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Don’t Let Pest Bug Your Business

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Being a business owner entails many different tasks and obligations. A common goal amongst all business owners is to keep the door of business open and in constant rotation. Along with many other tasks, making sure that your business is free of pest is a high priority for a business to thrive.  Having an infestation can cause detrimental harm to a business in more ways than just one.

Monthly pest control services are an important aspect to any business

Whether your business is in the industry of food, people or places it is important to keep a pest free business. It can happen to any building and in any industry so it is a priority to take action when necessary.

Food Service Industry

Food business establishments have an essential need to be in contract with a licensed pest control company in attempts to maintain a clean and safe environment for both the costumers and employees. With an abundance of food source and controlled temperatures, restaurants can create the ideal habitat for some of the most problematic species of pest including rodents, flies, and cockroaches. Having infestations can cause food contamination, physical damage to property and to a companies reputation, and can even cause some businesses to close their doors either temporarily or sometimes permanently due to violations of the health department.

Lodging and Hospitality Industry

The lodging and hospitality industry has a heavy reliance on the reviews it gets from satisfied and sometimes unsatisfied customers. The many entrances, restaurants, and the guest turnover rates make it a prime hot spot for pest such as bed bug, ants and rodents. Making sure that you lodging facilities are pest free for your guest is the highest priority and is sure to be maintained with monthly services with an experienced pest control services.

Schools and Healthcare

There is a lot of pressure in the school and healthcare industry as well for following state and federal mandates to reduce the risk of health threats. Head lice are the most problematic amongst students and can become a very big issue in a little amount of time. Healthcare facilities are for providing a clean and sanitary place for ill patients. Various pests can spread bacteria and contamination making it crucial to prevent the spreading of pest-borne infections.

Property Management

Being a proactive property manager can be a crucial business move when dealing with pest in multi-family environments, apartment complexes, and condominiums. Spaces that share walls and floors can make it difficult to find the exact location of an infestation, which can make it difficult to control and makes it important to work with a licensed pest control professional. These properties are common infestation grounds for pest that include flies, wasps, bedbugs, cockroaches and rodents. While some of the pests pose harmful threats to the people occupying the space, others such as rodents can cause damage that creates an unsafe property to the owner. To be proactive it is encouraged to make efforts of educating unit owners and renters on how to prevent pest in their individual spaces.

Taking preventative measures can sometimes be the make or break point of a business. Don’t let pest crawl underneath your business and take away the reputation and hard work put into your company. Keeping a pest-free business takes one less worry away from a business owners mind in order to keep focus on the more important aspects of your business. Century Pest Control can provide different services that can be as minimal or extensive as your business needs.



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