2022 was another year full of renovation innovation, new trends, and successful projects. As we look forward to 2023, we recap the past year while gearing up for the new year ahead.

2022 Recap

We helped keep you pest-free in 2022 with our top-of the line pest management services, but our news page has been a great resource for clients new and recurring as well! This year, we learned about seasonal pest control offered by Innovative Pest Management that targets specific pests in specific seasons, the risk of wood destroying insects and what warning signs to be aware of, commercial pest control services, how to be proactive about winter pest control, and how to deal with the threat of bedbugs. Don’t risk another year with pests taking advantage of your home! Schedule a consultation for the new year as soon as possible for new beginnings and starting 2023 right! 


2023 Trends

As 2022 passes, we have a pretty good look at what to expect from 2023 pest control trends. Early on last year a law passed in California banning anticoagulant rat baits. The reason behind the law was to protect animals from accidental poisoning. Pets, wildlife – Even children can fall victim to anticoagulant rat baits. While California may be the only one to pass it so far, but other states are follow suit and the EPA has banned ‘second generation’ rat baits. Overall, poison is growing out of popularity for rodent pest control, leaving individual pest control companies to get creative with eco-friendly methods. 

Products that leave less of a trace and don’t impact the environment are very popular right now. Even though pesticides are still necessary in some situations, they are no longer the be-all-end-all solution they once were.Integrated Pest Management, IPM, is a standard method of pest control that places a focus on protecting the environment. It also uses methods of pest control that are generally safer than pesticides. We already know that just spraying for vermin and leaving poison won’t solve the problem, so you’ve likely already seen IPM in action. 

Thank you to all of our clients who supported us through 2022. From the Innovative Pest Management  team, we’re fortunate for your business and excited for what the new year will bring for us. From new pest control methods to offering the same amount of excellent service and thorough coverage that let you live peacefully in your home again, we’ll be there every step of the way. 

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