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Removing unwanted pests effectively and affordably is what you need and should expect from your commercial pest management service.
We expertly tailor custom and industry-specific approaches to meet pest control needs – within industry regulations and at a competitive price. Pest problems are as unique as your business and we strive to address all of our customers’ concerns before service ever begins. We resolve issues with certainty and without expensive add-on services. Our professional technicians are highly trained, certified and versed in industry-specific treatments. Your needs will be addressed in an individual, professional and discreet manner.
We employ an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) approach. The most effective, long-term way to manage pests is by using a combination of methods that work better together than separately. Approaches for controlling pests can be grouped into the following 4 categories.

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Biological

Biological control is a component of an integrated pest management strategy. It is defined as the reduction of pest populations by natural enemies and typically involves an active human role. Keep in mind that all insect species are also suppressed by naturally occurring organisms and environmental factors, with no human input. This is frequently referred to as natural control. Natural enemies can be used as predators, parasites, pathogens, and competitors—to control pests and their damage. Invertebrates, plant pathogens, nematodes, weeds, and vertebrates have many natural enemies.

Cultural

Cultural pest control is the management of pests (insects, diseases, weeds) by manipulation of the environment or implementation of preventive practices. Cultural controls are practices that reduce pest establishment, reproduction, dispersal, and survival. Using plants that are resistant to pests, raising the mowing height of turf to shade out weeds, aerating turf to reduce compaction and plant stress, dethatching to remove habitat, food sources and impediments to management are examplies of this type of pest control.

Mechanical/Physical

Mechanical and physical controls kill a pest directly or make the environment unsuitable for it. Traps for rodents are examples of mechanical control. Physical controls include mulches for weed management, steam sterilization of the soil for disease management, or barriers such as screens to keep birds or insects out.

Chemical

Chemical control is the use of pesticides. In IPM, pesticides are used only when needed and in combination with other approaches for more effective, long-term control. Also, pesticides are selected and applied in a way that minimizes their possible harm to people and the environment. With IPM you’ll use the most selective pesticide that will do the job and be the safest for other organisms and for air, soil, and water quality or use pesticides in bait stations rather than sprays.

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Why us?

We are not now nor will we be a commission based company. We address all concerns of our customers before service starts and stand by our estimates.
Pest control companies have access to the same materials, knowing what to do with them is the key to a successful service program. Our experience and willingness to explore new technologies and techniques makes us somewhat unique in our industry. Trust that our company actively and progressively seeks out “best way” solutions factoring in all facets of pest control and emerging technologies.
Lastly we like being a bugmen. We didn’t start Wolski Brothers so that one day we could sell our client list to a national company. We started because we want to build something we can be proud of today and tomorrow.

We pride ourselves on being the
best value in commercial pest control.

WOLSKI BROTHERS PEST CONTROL – BECAUSE ONE PEST IS TOO MANY.