Where to Find Pests in Your Facility
As hard as you work to keep pests out, you never know when they will creep inside. Food processing facilities are a jackpot for pests - providing the shelter, food, and water they need to survive. That’s why we are here to help narrow down your search for these invaders and provide helpful tips to prevent the pesky intruders.
Sniff Out Pests
Unpleasant scents can originate from many sources, some of which are outside your control. And eliminating the stench can be tough, as odours with an organic base are persistent and can linger long after the source is removed. In fact, 79% of cleaning professionals say removing odour is their biggest challenge!
Smells Like Success
Did you know we are 100 times more likely to remember something we smell than something we see, hear or taste?
Passing Your Next Facility Audit
From the all-you-can-eat scraps buffet to the countless nesting spots, it should come as no surprise that pests love to frequent these areas. But being aware of the threat isn’t enough to make the grade.
Choosing a Pest Management Provider for Your Franchise
Having the right pest management partner in place can help you avoid these situations altogether. But with so many options, how you do choose the right one?
How To Keep Your Facility Exclusive
Pests don’t scan their keycard on the way in the door, so you’ll never know when they show up at your facility — especially if they’re already inside. Crawling critters are always looking for a way to make themselves at home if your building offers any food, water or shelter. Chances are, it contains a bit of all three.
5 Ways to Leave Pests Out in the Cold This Winter
Check out these five tips to help keep pests from crawling around your property and disturbing tenants this winter.
Signs and symptoms of bed bugs
Knowing the signs of bed bugs is the first step in finding and removing these pests.
Bed Bug Treatment & Control
Bed bugs are mostly found in bedding, mattresses, on headboards and in bed frames and box springs.
Bed Bug Bites
Everyone reacts differently to bed bug bites but the typical reaction is small, red, raised, itchy bumps.