Museums, historical societies, and other sites with preserved collections require an eagle eye for pest problems and a kid glove for treatments. If left unchecked, carpet beetles, clothes moths, rodents, and other pests can chew through collections, destroying specimens and archives.
Associates at First Illinois Systems understand how to monitor for museum pests and stop them in their tracks. We avoid the unnecessary use of chemicals if possible, offering an IPM approach with monitors, pheromone traps, baits, and other least toxic approaches.
First Illinois Systems is a member of The Illinois Association of Museums and presently serves 12 museums. With us, your pest problems are history!
“…careful, knowledgeable, trustworthy, and cost-effective. First Illinois Systems always has the interests of the museum first and foremost.”
— Illinois Association of Museums (IAM), Springfield, IL