You may be wondering why the technicians with IPM pest control wear personal protective equipment (PPE) such as coveralls, gloves, goggles and respirators?
The safety of our clients, family members, pets, properties and employees is our top priority at IPM of Northern Colorado.
Most products are safe to the touch when the water based spray is dry; usually within an hour. Respirators and other PPE are used by our technicians to prevent exposure to the localized and temporary mist generated by spray applications. Procedural steps are taken to ensure there are no hazards generated to our clients or neighboring properties.
IPM is licensed with the Colorado Department of Agriculture to provide professional pesticide application services. License # 14215
IPM continually measures and tests all of the control products we use to ensure the most safe and effective treatments possible.
There is no such thing as a truly safe pesticide for human consumption. Our safety practices and procedures help to ensure that we are providing safe and effective pest control services using proven commercial pesticide products.
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