It has proved to be a threat to commercial industries for rats, mice, birds or other animals. In recent years, we have seen this in the news several times with school rats, bed bugs in libraries, rats in shelving grocery stores, rodent and bird droppings in food packages, and the list goes on. Along with many other commercial firms, food and beverage manufacturing plants, distribution centers, schools, hospitals, restaurants, hotels, and even office buildings must ensure that they adopt an efficient maintenance program for pest control using Integrated Pest Management techniques. Have a look at Synergy² for more info on this.
Maintenance programs for pest control are essential for your company; both commercial and industrial areas are often subject to pest issues. Industries such as retail, health care, food service & development, hospitality, property management, government and schools must ensure that an efficient maintenance program for pest control is developed to maintain a safe environment for employees and customers.
The standards for their facilities to be safe and sanitary, but also to preserve their integrity and protect their name, are a key reason for commercial businesses to invest in a pest control maintenance program.
Commercial firms also see issues with pests, such as cockroaches and rodents.
In the Lower Mainland, the’ German’ cockroach is the most prevalent. Restaurants, bakeries, coffee shops, delis, food courts and non-food businesses can find them. In the last few years the technology for handling roaches has advanced considerably.
Mice and rats may be harboring illnesses. Both rodent forms are nocturnal, so at night you can hear movement. In all types of houses, mice and rats are included. You can find droppings in places such as boiler rooms, behind tables, in cafeterias, in false ceilings, behind storage racks in warehouses, etc. at a commercial or industrial site. Trapping, baiting, pest maintenance systems, point of entry inspections, exclusion and cleanups provide methods of care for eradicating rodents.