Treating a pest infestation can be as simple as spraying pesticide onto a gathering of cluster flies or as complicated as fumigating a complete building. With so many options available the decision about which removal treatment is best can be confusing. Not only do the remedies differ for each type of pest but the habits may vary enough even between species of the same pest to require different control methods.
For example, the techniques used to eradicate each of the three termite groups (dampwood, drywood and subterranean) are often specific to the species. They may even vary depending on the structure of the building involved in the process.
Professional pest control services differ in both the methods, costs, and specialties that their organizations consist of.