Pest Free Home Fallon, Fernley, Reno, Sparks, Nevada


Integrated Pest Management is a process, not a one-time call. While one-time services have their place, ongoing IPM services are essential to a "pest-free home."

"Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is an effective and environmentally sensitive approach to pest management that relies on a combination of common sense practices. IPM programs use current, comprehensive information on the life cycles of pests and their interaction with the environment."

Ready for a free inspection? We are more than happy to dispatch one of our Pest Management Professionals. We will look for infestation evidence, harborage areas, entry points, leaks, cracks, and crevices. Should the inspection yield evidence of an infestation, we will confirm the species and recommend a treatment plan to keep your home "pest- free."

IPM takes advantage of all appropriate pest management options, including, but not limited to, the judicious use of pesticides.

Integrity Pest Management's practical application of IPM can be explained further by our four-step process.

- Inspection

- Identification

- Sanitation

- Exclusion

Before applying any pesticide, our Quality Pro trained Pest Management Professionals thoughtfully consider each Integrated Pest Management principle listed above.



1. Initial Service

One of our highly trained, licensed pest management professionals will treat the interior and exterior of your home.

2. Year Round Protection

Quarterly service begins 30 days after your initial treatment. For example, we will treat the exterior of your home every third month.

3. Beyond First Year

Your quarterly exterior treatments continue, ensuring a pest-free home.

While Northern Nevada is ideally suited for Quarterly Pest Control, Integrity Pest Management offers multiple service types.

- One Time Service

- Every other Month Service

- Monthly Service


Call us @ 775.423.7129 or use our handy "RIngBack Request" tool to book your free inspection.

RingBack Request
Rodent Control Integrity Pest Management

House Mouse

Contrary to popular belief, mice do not hibernate during the cold season. Instead, they actively forage and seek harborage during the winter. Another fun fact to consider; their gestation period is 9–21 days, producing a litter of 3–14 young.