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CPM Pest - Bed Bugs Control

Bed bugs are parasitic insects of the cimicid family that feed exclusively on blood. The term most commonly refers to members of the genus Cimex of which Cimex lectularius, the common bed bug, is the best known as it prefers to feed on human blood although other Cimex species are specialized to other animals.

CPM Pest - Cockroach Control

"There is never just one cockroach in the kitchen". Yes it is true that where there is one cockroach there are others. If you find one in your house/apartment then you will want to take steps to eliminate all the potential ones lurking in their dark hiding places. The presence of Cockroaches in the kitchen is often detected by their damage or by the fecal matter called frass, they deposit. These signs can help in diagnosing, a cockroach problem.

CPM Pest - Termite Control

Naturally termites are not a pest and their recycling of wood and other plant matter is of considerable ecological importance. It is only when they get into our house and start damaging its structure and wood; we consider them to be a pest. Termites are sometimes called "white ants", though they are not closely related to true ants. Two of the major types of termites are Drywood termites and Sub -terranean termites.

CPM Pest - Rodents Control

RATS BIOLOGY AND HABITS Rats are some of the most troublesome and damaging rodents in India. They consume and contaminate food, damage structures and property, and transmit parasites and diseases to other animals and humans. Rats habitat and thrive under different climatic conditions. They are often found in and around homes and other buildings, farms, gardens, etc.

CPM Pest - Mosquitos and Flies Control

Mosquitoes are vectors of numerous diseases such as malaria, yellow fever, filariasis, dengue chikungunya. Most female mosquitoes require a blood meal before they can produce a batch of eggs. Anopheles, culex and Aedes are the most common species of mosquitoes that spread diseases. These vectors develop through four stages: egg, larvae, pupa and adult, complete development from egg to adult usually takes 10 to 14 days but varies according to the species and temperature.