The 12 Step Approach to Intensive Commercial Progressive Treatment for the Restaurant Environment
Focusing on crawling insects, such as German cockroaches, American cockroaches, ants, spiders and crickets.
An IPM step. Do a thorough inspection to identify active infestations and conditions conducive, and develop a treatment plan.
Utilize a hepa back pack vacuum system to physically remove any visible pests from the structure.
Fecal Focal Point
Coat fecal material with Nibor D product to affect the bacteria and disrupt insect digestion.
Crack & Crevice Nesting Sites
Treat cracks and crevices in structure and contents with Nibor D powder in order to impact areas where insects take harborage.
Using a Hartley duster, inject Nibor D powder into voids where insect live and breed.
Floor Level Moisture Treatment
Using in a mop solution or duster, apply to cracks and crevices that are routinely washed or are in high moisture areas.
Monitoring & Caulking
An IPM and quality assurance step, use insect monitoring stations to routinely check insect pressure inside the structure. Caulk, as needed.
The exterior treatment specifications will follow the commercial progressive schedule.
Web wipe accessible eaves and other outside areas with a Webster head treated with Microcare.
Using a B&G, treat hot spots around windows and doors.
Use a power sprayer or back pack sprayer on landscape features, including up structure’s foundation by 2-3 feet and out away from the structure by one foot to create a barrier. Also, treat sidewalk cracks & edges, water/meter boxes, tree trunks and under bushes.
Outer Barrier Treatment
Apply granules or baits to thick grass, mulch, rock beds, decorative bark and other similar areas to impact insects approaching structure.
Caulk small cracks, crevices and insect entry points into the structure with DAP white aerosol or clear caulk.