Schools and School Districts present a wonderful opportunity for University to display what it does best. Schools are the place where our youngest and brightest spend the majority of their days. This is not an atmosphere where the indiscriminate application of pesticides is either desirable or practical. University Termite & Pest Control helped pioneer the Integrated Pest Management programs that most schools implement today.
Integrated Pest Management stresses the use of multiple techniques to resolve and prevent pest issues. We took the lead early in this process when Arizona decided that it was time to take additional steps to protect our most vulnerable community members.
We have an comprehensive approach to creating pest free environments in Educational atmospheres, that relies upon teaching our clients what pest populations they really need to be conscious about, when to make physical changes to the facility and how to communicate with parents about our services in a way that leaves them confident the District has their children’s health and well being at the front of their concerns.
Because we have been at the forefront of this IPM movement in schools, University Termite and Pest Control has taken the worry out of and eliminated concerns in your consideration of who to call when you are in need of a pest control company. When we treat on and around your campus, you can be confident our systems guarantee success, while keeping both your teachers and their students’ health our number one priority.
The key to successful pest management in any School is a five-fold combination of evaluation, planning, execution and communication… with precise and calculated follow up. University has been doing this for over 41 years. We have perfected taking the challenges unique to your situation, customizing our treatment procedures, our focus solely on adapting and overcoming any and all of your pest predicaments. With such a foundation of experience, our technicians approach each client with a confidence that University’s approach and solution to each individual need is unrivaled and unsurpassed. We know that the perfect balance is struck when our pest professional will evaluate your campus and knows the needs before you can even express them.
The first step to your pest-free success is our initial evaluation of the property. Every campus, along with each individual building, has its own micro-environment. We know that smaller, more densely populated properties can encounter problems that are never found in larger ones. Smaller properties are more likely to encounter unique pest behavior, the pests being forced to adapt to limited space. University takes all of these features into account in designing your specific protocols.
Once your in-depth evaluation is complete, we put our second step, your treatment plan, into motion. We step onto your property determined to address and resolve the issues facing you. University Termite and Pest Control does not take a ‘one size fits all’ approach with your pest control needs. We take into account community assets (well sealed buildings, well designed landscape, good sanitation practices) adjust for liabilities (aging properties, worn or damaged door and window seals, plants or shrubs impeding on structures, and similar situations). With this, and all other contributing factors in mind, your technician executes a specific strategy that encompasses and utilizes both negative and the positive aspects of all issues your campus is facing, all the while solving the pest pressures any particular community faces.
After all these steps and protocols are initiated and executed, it is understandable to wonder what else is there? This is where your investment and your confidence in your choice of University as your service provider really will pay off. Your technician, along with the University Termite & Pest Control team, keeps concise and accurate records of every step of every action taken. From the time your technician arrives, to a products’ percentage, usage and areas treated, you have the capability to examine and understand exactly what was done, when it was done and what measures, if any, need to be initiated by your staff, contributing to the success of eliminating any and all pest issues at hand.