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About Us

INTEGRATED PEST ELIMINATION SERVICES (IPES)

"THINKING OUTSIDE OF THE BOX"

When NYS, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Bureau of Pesticides removed the term "extermination" and replaced it with "pest control," where it set precedence in lowering the  expectation of the delivery from the pest service industry and the buying public was reduced.


In response to these new set of substandard pest control procedures, EPA instituted the pest industry standard Integrated Pest Management (IPM) to control pests. The goal of pest control was the limited use of pesticide and the increase use of other methods of physical and other methods to control insects and rodent pests.


This temporary quick fix is designed to repeat service limited treatment to pacify the pest problem, not eradicate them. The buying public never finishes having pest situations while they continue paying for a lower treatment standards.


KOJOS enhanced the pest industry standard, IPM, by taking into account many components necessary to eliminate most pest infestation conditions. The concept of strategies, procedures, and Thinking Outside of the Box has led to the introduction of Integrated Pest Elimination Services (IPES), where construction, constructing, moving and cleaning techniques are used to enhance the IPES performance level.


IPES embraces the best of IPM, while innovating several of its procedures to reach a 0% population or complete pest eradication, while providing a Six (6) Months Limited Written Guarantee on the service performed,


Where pest industry uses IPM to pacify its pest reduction goal, IPES gives its customers $olid $olutions that lead to permanent satisfaction.


KOJOS functions as a small game hunger while organizing the pursuit of pests as does Special Forces. Once every pest is killed either within an apartment, private house, building or ground, new pests must be introduced from an outside source.

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The Perfect Combination

KOJOS offers three (3) different services to satisfy pests.

Each service has its own unique methods of providing the pest control and pest elimination sought. They are IPM, IPES, and TS.

  • IPM is connected to insects and/or rodent pest through Monthly Maintenance Pest Control.
  • IPES has Pest Elimination, where we have a recognized 95%- 98% success rate.
  • TS have Solid Solutions connected to Pest Elimination.


When the service is applied, it produces swift and secure results to rid pest infestations. It provides a varied approach to reach the 0% population desired by the buying public through a rapid service that combines the S.W.A.T. and MISSION IMPOSSIBLE TEAM concept.


Once the pest population is reduced to 0% all services end. It provides a Six (6) Month Limited Written Guarantee After All Services Have Been Completed. IPM, IPES and/or TS can be used separately or in combination.


Example One, IPES can be used to bring the insect and/or rodent population to 0% and IPM can be used to maintain that population.


Example Two, TS can be used to rapidly reduce insect and/or rodent population and the pest control previously servicing the property can remain.


Example Three, IPM can be used for Monthly Maintenance, if and when the desire is to provide residents with a routine service to control pests.

The Connection

IPM is Connected to Monthly Maintenance Programs

IPM is designed to control pest infestations, not eliminate them. This limited system attempts to use as much non-lethal methods as possible to rid insect and rodent infestation problems. It could possibly work if Pest Control Companies could train their Commercial Applicators in the proper techniques to develop the skills and discipline within the various trades to solve the problems. A Pest control company that uses only IPM as its goal and only reference for success to pacify pests will never give their clientele the full satisfaction of the relief sought. New York State accredited schools only teach their students how to pass the written tests, therefore, "You can't teach what you don't know."