Pest Control in International city dubai

Quality Pest Control Services is best available exterminator in International city dubai, it has providing pest management solutions to residents. Our features are flexible timing and affordable pest control services, we are operating with fully insured and approved certificates  following international standards. spray , gel and steam treatments available in low prices. appointments are easy to take by online or phone call. Dubai International city is a country-themed architecture of residences, business, and tourist attractions. .It is composed of 485 buildings embraces the residential districts of Central Business District (CBD), Persia, Greece, Spain, Morocco, England, France, Italy, Russia, China and Emirates. Apart from these districts that were initially planned for Dubai International City namely Lake District and Forbidden City are now on put on hold due to the effects of the Global Financial Recession. Attractions in the city includes the Dragon Mart, which is the worlds biggest machinery and equipment market. Dubai International City is located in the Al Warsan region of Dubai, opposite to the Dubai Central Fruit and Vegetable Market. Spreading over an area of 800 hectares, the arrangement of the city is inspired by the traditional carpets of Middle East.

Physical Pest control

Physical pest control involves trapping or killing pests such as insects and rodents. Historically, local people or paid rat-catchers caught and killed rodents using dogs and trapsOn a domestic scale, sticky flypapers are used to trap flies. In larger buildings, insects may be trapped using such means as pheromones, synthetic volatile chemicals or ultraviolet light to attract the insects; some have a sticky base or an electrically charged grid to kill them. Glueboards are sometimes used for monitoring cockroaches and to catch rodents. Rodents can be killed by suitably baited spring traps and can be caught in cage traps for relocation. Talcum powder or “tracking powder” can be used to establish routes used by rodents inside buildings and acoustic devices can be used for detecting beetles in structural timbers. Poisoned bait is a common method for controlling rats, mice, birds, slugs, snails, ants, cockroaches and other pests. The basic granules, or other formulation, contains a food attractant for the target species and a suitable poison. For ants, a slow-acting toxin is needed so that the workers have time to carry the substance back to the colony, and for flies, a quick-acting substance to prevent further egg-laying and nuisance