Commercial Pest Control Contracts
As soon as the words Pest Control are mentioned, it immediately conjures up visions of Rats in the roof and Cockroaches under the bed. What many of us don’t think about is how important pest control is at work. A pest control contract provides coverage against all types of insects and wildlife including every day insects such as ants and wasps. Nature will always be constantly looking to take advantage of the right types of conditions suitable for a new home. Keeping on top of pest control should be an essential consideration of every businesses health and safety protocols. Disease and infection can easily be transferred throughout a busy office environment by bugs and creepy crawlies that hide away in the day time and, have a field day when everyone’s gone home.
Having a commercial contract for pest control means that with regular inspections and, treatments your much better prepared to be ahead of any unwanted infestation. It also means more environmentally friendly options may be available to you as a preventative measure, instead of being faced with a bigger problem, that may demand an immediately effective solution. Depending where and, how old your premises are, your building will attract different types of insects and rodents.
Industrial parks are home to several different species of wildlife, including the inevitable rodent population, which can cause costly damage to products and inventory. The presence of rodents near outside bins will also mean that staff are more likely to throw company rubbish near too, or around the bin, rather than inside it, which keeps feeding the pest cycle.
More and more commercial business parks are encroaching into what were previously considered to be countryside areas. If your premises are in this type of environment, then there’s always the added possibility of having to deal with Grey Squirrels or an unexpected protected species. A pest control contract gives you the added assurance that the population of wildlife species can be either kept at bay or, checked, monitored.
It’s not just the health aspects of pest control that should be taken into account but also the image of your business. If your premises become associated with rodents then you can guarantee that when people say where the rats are coming from, it will be the name of your company that gets a bigger mention than the infestation. If your company is near a river or waterway then there is an added dimension to where nature will try to visit you from in search of food. Paper, waste and other materials not only provide food but also great nesting materials. Making sure that everything is stored away, is unfortunately not always enough to keep the animals and, insects at bay.
Pest Control Contract
Having an environmentally friendly pest control plan in place is a great too way to protect your employees, products and the natural environment around you. In the same way, as you trust your office cleaners, you should have a team of pest control specialists that you can rely on and work with to make sure that your protected from all possible unwanted guests.