Pest Control Services Putrajaya
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Pest Control In Putrajaya
Pests are creatures that cause a nuisance to people, especially in their homes and workplace. Flies, bed bugs, rats, and cockroaches carry microbial diseases and infect people, causing health issues like allergy and food poisoning and leading to death. Pest control is the best step to protect the health of the residents and the household. We provide pest control in Putrajaya begins with the surveying stage, where a team of experts inspect the home or workplace to determine the severity of the pest infestation. Then, the team will provide a few solutions that are tailor-made for the pest problem. Biological or chemical methods can do pest control.
COVID19 pandemic has raised crucial questions on the safety of the workplace environment like no other. Many companies began to employ disinfection services to sanitize their workplace as a preventive method to combat this disease now. The cleaning team uses various techniques and cleaning products to ensure clean surfaces to cut down on the spread of germs, diseases, and bacteria viruses. Disinfection services don’t disrupt the flow of business. Moreover, our disinfection service team in Putrajaya has access to hospital-grade disinfect that is far more effective than store-bought chemicals. In short, disinfection services provide better health security during this pandemic than regular cleaning services.
Putrajaya (Malaysian pronunciation: [putraˈdʒaja, putrəˈdʒajə]), officially the Federal Territory of Putrajaya (Malay: Wilayah Persekutuan Putrajaya), is a administrative capital and the judicial capital of Malaysia. The seat of the federal government of Malaysia was moved in 1999 from Kuala Lumpur to Putrajaya because of overcrowding and congestion in the former, whilst the seat of the judiciary of Malaysia was later moved to Putrajaya in 2003. Kuala Lumpur remains as Malaysia’s national capital city per the constitution and is still the seat of the head of state (Yang di-Pertuan Agong) and the national legislature (Parliament of Malaysia), as well as being the country’s commercial and financial centre.
The establishment of Putrajaya was the idea of the then-Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad. The development of Putrajaya began in August 1995 and it was completed at an estimated cost of US$8.1 billion. On February 1, 2001, Putrajaya became Malaysia’s third federal territory, after Kuala Lumpur in 1974 and Labuan in 1984. Putrajaya is also a part of MSC Malaysia, a special economic zone that covers Klang Valley.