Integrated pest management (IPM) includes three basic principles:

  • Under the circumstance that it is impossible to completely eliminate the pests, it is only necessary to control the pest populations below the level of health and economic harm.
  • When choosing control methods, try to use the natural ecological environment to control the breeding of pests.
  • In cases where chemical control is necessary, chemicals should be carefully selected to minimize their impact on biology, humans and the environment.


Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is a holistic program that uses early prevention and control measures for pest risk management, coupled with good sanitation procedures, and continuous supervision. Through this plan, you can reduce the risk of potential pest infections, and in the long run, you can greatly save your costs. In order to manage pests more efficiently and scientifically, Truly Care Pest and Termite Control has summarized a set of the most effective plan for pest control after years of experience and pest control.


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Our IPM technicians have received professional training. They will conduct a comprehensive inspection and identify possible pest problems. Related surveys can help us evaluate the factors that may affect IPM projects, including building structure, human factors and other factors.

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After the survey results are obtained, the IPM technicians will detail the pest situation to you, and then discuss the development of pest control plans and prevention methods together

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IPM generally considers natural ecological environment prevention methods first. If chemical control is necessary, only safe and environmentally friendly drugs will be used. Customer safety will be our primary consideration.

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IPM is a continuous pest management method and requires regular monitoring and inspection to reassess the hazard status. Truly care (Hong Kong) will include regular supervisory inspections into the scope of services. We will conduct regular inspections, track and record the activities or traces of related pests, so as to assess whether we need to implement necessary control management.