New construction and renovations can turn up the heat on pest pressures, but proactive measures can help prevent future infestations.
Facility managers might be surprised to find out how often an employee accidentally introduces pests in the office.
While all buildings need protection against potential pests, older buildings can face increased pest pressures and unique challenges if left unprepared.
Most facility managers don’t consider pest management when designing and installing lighting systems in and around their properties, but they should.
Every facility faces unique challenges when it comes to pest management. For healthcare facilities, maintaining a pest-free environment is an absolute necessity. Pests in hospitals,
Different types of bird netting have different strengths and uses. Property managers can pick products to prevent pest birds of all types and sizes.
Property managers should have thorough procedures in place in order to effectively deal with any medical emergencies that may happen on site.
Ranking high in safety, effectiveness and versatility, dust formulations should be part of a proper bedbug treatment plan.
Property managers can lose thousands of dollars and clients due to birds roosting and nesting on their buildings.
Whether moving into an existing office space or eyeing a new development, a building’s pest control plan should be a primary concern.
Recent research has found that bedbugs can carry bacteria that have historically proven lethal to humans. This has raised the bar for integrated pest control providers. They now must kill the bedbugs and the potentially deadly microbes they carry.