Everyone wants to own their own home, but no one wants to deal with pests. The problem becomes exponentially worse on rental properties where you cannot directly control the activities of your renters that may make pest control for property managers worse. Below are some ideas on how to handle pest control as a landlord.
One of the favorite places for pests to take up residence is in both storage areas and warehouses. These spaces offer an expansive area with all sorts of convenient crevices in which they can hide and, of course, multiply. Anything from bugs to birds can be extremely disruptive to your operations. It is very important to understand how your storage area or warehouse can become a haven for pests, and how to best tackle this common issue for the sake of your company.
When you manage a hotel, your livelihood depends on maintaining the grounds in a manner that your customers demand. That means keeping the grounds attractive, safe, and free of pests. Much of your business is built on your reputation, so when a customer makes a pest complaint, it is important to be sure it’s handled correctly. Below are some tips on how to make the best of this unfortunate situation.
Pests are always a possibility when you have an enclosed building, especially in a building where workers are present all day, eating meals in break rooms and snacks at desks, possibly leaving tempting crumbs for enterprising bugs or rodents to find. Keeping your office building pest-free is essential to daily operations, not to mention the cleanliness of the building. Read on to learn how to handle a complaint about pests when they find their way inside.
Whether you’re headed out for business or pleasure, it’s almost inevitable that you will at some point need to stay in a hotel. When you do, it’s important to check the room for bed bugs, so you can avoid bringing them home with you. Unfortunately, it doesn’t matter how nice the hotel with — hotels in every budget have had issues with these pests, so every traveler should take the proper precautions.
Restaurants thrive on their reputation — for good food, good service, and perhaps most importantly, cleanliness. Not much will give a restaurant a bad reputation faster than a sanitation problem, and pests are, as far as the general public is concerned, a big indicator of a problem. Unfortunately, even if you do everything right and follow all sanitation guidelines, there’s no guarantee that a pest will not be able to find their way in occasionally. If a customer happens to see an insect or rodent, how you respond to the complaint may make all the difference in how the incident READ MORE »
Wisconsin is a beautiful part of the country, but unfortunately we also have our fair share of pests. Knowing the enemy is the first step in protecting your home or business from these pests. Below are 5 of the most common pests found in Wisconsin.
Traveling should be fun and exciting, but when you’re worried about bringing bedbugs back to your home, a layer of anxiety is always present. Unfortunately, even the best, most expensive hotels aren’t immune to the pests, so it’s important to do a thorough check of your room before settling in so you can avoid bringing bedbugs back home with you. Follow these 6 steps to ensure a safe, pest-free trip.
It’s a call a landlord never wants to take — one of your tenants has a pest problem. Whether it’s bugs or rodents, it’s a call you have to take seriously and act on immediately, due to both considerations of the law and the comfort and happiness of your tenants. Below are some tips on how to work with commercial pest control services to best handle a pest complaint from an apartment tenant.
Storage areas and warehouses have a high potential for pest problems. With the relatively big area to cover and many gaps and holes where pests can nest and multiply, having an infestation is not uncommon. And an additional problem is that if those areas are dedicated to food or some pest-prone materials like clothes or wood, getting rid of pests costs a lot of money simply because it takes time, and the area usually has to be sealed off. Depending on the size of the infestation, a problem with pests might halt your business operations as well.