Turn Pests Back to Insects
To guard our planet, Will Legend always prefers the use of non-toxic, and natural materials over conventional toxic pesticides or insecticides. To turn pests back to insects, the best approach is to prevent insects from getting inside the home, and workplace, it can be done by improving sanitation level, applying physical devices, and materials as well as an effective building maintenance program.
Reduce The Use of Pesticides
Will Legend always seeks for alternative ways to reduce the use of conventional pesticides or insecticides. Besides, we have a more meaningful work to do – educate public to love insects. To protect our future generations, we must find a way to turn pests back to insects, and then share nature together with them. Eventually, we can reduce dramatically the use of conventional pesticides or insecticides.
Physical Control Methods and Non-toxic Materials
Loving our nature by reducing damages to the ecosystem. While working on a green-pest control programme for you, Will Legend always goes for the pesticide-free ways first like using mosquito traps, sticky traps, sealants, and repellents etc to reduce the pest nuisances. If you’re a DIY enthusiast, please buy the DIY Pest Control Products through our online store.
The World Health Organization Recommended Insecticides
Safer insecticides are preferred for use wherever humans, pets and nature must share a environment. For indoors, we recommend to use insecticides compliant with World Health Organization (WHO), or Automotive Engineers (AMS 1450A) certified.
The common flying and crawling pests are mosquitoes, midges, flies, drain flies, yellow jackets, cockroaches, rodents (rats), termites, ants, bed bugs, fleas, ticks, booklouse, silverfish, millipedes, centipedes, earwigs etc.
Will Legend Dedicates to Protects Bees
Will Legend encourages public to report unwanted bees or beehives around your home. While killing bees is the most common way that many pest companies will do, we disagree. Will Legend not only won’t kill bees, we relocate bees or beehives to bee farms and let them grow instead.