A pest problem can inconvenience your staff and even force closures interrupting your organisation’s cash flow. However, we can clear pests from a range of commercial environments.
Pest infestations can seriously damage your restaurant, café and takeaway business’ through various means, such as by destroying inventory or blighting your establishment’s reputation. If you spot worrying signs like pest waste or bite marks in your eatery, drop us a line.
Rodents might eat food in your storage areas or flies could be active at the front door.
If one of your hotel’s guests encounters a pest, this unfortunate occurrence could be reported on social media and so harm future business. No class of hotel is entirely immune from pests, and we can implement stringent procedures for preventing or monitoring them.
Bed bugs could be inadvertently brought in by guests, while cockroaches might infest food areas.
If pests ruin your golf course, lost business could result. Even a well-maintained golf course could succumb to damage caused by animals choosing to “move in”. However, we can help protect the picturesque greens and landscapes that “make” your golf course.
Moles, rats and rabbits can burrow beneath golf courses and so aesthetically damage them.
Outdoor sports facilities are vulnerable to animals that might take to the turf to feed on insects, worms and other food they find there. Meanwhile, insects can, during their larvae stage, have feeding habits that stunt and sometimes even kill grass.
Rabbits, moles and foxes can be attracted to food on the turf of outdoor sports pitches.
Pubs and Bars
The reputation of your pub or bar is crucial to its ability to continue attracting customers. However, if pests spread disease in your establishment, this could give customers the impression that they would be eating or drinking in unhygienic settings.
Mice, rats, fleas and cockroaches could gather around food preparation and storage areas and so lead disease to fester there.
In a rented property, pests can be hazardous to health and safety. If you are the landlord of an infested property, there are particular situations in which you would be responsible for dealing with the pest problem, but we can still tackle it on your behalf.
Rats or mice could enter through holes in walls or floors and chew through pipes or brickwork.
Your warehouse could be highly susceptible to harbouring unwanted guests who pose major risks to not only stored products but also your workers’ health. Therefore, you ought to act quickly on signs of infestation when you first see them.
Rodents and beetles can destroy warehouse-stored items, such as food, to which they are attracted.
In a care home environment, where residents’ health is paramount, keeping pests away is crucial. Should you pick up on indicators that the building is infested, react promptly by giving us a call before the problem spreads and adversely affects residents.
Flies, rats and cockroaches are common winter nuisances, while ants, fleas and wasps can appear in summer.