South Florida’s sub-tropical climate is known for its high temperatures and high humidity levels. These factors make the area prime breeding grounds for a large variety of pests that you’ll want to keep out of your home and business. Property owners in south Florida are more vigilant and proactive than most when it comes to these uninvited guests.
Hulett's promise to all of our customers:
Hulett Environmental Services has been proudly providing Miami-Dade and Broward County property owners with efficient and reliable pest control services for over 45 years. Miami Gardens’ area residential and commercial property owners receive the highest level of pest control and prevention service. We will schedule inspections within 24 hours of placing the call because Hulett understands pest elimination is always an urgent matter.
Hulett’s pest elimination protocol has three basic steps:
Pests are able to enter buildings through tiny, almost impossible to detect cracks and spaces around windows, doors, drain pipes, etc. The first step when dealing with a pest infestation is to block the pests’ access points by sealing these cracks in order to be able to prevent them from entering the building after treatment. This will be followed by treatment of the pests inside your home or business. The last step in Hulett’s pest control protocol is the set-up of a pest barrier around your premises that will prevent pests from being able to return to your property.
Whether you’re in northern Miami-Dade County or southern Broward County, Hulett’s pest elimination services are efficient and environmentally responsible. You can rest assured that the baits and gels we use in and around your building will not affect your family, pets or the environment.
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