When NYS Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Bureau of Pesticide removed the term "extermination" and replaced it with "pest control," it set a precedence that reduced customer satisfaction level for the delivery pest eradication services from the pest service industry.
In response to these new set of substandard pest control procedures, EPA instituted the pest industry standard Integrated Pest Management (IPM) to control pests. The goal of IPM was the limited use of pesticide and the increase use of more physical and other methods to control rodents.
The temporary quick fix is designed to provide limited repeat service treatments to hopefully pacify the pest problem to the point where customers will tolerate pests, thinking that there was no way to rid locations of them.
They never finish having pest situations while they continue paying for a lower standard of treatments.
RK enhanced the pest industry standard, IPM, by taking into account many components necessary to eliminate most pest infestation conditions. The concept of strategies, procedures, and thinking outside of the box has led to the introduction of Integrated Pest Elimination Services (IPES), where construction, constructing, moving and cleaning techniques are sued to enhance the IPES performance level.
IPES embraces the best of IPM, while innovating several of its procedures to reach 0% population or complete pest eradication, while providing a Six (6) Months Limited Written Guarantee of the service performed.
Where pest industry uses IPM to pacify its pest reduction goal, IPES gives its customers $olid $olutions that lead to permanent satisfaction.
RK functions as a small game hunter while organizing the pursuit of pests as does Special Forces. Once every pest is killed either within an apartment, private house, building or ground, new pests must be introduced from an outside source.
Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is a limited system that attempts to use as much non-lethal methods as possible to rid rodent infestation problems. It could possibly work if Pest Control Companies could train their Commercial Applicators in the proper techniques to develop the skills and discipline within the various trades to solve the problems. A pest control company that uses IPM as its goal and only reference for success to pacify pests will never give their clientele the full satisfaction of the relief sought. New York State accredited schools only teach their students how to pass the written test, therefore, "you can;t teach what you don't know."