Home Fumigation

Home Fumigation

How long should you stay out of the house after Fumigation?

After Home Fumigation Depending on how thorough such immigration is, you should stay out for at least 24 hours. Fumigation is the use of fumigants (gaseous chemicals) to suffocate and kill pests within a structure. Hire Universal professional fumigators who can help you tackle pest problems as efficiently as possible.

Fumigation Services have a dedicated team of professionals who have more than 20 years of working experience in killing cockroaches, Insects, termites, Bed bugs, mosquitoes, rats, etc. in Karachi.

Our Expert Fumigation Technicians:

Our expert technicians venture to get to the core of the problem and exterminate it once and for all. Progress has to be monitored. Locally owned and operated very satisfaction service, we use the latest and most technologically advanced methods of pest elimination available to the industry while minimizing our impact on the environment. So needless to say, once you appoint us to take care of the problem we will make sure we see the end of it. Universal Fumigation Services provide the most professional Home Fumigation services in Karachi.

Our Quality Fumigation Services:

We are one of the fast-growing pest control services and Home Fumigation Service providers in Karachi. Our goal is to remove the pest problems in your daily life.

We offer quality pest control services and fumigation Services in Karachi. We have a complete solution for your business pest problem. From one service to a yearly contract, based on your problem and requirement. Already dealing with a lot of companies and giving them satisfactory result. You can check our client list.

We care our each and every customer provides as much comfort as we can through our Home Fumigation services.

Highly Hazardous Pesticides:

Highly hazardous pesticides may have acute or chronic toxic effects, posing a particular risk to children, and are recognized as an issue of global concern. Their widespread use has caused health problems and fatalities in many parts of the world, often as a result of occupational exposure and accidental or intentional poisonings.

Available data are too limited to estimate the overall global health impacts of pesticides; however, the global impact of self-poisoning (suicides) from preventable pesticide ingestion was estimated to amount to 155,488 deaths and 7,362,493 Disability Adjusted Life Years (DALYs) in 2016.

The greatest exposure to highly hazardous pesticides is for agricultural and public health workers during handling, dilution, mixing, and application. The general population may be exposed through the consumption of residues of pesticides in food and, possibly, drinking water.

Pesticides are widely used by pest control operators (PCOs) for the control of vectors, pests of public health importance, stored product pests, structural pests such as termites and wood-boring insects, as well as weeds along highways and public places. The use of pesticides in close proximity to the human population by Pest Controls who are untrained, lacking in competence, and unregulated in many countries is of great concern. Such uncontrolled pest control activities not only affect human health but also damage furniture, buildings and also cause adverse environmental effects and shorten the period of availability of much-needed pesticides due to resistance.

Given the importance and prevailing situation of the pest control industry in many developing countries and to encourage compliance with the Code, the FAO/WHO Joint Meeting on Pesticide Management at its seventh meeting (Geneva, October 2013)recommended that a guidance document be prepared to assist the Member States as well as the

PCO industry in addressing the issues and challenges related to the industry. This guide is intended to provide countries that have yet to require PCOs to be licensed with practical information on implementing their own licensing schemes. Additionally, even for countries reporting that they require PCOs to be licensed, the document will also provide helpful guidance in reviewing and strengthening national PCO licensing schemes.