Commercialized tick control will now also apply to residential and/or private property incidences. The work is that crucial by now. Also note that commercial tick control hickory operations will be aligned with treatment work. Treatment work will include first-time property inspections primarily to identify the nesting or breeding areas of the ticks. The inspectors will know where to look. Treatment work will also extend to actual extermination of insect species from its identified areas of habitat.
But once the extinction of the species is perceived, the control work has really only just begun. This could still only be the beginning of the story. At least three weeks after the premises were wiped clean of the insect pests, the technicians return to the scene of the crime. They need to be there to make sure that there are no remnants of any further breeding. Consumers may well have concerns at this point.
So much for termite, cockroach and tick extermination. Why return if they are all gone? This return must never be seen as a poor reflection of the work that these men do. In fact, it should be indicative of their very own meticulous attention to detail. They just want to make certain that not a single new egg has been laid. This, rather, is a reflection of the insects’ own resilience. Small in size a single creature may be.
But in swarms and clusters, they are larger than life. They have the ability to migrate across hundreds of miles until such time that they have found their perfect nesting ground. The need to do ongoing inspections should also be a reflection of the sign of the times. And of course, this is the time of the virus which incidentally could be carried by these creatures.