some of the chemicals are as under:

Deltamethrin

Deltamethrin is a synthetic pyrethroid manufactured in various formulations (including emulsifiable concentrates, wettable powders, granules, and dusts for crack and crevice application) to control a wide variety of indoor and outdoor pests.

Fipronil

Fipronil is one of the newest names on the market for pest control, effective in the elimination of ants, roaches, termites, and other common pests. 

Cypermethrin

Cypermethrin is commonly used as a crack and crevice or spot treatment for residual and contact control of spiders, ants, carpenter ants, scorpions, German cockroaches, ladybugs, carpenter bees, and yellow jackets.

Bifenthrin

Products with Bifenthrin can be applied in four basic areas. Indoors - including food-handling areas like restaurant kitchens. On and around building exteriors. Plants and shrubs Lawns.

Lambda Cyhalothrin

Lambda-cyhalothrin and other pyrethroids act as powerful poison to the central nervous system. Once poisoned, the insect's nerve cells become excited, causing paralysis and preventing normal feeding and grooming activities.

Glyphosate

Glyphosate is a broad-spectrum systemic herbicide that kills weeds and is especially effective against perennials. Glyphosate can be sprayed over plants or crops and absorbed through the leaves, injected into the trunks or stumps of trees, or broadcast.

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