ECO-FRIENDLY PEST CONTROL IN SPRINGFIELD AND CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI
Bug Zero Environmentally Friendly Pest Control
At Bug Zero, we prioritize your well-being and safety above everything else. As a locally-owned pest control company, we take pride in using products that have minimal impact on the environment as well as safe for families, pets, and businesses.
Over the years, significant changes have been made in pest control methods, and Bug Zero has been around for the majority of them. Of all the changes we have implemented, we are particularly proud of our commitment to using green and eco-friendly practices in our pest control methods.
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Eco-Friendly, Preventative Pest Control Services
Our proactive, preventative InsectaShield® Protection pest control plan ensures your home is free of pests like ants, spiders, mice, and termites by stopping them before they ever get inside. InsectaShield® includes 6 treatments a year. Most homes require only one indoor service per year, so you don’t have to alter your schedule to keep your house pest free. It also includes a continuous warranty between treatments, so you can rest easy knowing you’re covered. Learn more about our process that keeps pests out.
Bed Bug Treatment: Why Heat vs. Chemical?
Thermal Remediation® is not only the most effective treatment currently on the market, but it’s also environmentally friendly and eliminates all stages of bed bugs, from egg to adult.
Previous strategies against bed bugs included a combination of chemical treatments, physical removal, and targeted heat, among others. However, there just isn’t a chemical treatment on the market today that is as effective at total elimination as heat, and anything other than 100% elimination is unacceptable when you’re dealing with something like bed bugs.
Bug Zero sends our bed bug exterminators to Bed Bug University, national Bed Bug Summits, as well as other conferences and educational opportunities so we can always be on the cutting edge of bed bug treatment strategy and research.