Tips For Preventing Pests Inside A Commercial Building

Tips For Preventing Pests Inside A Commercial Building

8 April 2019
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Commercial buildings are often large in size and require a decent amount of maintenance. One important step in maintaining a commercial building is to prevent pest infestations. No one wants to deal with insects, rodents, or any other type of pest when trying to conduct business in a commercial building. If you own a commercial building, it can also be very difficult to lease out your property if there is a pest problem. Luckily, there are several steps that you can take to help prevent pest problems in a commercial building. Use the following tips to keep your commercial building pest-free:

Take Out the Trash Often

Depending on the size of a commercial building, there can be a fair number of trash cans. Pests are typically very attracted to trash, as many pests look at garbage as a food source. One of the easiest ways to help prevent pests is by ensuring that all trash is taken out often. This is especially true of trash cans that may be used to dispose of leftover food or other consumables. Ideally, you should have a written schedule in place that states when each trash can should be emptied and put one person, such as a member of your janitorial staff, in charge of the task to help ensure that it is always done.

Don't Give Pests a Water Source

One major reason that pests seek shelter inside commercial buildings, in addition to trying to find food, is because they are seeking out a water source. One way to make your building much less attractive to pests is by ensuring that they will not find any water. Do this by having your plumbing system inspected regularly to ensure that there are no leaking pipes, faucets, or any other plumbing fixtures that could create a steady source of water or small puddles.

Hire a Reputable Commercial Pest Control Company

If you own a commercial building, one of the best things you can do is work with a reputable commercial pest control company. The key is to schedule services with a pest control company as a preventative measure, not after you already have a pest infestation. Having your building regularly sprayed by a commercial pest control company is a great way to keep pests out. A pest control company can also look over your building to see if there are any access points that need to be sealed so pests can't get in. 

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