Regain Control of Your BC Property with a Pest Impact Strategy Audit (PISA)
An intensive and valuable property assessment service for commercial and multi-residential properties.
Looking to implement better pest management and don’t know where to start? Feel like you’re locked into a pest control contract and do know how to get out? The PISA is here to inform and help.
Due to the BC ban on second-gen rodenticides, many commercial and residential properties need to rethink their programs. A PISA is a great way to get started.
It all starts with a detailed structural inspection.
No building is constructed or finished to be resistant to pest incursions. Even brand-new developments will often have pests move in immediately after the human occupants.
Whether your structure is brand new or aged, you likely have built-in flaws are will allow easy access for any pest that attempts. This does not mean your structure is poorly built, building codes simply allow for these oversights.
The PISA was developed for a variety of specific purposes. Why do you need one?
Maybe you want to take a step back and look at the big picture before you pull the trigger on a new program or provider. Or maybe you have a pest-related problem you are having trouble solving. If this sounds like you, starting with a PISA could be the best starting point.
For the cost of an average callout, a PISA will empower you to make cost-effective, sustainable pest management decisions.
Gone are the days of ineffective, unsustainable poison programs.
Make better, informed property and pest management decisions armed with your PISA.
What Does It Include?
1. Site Assessment
A full assessment of the property to identify the species on-site, available resources, structural risks, and human behavior contributing to pest conflicts.
2. Ecosystem Positioning Analysis
A report of the property’s position within its environment, including regulatory and social factors that impact pest control and wildlife management options.
3. Structural Report
An in-depth structural assessment that identifies active and potential pest entry points, as well as details the correct options for a permanent repair.
4. Stakeholder Surveys
As part of the audit process, we collect and investigate anecdotal information from willing parties that may be impacted by any current pest or wildlife conflicts.
5. Contract Evaluation
If applicable, your PISA will include an assessment of any current pest management contracts that impact the property’s pest management strategy and decisions.
6. Sustainable Pest Management Program
A sustainable and effective pest management program that will focus your money and attention on the root causes of your problems and the ongoing improvement of your property.
Frequently Asked Questions
Mice are very small, usually just bigger than your thumb and their droppings are the size of a grain of rice.
Rats are usually much bigger than mice and their droppings range from the size of a tic-tac to a jelly bean and beyond.
It doesn’t work, really it’s that simple.
Find info on why it is such a problem outside of rat control here.
Nope. You have likely purchased your stations and their contracts typically don’t hold water. Simply call them and state you won’t tolerate poison on your property and if they can’t provide an equal trapping alternative, you don’t want their services. Usually, they pull you from the route and leave the equipment for us to deal with.
This works most of the time. We’re here to help at any point.