Apartment Communities -
We customize our pest programs to fit your needs. We work hard to understand your needs by listening to you and your staff and carefully assessing your facilities through detailed inspections. We'll provide you with free consultation so that you can learn about our wide range of services.

Integrated Pest Management (IPM):   An approach to pest control that combines all available methods of preventing pests in a given environment. In our IPM programs, pesticides are used only when necessary to achieve acceptable levels of control with the least possible harm to humans, non-target organisms and the environment.

IPM methods may be biological, such as employing growth regulators or parasites; mechanical, using traps or other exclusion techniques; or even cultural, such as focusing on better sanitation to prevent pest-conducive conditions.
        
         -  Rodent Control
         -  Bed Bug Control
         -  Bird Control


Warehouses
Restaurants
Warehouses  -
Integrated Pest Management (IPM):   An approach to pest control that combines all available methods of preventing pests in a given environment. In our IPM programs, pesticides are used only when necessary to achieve acceptable levels of control with the least possible harm to humans, non-target organisms and the environment.

IPM methods may be biological, such as employing growth regulators or parasites; mechanical, using traps or other exclusion techniques; or even cultural, such as focusing on better sanitation to prevent pest-conducive conditions.
        
           1.  Inspection
           2.  Building Draft Study
           3.  Pest Identification
           4.  Customized Programs
           5.  Treatment Strategies
           6.  On-going Monitoring

Stored-Product Pests... Grain weevils, Indian meal moths or saw-toothed and merchant grain weevils thrive on grain, bran, rice and flour. These hungry pests can cost a mill, bakery, food processing facility or restaurant thousands of dollars in contaminated product. Even worse, they can jeopardize a company's compliance with government regulations, potentially stopping operations altogether. One reason stored-product pests can cause so much damage is that they contaminate much more than they eat, meaning even a small infestation can have a significant impact on final product output. Don't let stored product pests take a bite out of your business




Restaurants -
• Perimeter treatments around freestanding buildings to create a barrier to pest entry.
• Fly control using Family's special protocols, which make use of light traps, jar traps, odor-control techniques and flying-insect monitoring    devices.
• Sanitation inspections and monthly treatments.
• Refuse-area treatments to eliminate any odors or food debris outside your restaurant that could attract pests.
• Food-safety inspections and recommendations as part of every regular service visit.

Integrated Pest Management (IPM):   An approach to pest control that combines all available methods of preventing pests in a given environment. In our IPM programs, pesticides are used only when necessary to achieve acceptable levels of control with the least possible harm to humans, non-target organisms and the environment.

IPM methods may be biological, such as employing growth regulators or parasites; mechanical, using traps or other exclusion techniques; or even cultural, such as focusing on better sanitation to prevent pest-conducive conditions.


Construction Sites
Construction -
Prior to construction, many planned sites are heavily forested, housing many of the animals, insects, and pest that inherently invade our homes.  Constructors disturb many of these burrows during the excavation phase of building, resulting in the various pest concerns to nest deeper into the soil.  During construction rodents gravitate to feeding areas such as dumpsters and scattered debris.  Termites feed off the wood stored on the ground.  This is the same wood used to build homes, commercial and industrial facilities.  The infestation begins.

Family provides preconstruction analysis and treatment programs to prevent these threats.

Integrated Pest Management (IPM):   An approach to pest control that combines all available methods of preventing pests in a given environment. In our IPM programs, pesticides are used only when necessary to achieve acceptable levels of control with the least possible harm to humans, non-target organisms and the environment.

IPM methods may be biological, such as employing growth regulators or parasites; mechanical, using traps or other exclusion techniques; or even cultural, such as focusing on better sanitation to prevent pest-conducive conditions.
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Medical Facilities
Medical Facilities -
Integrated Pest Management (IPM):   An approach to pest control that combines all available methods of preventing pests in a given environment. In our IPM programs, pesticides are used only when necessary to achieve acceptable levels of control with the least possible harm to humans, non-target organisms and the environment.

IPM methods may be biological, such as employing growth regulators or parasites; mechanical, using traps or other exclusion techniques; or even cultural, such as focusing on better sanitation to prevent pest-conducive conditions.

            -Environmentally Friendly Pest Management
            -Bed Bug Control Program

Government Building
Government Buildings -
As a government approved service provider, Family has a proven track record protecting various federal, state, and local facilities from the potential infestations associated with high occupancy complexes such as schools, police and fire facilities, and other government buildings.  These facilities incur pest inviting sanitation issues due to food preparation and inappropriate disposal practices.

Integrated Pest Management (IPM):   An approach to pest control that combines all available methods of preventing pests in a given environment. In our IPM programs, pesticides are used only when necessary to achieve acceptable levels of control with the least possible harm to humans, non-target organisms and the environment.

IPM methods may be biological, such as employing growth regulators or parasites; mechanical, using traps or other exclusion techniques; or even cultural, such as focusing on better sanitation to prevent pest-conducive conditions.

                       •Secure – Family's Pest Specialists are screened and randomly drug tested, so you can have complete confidence in our                                                   service.
                       •Experienced – After more than 20 year in business, there is almost no environment we haven’t worked in, or pest problem                                                         we haven’t encountered.
                       •Reliable – Scheduled service when you need it, provided by the best-trained pest specialists in the industry, so the job will                                                   be done right. If you need us between service visits, we’re there within 24 hours, guaranteed.
                       •Compliant – From OSHA to IPM, Family is familiar with your compliance requirements and well-versed in all the activities                                                         required to meet them.



Hotels- Motels
Hotels / Motels -
Due to the extreme volume inherited by the hospitality industry, Pest Control Management is crucial to maintain the integrity of the hotel occupied by most unsuspecting visitors.  The Bed Bug epidemic requires the experience and expertise of Family to eradicate a potential infestation.   Our comprehensive systematic approach will ensure a sense of comfort required by hotel visitors.

Integrated Pest Management (IPM):   An approach to pest control that combines all available methods of preventing pests in a given environment. In our IPM programs, pesticides are used only when necessary to achieve acceptable levels of control with the least possible harm to humans, non-target organisms and the environment.

IPM methods may be biological, such as employing growth regulators or parasites; mechanical, using traps or other exclusion techniques; or even cultural, such as focusing on better sanitation to prevent pest-conducive conditions.