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Why We Need Pest Control?

Importance of Pests Control

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  • Almost 20% of the world’s food supply is consumed by rodents.
  • Rodents are prime carriers for other dangerous pests such as fleas, ticks, and mites.
  • Rodents carry diseases that are transmittable to humans and other animals.
  • 500,000 people are admitted to the emergency room from insect bites and stings.
  • Nearly 1 million people are allergic to insects that sting.
  • The number of deaths from insect stings ranges from 40-150 people.
  • Pests such as fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes can transmit deadly diseases to humans including malaria, plague, Lyme Disease, and West Nile Virus.
  • Termites alone cost People an average of $50 million in property damage repair.
  • Bed bugs were until recently scarce. Pest Control professionals now are working together to diminish the population of bed bugs
  • More than 45,000 people are bitten each year by rats leading to diseases like rat-bite fever, salmonella, the plague, and trichinosis,
  • Without pest management control practices, food sanitation, food regulation, and health regulations would not be properly achieved
  • Cockroaches have allergens that many people (7-8% of the general public) are allergic to. According to recent studies,
    the third leading cause of a child’s asthma is the roach allergen!
  • Cockroaches are considered to be among the filthiest insects in existence.

Reliance Pest Control is dedicated to protecting public health and property from these and other dangerous pests. Call today for a free estimate.

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Harmful Pests

  • Rats and mice – rodents not only cause significant damage with their gnawing and nesting, but their urine and droppings can also spread disease, and their numbers can grow very quickly, increasing the damage and potential for disease.
  • Bedbugs – having reinvaded the in the last couple of decades after being relatively extinct, bedbugs are biting more and more sleeping children and adults in hotels, homes, and other places.
  • Mosquitoes and ticks – with their bites, these insects not only cause irritation, but their feeding on our blood can also be transmitting disease directly back into our systems.
  • Termites – which cause more than $1,000,000,000 (a billion dollars!) in damage every year in a single country.
  • Cockroaches – known to contaminate food and spread disease (such as the foodborne disease Salmonellosis), cockroaches’ tendency to shelter behind walls and in other hidden areas during the day and appear at night to seek out food and water, means that they are often unseen until their populations have built to incredible numbers – and their potential for harm is significant.
  • House flies – although house and cluster flies are definitely pesky pests, they also can transmit Salmonella, E. coli, Vibrio, and Shigella in their feces and the vomit they regurgitate to digest their food.
  • Ants – such as fire ants—whose bites have been known to kill, and small ants that get into and contaminate food in the home.
  • Raccoons – These wildlife animals can be very aggressive if approached; they will seek shelter and breed in attics and crawlspaces, and their bite can spread disease.

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