EcoSmart products are designed from natural botanical compounds produced by plants as a defense against insects. Since the compounds attack only insects, people and pets are safe from their effects.
Deep River, CT (PRWEB) August 31, 2012
Guardian Pest Control in southern Connecticut is proud to announce the arrival of new environmentally friendly options for their residential and commercial pest control services. This is part of a "go green" initiative featuring EcoSmart and Ensystex products. These products are designed to effectively eliminate unwanted pests, insects, and termites while keeping people and pets safe.
EcoSmart products are designed from natural botanical compounds produced by plants as a defense against insects. Since the compounds attack only insects, people and pets are safe from their effects. The primary ingredients are approved as safe by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Thus, homes and businesses can be protected from a broad range of insects in a safe and environmentally friendly way. Exterra by Ensystex is a termite baiting system for subterranean termites. This method involves installing underground bait stations spread around the base of a structure. The main ingredient, diflubenzuron, inhibits a termite's ability to molt and ultimately kills or incapacitates the termite without affecting people or pets. The stations themselves are made of wood and the ingredients are non-toxic, keeping it safe for the environment.
Having eco-friendly options in pest control benefits everyone, except the insects and pests of course. The ingredients are made naturally by plants and affect only the targeted insects. This makes their use safe for people and pets. People do not have to worry about side effects such as allergic reactions, rashes or other skin irritations due to chemicals in the insecticides. Traditional chemicals can be broadly toxic, can lead to secondary pest outbreaks or pest resurgences and resistance.
Guardian Pest Control is approved by the Connecticut Pest Control Association and Department of Energy and Environmental Protection.