Recreational and entertainment facilities, such as casinos, gyms, pools, parks, movie theaters, sports arenas, and community centres, are meant to be havens for fun and
As the kids get ready to go back to school, we look (not too far) ahead to fall’s arrival. With the cooler temperatures and winter
As temperatures continue to warm up, more people will be out and about seeking retail therapy and your business needs to be pest-free. From restaurants
As temperatures drop, buildings are vulnerable to pests looking for food and shelter from the outdoor elements.
Social distancing and reduced capacities have emboldened pests and created additional challenges for facilities.
As Canadians start to travel back into facilities en masse, so too will bed bugs. So what can be done to stop them?
When planning and executing renovations, your pest management provider should be seen as a partner throughout the entire process.
Alice Sinia, quality assurance manager for Orkin Canada, shares timely tips for keeping outdoor amenity spaces free of mosquito and wasp infestations.
Remember to keep pest management in mind this summer to create a plan of attack for all potential problems.
Facility managers and maintenance staff must deal with rodents that spread viruses that can cause hantavirus pulmonary syndrome.
Hopefully, washroom pests are the last thing on your guests’ mind, but that’s only possible if pest management remains top of mind.
Green initiatives are more than a trend. Many industries are putting greater emphasis on ensuring products are sourced and processed in an environmentally conscious manner
Recognizing the signs of a pest infestation and knowing how to prevent them in the future should be at the top of every building operator's reopening plan.
A green cleaning program is about more than simply using ‘green’ products.
No matter the time of year, pests are professionals at making their way into your facility, seeking shelter from the elements in colder months and places to breed in warm seasons.
Taking proactive steps can help keep unwanted pests out of condo buildings, saving the time and money involved in treating infestations.
New construction and renovations can turn up the heat on pest pressures, but proactive measures can help prevent future infestations.