MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEETS (MSDS):
A form which lists the properties and / or hazards of a product or substance
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All products used by GM Pest Solutions are the safest on the market and are registered with Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS). Commercial clients are provided with a pest control register containing MSDS for all products used as part of their tailored pest management program. Our treatment methods and programs are the most successful methods available.
Find pest information and links to useful resources below.
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The cockroach is one of the most common insect pests and an infestation can appear quickly. They can hide almost anywhere in a property, most notably within walls, cracks and crevices, inside kitchen cupboards, confined spaces (e.g. behind the fridge) and in drains. No matter where they are hiding, it’s important to engage a pest control professional to get rid of them.
Fleas live off blood from humans and pets, most commonly cats and dogs. They can cause extreme discomfort with infection and irritation and are a major cause of disease. It’s important to keep your home, and more particularly your pet’s sleeping areas clean to avoid a flea infestation. If you are unable to get your flea problem under control, we’re here to help eliminate this issue for you.
Flies & Mosquitos
There are a few things you can do to control fly problems. This includes installing windows and door screens, keeping windows and doors closed where possible, installing window seals and curtains and using an air conditioner to effectively control the climate in your property. If your fly problem is too hard to control, that’s where we come in. We’ve got a number of strategies to reduce and eliminate both indoor and outdoor fly problems.
It’s not uncommon to find rodents living in your walls, roof and floors. You don’t want them hanging around for long as they can contaminate food, spread disease and cause significant damage to your property. We’ve been removing rodents for years, so reach out to us if you want this particular pest problem solved.
There a few different types of spiders to look out for. The web spinning spiders include red back, daddy long legs, leaf curling and the black house spider. Examples of ground dwelling spiders include Sydney funnel web, white tail, wolf and huntsmans. All of these types of spiders can be dangerous and the last thing you want is for yourself, your family or your pets to be bitten by one. To avoid this, make sure you wear covered footwear, don’t leave items like clothes and toys outside for the spiders to rest in and wear gloves when tending to the garden or handling rubbish. Got an unwanted spider guest that you need removed? We’ll use the safest products and strategies to solve this frightening pest problem for you.
Most properties are built with timber, and the cellulose contained within it is what termites feed on. Termites can cause major damage to any property, and in some cases can completely destroy them. It’s important to address the problem early to avoid further damage. We can inspect your property and eradicate this issue before it’s too late. Get in touch with us for a quote.
Stored Pest Products
Storing and handling food safely is the most important element to any food business. Stored product pests can be found anywhere that food is and can cause major contamination issues for your business. Whether it’s in a commercial kitchen, stored in warehouses, or a portable set up, we’ll tailor the needs of any food manufacturing sites to help monitor and control stored product pests. We’ll work with you to develop a pest control program that reduces and eradicates the risk of contamination and infestation. Contact us today to find out how we can help ensure your business is pest-free.
Wasps can be found in places like tree trunks, vents, holes in the ground and in roof and wall cavities. If you have a wasp nest on your property please reach out to us as soon as possible. The only way to destroy a wasp nest and its occupants is to use approved pesticide and this needs to be managed by a licensed pest controller. What we’ll do is use a dusting technique that involves coating the wasps and affected areas with a powder, which will cause no damage to your property.