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10 Things Ours Pest Control Technician should do at your Home There are many pests for which homeowners can be a DIY'r for pest control. But there are some pests and pest incidents that are better handled by pest control professionals, such as most instances of termite and bed bug infestations. And there will be other times that you would simply prefer to hire a professional or even contract for regular service. So, when you do need a professional form Total Hygiene, what can and should you expect? Following are 10 things that you should expect from ours pest control Technician: 1.Pre-service. If applicable, prior to the day of service, you should be informed of any preparation you may have to do to enable service to be performed. This could include cleaning, clearing specified areas, removing pets, storing/covering foods, planning to keep children out of the area during service, etc. 2.On-time arrival. As with our Technician, a specific time or time range should be given, and you should be able to expect that the technician will arrive within a reasonable period of the scheduled time. Or, if he or she has been delayed for any reason, you should receive a phone call about the delay, time of expected arrival – and the option to reschedule if that no longer fits your schedule. 3.Clean, neat appearance and equipment. Every pest control technician should arrive looking professional in neat clothing with clean equipment. Pesticide dripping down the side of a sprayer will likely drip across your home as well. 4.Show identification. If this is the first time the technician has serviced your home (or each time if you prefer), he or she should be able to show company identification, with photograph, so that you feel comfortable allowing him or her to enter your home. 5.Pre-service communication. Before beginning service, the technician should discuss the situation with you, asking: What is the pest problem for which you need service? What pests have you seen? Where have you seen them? It can be beneficial to walk around the home and/or property with the technician to show him or her what was seen and where. At this time, or following the next step (Inspection & Identification), the technician should communicate the treatment to be made, products to be used, etc. This is also a good time to ask any questions you may have about the service and products to be used. 6.Inspection & Identification. The service professional should then conduct an inspection for the pests and signs of pest presence. He/she should inspect the sites you discussed and other areas where the pest is likely to be and look for any potential contributing or conducive conditions. The inspection should also include positive identification of the pest, in order for correct treatment to be made. If the service technician did not discuss proposed treatment and products prior to this, or if anything found during the technician's inspection causes a change in the treatment plan, he/she should again communicate with you to explain the treatment to be performed and products to be used, and discuss any questions or concerns you may have. 7. Treatment. Based on all the above, the technician will perform the applicable service, ideally conducted with an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) approach. 8.Post-service communication/Recommendations. Once treatment has been made, the technician should again communicate with you: telling you what has been done – where, why, and how; noting any precautions you may need to take (e.g., when pets and children may return); answering any further questions you may have; and making recommendations for any action you need to take and/or follow up they will make. For example, if mice were the issue, the technician may recommend areas where gaps need to be sealed, screens mended, etc. 9.Service Report. In addition to discussing the information with you, the service technician should provide you with a written service report (similar to those provided for an automotive service), noting (again) what was done where, when, how and why. It should also include contact information and any recommendations. 10.Follow up, if needed. For some pests, such as bed bugs, elimination cannot be achieved in a single visit. Thus, you should be informed of any further service that will be needed and any other follow-up that is required or recommended. We have the effective solutions to shutdown Spiders, Cockroaches, ants and more. Guaranteed For Commercial Pest Control Contact – 99947 69966. Best Commercial Pest control Provider in Coimbatore Visit – www.totalhygieneservices.in
Seven ways to protect your baby from mosquitoes bites Mosquitoes can bring with them all sorts of illnesses. Dengue, chikungunya and malaria are among the more common mosquito-related illnesses in India. Fortunately, they are preventable. Here are some ways to protect your baby and your family against mosquitoes. 1. Dress to protect One of the most effective ways of protecting your baby is to minimise the area of exposed skin. Choose lightweight knits and cotton garments that allow the passage of air while covering your child's body. Clothing should be loose-fitting, because mosquitoes can bite through tight-fitting clothing. Shorts, skirts, dresses, sleeveless tops and dresses are best avoided during the mosquito season. Younger babies can be dressed in onesies or body suits that cover as much of body as possible. If you're dressing your baby in a two-piece set, ensure her tummy is well covered with an inner vest. For older babies pick long pants, a lightweight long-sleeved shirt or top and socks and closed shoes. A broad-brimmed hat can help to keep insects away from the face. The colours you choose also play a part. Light-coloured clothing appears to be less attractive to many biting insects, including mosquitoes. On the other hand, dressing your baby in dark bright colours or flowery prints will attract mosquitoes and insects. 2. Choose the right mosquito repellent Chemical repellents are considered the most effective mosquito repellents available. Most of them are effective for about two to five hours after application, depending on the concentration of the chemical in the product. However, do not use repellents on babies less than two months of age. For babies over two months of age, experts recommend that parents choose the lowest concentration of chemical possible. The most common chemical in Indian mosquito repellents is N, N-diethyl-benzamide (DEB). Some repellents contain DEET as well. Don't use a repellent with more than 30 per cent DEET, picaridin or IR3535 on your baby. Learn more about how to select the right mosquito repellent. 3. Bring out the nets and screens Mosquito nets Nets can be very effective if used well and the advantage is that, they have no negative health effects. If you share your bed with your baby, you can use a big net over your bed. Make sure to keep nets securely attached. Check to see that no mosquitoes are caught under the net. If your baby sleeps in a cot next to your bed, you can use a separate cot net. However, keep in mind that cot nets can become ineffective if you are taking your baby out of his bed to feed or change a nappy several times a night. Keep your baby's cot, pram, stroller, and baby carrier covered with mosquito netting at all times, both indoors and outdoors. Mosquito screens on doors and windows To keep mosquitoes out of your house, install wire mesh and screens on doors and windows. Nylon insect screens are another good option. These screens are attached to the windows with Velcro and can be regularly washed. These measures will prevent mosquitoes, bugs and insects from entering your home. And will let you enjoy the benefits of fresh air, day in and out. Close any gaps in the window or door frames as well. Attach pest control door stopper brushes on doors so that insects and bugs don’t find their way in from under the doors. 4. Choose mosquito repelling fragrances You'll find a range of products, from incense sticks to scented candles and essential oils, that repel mosquitoes and can also help to keep your house mosquito-free and smelling nice. Some scents such as lemongrass, citronella, cedar, neem, lavender, eucalyptus, and soybean can help repel mosquitoes. On the other hand, floral and fruity scents perfumes tend to attract mosquitoes and insects. It’s possible that some products contain synthetic compounds or a mixture of fragrances that might attract mosquitoes. So, as far as possible, try to use fragrance-free lotions, soap, oils, shampoos and toiletries. 5. Don't rely entirely on home remedies and natural repellents Many mums swear by home remedies and natural methods of repelling mosquitoes. Some mums prefer to use homeopathic treatments while some may choose to use cloves (laung) in lime (nimbu). However, there's not enough evidence to prove how efficient they are. If you want to try home remedies, take care to always use other ways of repelling mosquitoes alongside. Use repellents that are applied to the skin, protective clothing and/or mosquito nets. 6. Clear mosquito breeding grounds It's important to get rid of any places where mosquitoes thrive. Mosquitoes breed in stagnant water and can lay their eggs in very small amounts of water. Make sure that any water tanks, drums and buckets are covered so the mosquitoes can’t get in. Don’t leave water in coolers, plant pots, flower vases, indoor plants and pet dishes for too long. It takes seven to 10 days for mosquito eggs to hatch. So, change the water in containers often. Clean all water containers once a week. Make sure to scrub the sides well. Add a few drops of kerosene oil to open drains, small ponds and other places where stagnant water remains. The oil forms a thin film over the water and stops mosquitoes from breeding. In many areas, there will be spraying or fogging organised to get rid of the mosquitoes, but you could do a check around your own house or your own building to make sure that there's no standing water or areas where mosquitoes could breed. Remove any dry or rotting leaves, old tyres, tin cans, jars, bottles or empty flowerpots around your home. They can all collect rainwater. 7. Learn to recognise and prevent mosquito-borne diseases Mosquitoes thrive in warm and humid weather so be cautious during the mosquito season. To keep your family safe, learn about the symptoms, treatment and preventative measures of mosquito-borne diseases. Dengue The dengue virus is carried by Aedes aegypti mosquitoes and spread through their bites. These mosquitoes tend to bite during the day. They are most active in the early morning and late afternoon. The mosquitoes carry the virus for life, which is about 40 days. There is no vaccine, and you cannot be fully immune to dengue if you’ve had it just once. The dengue virus has four different, but closely related strains. Read more about dengue in children. Chikungunya Chikungunya is spread by the bite of an Aedes aegypti mosquito, the same mosquito causes dengue. This mosquito typically bites during the day, especially in the mornings and late afternoons. There is no vaccine against chikungunya, but according to the evidence available to date, if you get chikungunya you should have life-long immunity against the disease. Read more about chikungunya in children. Malaria Malaria is a disease caused by a parasite which infects a certain type of mosquito. These infected mosquitoes spread malaria when they feed on humans. There are four types of malaria parasites which infect humans. They are: plasmodium falciparum plasmodium vivax plasmodium ovale plasmodium malariae Plasmodium falciparum and plasmodium vivax are the most common. Plasmodium falciparum is the most deadly. Unlike dengue and chikungunya, the mosquitoes that spread the disease are most active at night, during the period between dusk and dawn. Unfortunately, you cannot be completely immune to malaria, if you have had it just once. Your body gradually acquires some natural immunity, but only after repeated bouts of the disease. 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Post Construction Cleaning Service After the completion of construction for a commercial or residential project, there is often a detailed post construction clean up required.We provide thorough, post-construction cleaning services to remove all the dust and debris and leave your premises sparkling. We use the most advanced products and methods to make your newly renovated or constructed property look its best. We employ highly trained staff to complete the post construction clean up quickly and even work nights to fit in tight schedules, effectively. Our post-construction cleaning tasks include: Washing all surfaces High dust removal from ceiling pipes, duct work, vents, light fixtures, etc. Stain removal, scrubbing, dusting and vacuuming of all surfaces Cleaning of the insides of desks and file cabinets Full sanitizing of kitchens and bathrooms to make them ready for your use Scrub floors and tiles, polish stainless steel, wipe walls and more Hard floor maintenance including floor cleaning, waxing and buffing Cleaning windowsills and window frames Window and facade cleaning including scraping and etching removal Pest control An important part of after construction cleaning is debris removal. We remove junk and heavy debris such as wood, metal, drywall, old windows, old doors, trash, construction site waste and construction by-products. We bring a dump truck and necessary tools to safely remove all of the debris. At this stage of construction clean up, we also provide regular cleaning and maintenance program to keep your facility looking its best day after day, year after year.
Identifying a Mouse or Rat Problem in Your House A good home inspection will help you determine the type of rodent you're dealing with, their patterns of activity, what's bringing them inside your home, and most importantly - which rodent-control product to use for eliminating them. The first step to getting rid of mice or rats is figuring out which rodent you're dealing with - and how many there are. Before you take any steps to control a rodent problem, be sure to inspect the premises inside and out. Conducting a thorough inspection will be critical for helping you decide which method of control is right for you. With a flashlight, examine dark areas where rodents like to hide. And be sure to look up, down and all around for signs where rodents travel. A good inspection will help you determine: • The type of rodent - is it a house mouse, Norway rat or roof rat? • The severity of the problem • Where they eat, travel, and nest • The cause of your problem - whether it's poor sanitation, available food, or water • The best type of rodent control product to use and where to place it for success Tell-tale Signs of Rats and Mice include: • DROPPINGS • URINE ODORS • GNAWED HOLES • RUB AND GNAW MARKS • RODENT RUNWAYS • RODENT NESTS • SCAMPERING NOISES • UNUSUAL PET BEHAVIOR Rodent droppings are a sure sign that rats or mice are present, and will indicate the type of rodent, the size of the infestation, and where they are most active. Mouse droppings are small, less than one quarter inch, and pointed on both ends. Rat droppings are half an inch or larger. Norway Rat droppings are blunt at both ends, while Roof Rat droppings are have pointed ends. New droppings are shiny and putty-like in texture, while old ones are hard and crumbly. Varying feces sizes indicate that juveniles and adults are present, and lots of droppings may be an indication of a large infestation. The location of the droppings indicates active areas where you should place bait or traps. Rodent urine has a strong musky odor. With large infestations you can easily smell it. Gnawed mouse holes are small, clear-cut, and about the size of a dime. Gnawed rat holes are large, about the size of a quarter, with rough torn edges. Oily rub marks are left in places where rodents travel along walls. If rub marks smear, you know they are fresh. Gnaw marks on wood around the house also are a sign. Tooth marks about one eighth inch long are typical of rats and small scratch marks are a sign of mice. Common rodent pathways are generally along interior walls, building foundations, ledges, pipes, electrical wires, conduits, tree branches and fence rails. Norway rats nest in burrows outdoors deep in the ground. Roof rats typically nest above ground in attics, trees, or dense vegetation. Mice will shred paper, string, and other pliable materials to build their nests indoors. Rodents are nocturnal. At night they often create scratching sounds as they run inside walls and along floors Pets tend to act unusual when they hear or smell rodents in the house. They may appear extremely alert, bark, or begin to paw at spaces beneath refrigerators, stoves, or low-clearance pieces of furniture. Identifying the correct rodent culprit and understanding their behavior can help you select the right rodent control solution and help prevent future infestations. Tomcat offers a number of different rodent control solutions, such as refillable bait stations. We Offer Commercial Pest Control Services to Blow Industries Pest Control Services for Accommodation and Hospitality Pest Control Services for Education Facilities Pest Control Services for Food Processing Pest Control Services for Government Facilities Pest Control Services for Healthcare Facilities Pest Control Services for Manufacturing and Warehouse Pest Control Services for Property Management Pest Control Services for Restaurant Services For Free Inspection and Estimate Contact – 99947 69966. Best Commercial Pest control Provider in Coimbatore Visit – www.totalhygieneservices.in
Housekeeping Services in Coimbatore Housekeeping Services in Coimbatore, Total Hygiene services is a leading provider of diversified housekeeping services in Coimbatore and cities like Tirupur, Salem, Erode, Mettupalayam, and Pollachi. Total Hygiene services offers housekeeping services tailor made to your need and wallet. Different Types of Guest Room Cleaning Agents / Chemicals (R1 to R9) Cleaning agents are the most critical aids of housekeeping department in their day to day operations to keep the room and public area neat and clean. When it comes to Cleaning chemicals / agents Taski or Diversey products are considered as the bench mark in hospitality industry. There are specific products which need to be used for each cleaning requirement and these cleaning agents are given specific codes eg: R1, R2, R3 (The letter 'R' Stands for 'Room Care'.) Etc. for ease of identification, recognition and use. 1.TASKI / Diversey R1: Cleaning and Sanitising of Bathroom / Toilet surfaces 2.TASKI / Diversey R2: All purpose cleaning agent 3.TASKI / Diversey R3: Glass cleaner 4.TASKI / Diversey R4: Furniture polish 5.TASKI / Diversey R5: Air Freshener / Room Freshener 6.TASKI / Diversey R6: Toilet bowl cleaner 7.TASKI / Diversey R7: For removal of oil and grease 8.TASKI R9: Removal of hard stains from Bathroom Walls and Fittings For More Information Call – 9994769966 Visit – www.totalhygieneservices.in
The best pest control services provider in Coimbatore. Call 9994769966, 7708896568. Is Your Business Giving Pests What They Want? They May Be Small, But Their Cost Can Be Huge Just one pest can have a financial impact on your business, but a larger infestation could cripple your operation’s reputation. And since a few pests can multiply quickly once inside, trying to prevent them from getting in is the key. Entry Points: Pests can enter your business in many ways, including through doors, windows, vents, plumbing, cracks or holes in walls and floors, or via supplier deliveries. Water Sources: Pests require water daily, which means water fountains, restrooms, faulty drains, condensation from air conditioning systems and other types of plumbing are attractive breeding grounds. Food Sources: Even minor sanitation mishaps provide adequate food for pests. Cockroaches will eat almost anything – from hair to glue used in cardboard boxes. Harborage Points: Rodents and cockroaches seek living spaces that are small and dark. Little cracks and crevices throughout your facility can provide breeding and living areas for pests. Customer/Employee Areas: Areas like break rooms are critical exposure points. Protecting your customers and staff from unsightly and unhealthy exposure to pests is essential to your business’ success – and to your bottom line. Pests can eat away at your profits in many ways: Did you know your current pest management program could be doing more harm than good, escalating your costs each day? If you continue to see pests in your facility, your provider may be applying the wrong materials and amounts – or possibly even treating the wrong areas. Structural damage Negative customer experiences Damage to raw materials and inventory Transmission of harmful diseases Violation of health regulations Food poisoning Decrease in employee productivity and morale
Apartment Pest Control for Tenants As an apartment tenant what can I do to prevent pest infestations? Sanitation habits play a very important roll in preventing and eliminating pest invaders. Insects and rodents need food, water and shelter to survive and by eliminating as many of these resources as possible you will be able to avoid most infestations. In most cases pest infestations can be spotted very early or prevented all together if sanitation conditions are good. 1. Keep kitchen area as clean as possible.  Wash and put away dishes after every use  Wipe down counter tops to get rid of any little food crumbs  Rinse and dry sinks every night to eliminate a possible water source  Empty toaster crumb trays, wipe down appliances  Thoroughly sweep the floor to get rid of crumbs  Mop at least once a week to get rid of spilled liquids and food particles  Either use a trash can with a very tight fitting lid or take out trash every night 2. Get rid of clutter. Unnecessary clutter will provide harborage for pests.  Throw away cardboard boxes.  Eliminate any unneeded papers, put remaining papers in secure containers.  Do not to put anything (blankets, clothes, files…) under your bed or sofa unless it is in a secure (pest resistant) container.  Get rid of any unused items. (clothes, linens, food items and papers that are left unchecked for long periods of time may become perfect hiding or breeding places for pests) 3. Check for moisture problems periodically. Almost every pest will need water to sustain itself and all moisture issues should be addressed right away.  Fix leaky faucets.  Check for “sweating pipes”.  Search for and fix any leaking pipes.  Check seals around doors and windows for moisture. We Offer Commercial Pest Control Services to Blow Industries  Pest Control Services for Accommodation and Hospitality  Pest Control Services for Education Facilities  Pest Control Services for Food Processing  Pest Control Services for Government Facilities  Pest Control Services for Healthcare Facilities  Pest Control Services for Manufacturing and Warehouse  Pest Control Services for Property Management  Pest Control Services for Restaurant Services For Free Inspection and Estimate Contact – 99947 69966. Best Commercial Pest control Provider in Coimbatore Visit – www.totalhygieneservices.in
5 Tips to Consider When Hiring a Housekeeping Service The decision to hire a housekeeping or maid service is a personal one that has its pros and cons. For some, the idea of strangers entering your home and cleaning is an invasion of privacy. While others would argue that the time, energy, and peace of mind saved by having a cleaning service is well worth the alternative. Here are 5 tips to consider when hiring a housekeeping service to get you off the fence of decision making. 1.) Choose a service that has been referred: Choosing a cleaning service is like choosing a doctor. If you are concerned about the safety of your home and belongings, find reputable housekeeping services that have references for you to contact. Consider asking your neighbors, coworkers, or family members whom they would recommend. Similarly to a doctor, keep researching until you are comfortable with the information you gather. 2.) Interview the service on the phone first: Most cleaning services will come out and walk through your home for a free consultation and estimate of services. Before they get to this step, ask questions over the phone that is important to you. They should include: *What type of products do they use? Do they change cleaning cloths between homes? *Are they licensed and bonded in case of damage or theft to your home. *How long have they been in business? *What referrals do they have for you to call? 3.) Should you hire an individual or service? The pros for hiring an individual is the personalized attention to detail they will offer. Individuals may offer more services such as folding clothes, and making up beds, beyond the usual cleaning. The cons of hiring an individual include, if they become ill; there isn’t a back-up team to take their place. Insurance and bonding amounts may not be as high for an individual. Therefore if you had an incident in your home, they may not be covered. The pros of hiring a service is they have a team of service people, so the likelihood of a cancellation is minimal. A team of people working on your home at once may make them more thorough. The cons could include, the personalized attention may be reduced, and the time period they spend at each individual home may be less. 4.) Walk through your home with the cleaning representative: Once you’ve decided to have the housekeeping service/or individual come to your home, remember these tips as you walk through your home: *Before they arrive, keep your home in the “usual” state it would be in before a cleaning job would have normally been done. Many people make the mistake of cleaning up the home before the walk through. This is defeating the purpose because the service will quote you a price based on the amount of work, square footage of home, and how long you need them to stay. The staff will be hired based off of this meeting, and the time estimate will be drastically different than what you really need. 5.) Decide if this is right for your family: Go with your instincts when hiring a housekeeping service. Ask questions that will settle your concerns and don’t be afraid to be honest and candid. Your home, family and belongings should feel safe when in the hands of a housekeeping service. If you later find yourself despising to clean, and spend more time cleaning than enjoying a quality lifestyle, then a housekeeping service may be for you. While if you enjoy cleaning, and can’t stand the idea of people in your home as they clean – you probably want to keep your current cleaning regime as is. Think about these tips if you are considering on hiring help to clean your home. At the end of the day, you need to be happy and comfortable with your home. Whether that means hiring a housekeeping service will depend on you and your family. Enjoy your time and home, that’s what life is all about! For Best Housekeeping Services in Coimbatore Call us for Free Visit and Estimate – 9994769966 Visit – www.totalhygieneservices.in
Basic Office Cleaning Tips Cleaning is not just about your house but also your office or in some cases your working area. Your office equipment holds a lot of germs that you couldn’t even imagine, and if you think that you spend more time in your working area than your home you will see why it’s important to keep it clean too. Your mobile phone: We are living in a world of technology. Our mobile phones are not just an essential piece in our lives but also like a part of our body, especially if we need it for business as well. The frequency of cleaning your device is up to you. But the more often you clean it, the further you will be from germs and diseases. There are a few ways of doing it. Pick one and start now! First of all, using any harsh chemical is not the brightest thing to do. You can find phone cleaning kits in stores or online. If you are in a hurry and need a quick resolution, you can try using a scotch tape. It will remove dirt and annoying fingerprints. An alcohol free wet tissue will also help you stay away from germs and bacteria. Your computer screen: We usually don’t understand how dirty the computer screen because of the light is. But if you pay attention when you turn off your computer you will understand that you have to clean it ASAP. Like many electronic devices you should keep harsh chemicals away. You can always find cleaning kits especially made for monitors. The kit contains microfiber cloth which won’t harm your screen and a special solution to get rid of dirt. If you are looking for a more natural way to clean your monitor, mix white vinegar and distilled water equally and fill a small spay bottle. Now all you need is a microfiber cloth. Just remember that it’s always safe and better for your computer to be cool to clean it. Your earphones: You earphones are your saver when you need to be concentrated or to be isolated from others. But do you ever think how dangerous it could be if you don’t pay enough attention to clean them? Earphones can hold bacteria and germs hence they need to be cleaned very often. You should also keep in mind that sharing earphones may cause some diseases as they can transmit bacteria form person to person. It’s obvious that you can not wash them in dishwasher or soak them in water. Prepare a mix of dish-washing detergent and water. Use a gentle cloth with just a small amount of the mixture. Be careful, using too much of the mixture may harm your earphones. If your earphones have a removable silicone covers, clean them separately. Remember to clean them only when they are detached from any device. Your keyboard: Most of the people overlook their keyboard. That’s because they don’t know how dirty it can get. The fact is that your keyboard is dirty than your toilet. To avoid that remember to clean your keyboard frequently. But before that shut down your computer and remove the main plug. If you can unplug the keyboard, if not there are other ways to clean it. Hold it upside down to release any large dust or food clumps. Using a little vacuum will help you get rid of any junk from around and under the keys. Never use any fluid directly to keyboard. Dampen a cloth with a cleaning fluid and wipe your keyboard with it. When you finish, dry it with another cloth. Keeping your office clean is not just about the equipment of course. Your office should be tidy and shiny so you can be more productive. Total Hygiene Services offers professional and reliable housekeeping services. Contact us for your office housekeeping needs Contact – 9994769966 Visit – www.totalhygieneservices.in
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