You Need Commercial Pest Control For Your Kittitas County Business

Having a business means you will eventually deal with a pest problem. Whether it’s shipping containers pre-packed with pests, boiler rooms inviting leagues of cockroaches, or trash cans and dumpsters drawing mice and flies for miles, it’s hard to avoid them as a commercial property owner.

Commercial pest control services aren’t just a necessity for the cleanliness of your business and the health of your employees, quality commercial pest control protects your business’s reputation and your profit margin for years to come. Keep reading to learn more about pest control services for commercial buildings, dangerous pests, and how to prevent them in your Kittitas County business.

The Pests That Invade Kittitas County Businesses

Restaurant pest control can look slightly different from commercial pest control services for office buildings. In restaurants, the amount of food and food waste is irresistible for dangerous pests like mice, rats, and cockroaches. Each of these pests poses considerable health and property risks. For other businesses, flies, birds, crickets, beetles, and occasional invaders like centipedes and earwigs are more common. While these pests may seem harmless, they can still do damage to your reputation and your profit margin.

All The Ways Pests Can Damage A Kittitas County Business

Having quality commercial pest control can be insurance against a variety of issues. For one thing, many business-invading pests carry dangerous diseases and transfer food-borne illnesses. Rodents and cockroaches aren’t the only ones that do this either. Other common business pests like flies and ants can transfer bacteria from trash to food and high-touch surfaces. Not only is this a health risk for employees, but it can put customers at risk, which may put you under scrutiny by health inspectors.

Restaurant pest control may focus on some of these health risks, but there are other considerations for invasive pests, including property damage and product loss. If rodents or cockroaches make it into food storage, they can render large quantities of food unusable by tampering with the packages and exposing the contents to bacteria and disease. Aside from these risks, one of the most threatening risks for a business is a bad review. If a person were to get sick or even see a dangerous pest, the reputation of the business could suffer as a result of word of mouth.

For office buildings, birds can pose a problem for safety and property damage. Feces on sidewalks cause falls that can put businesses at risk of liability for injuries. The birds and their feces can also do damage to concrete, walls, and roofs. Pest control services for commercial buildings also include exclusion practices meant to keep birds away from the property.

Occasional invaders like crickets, beetles, silverfish, and others can cause damage to documents, carpets, and other fibers originating from plants. They can also be unsightly and gross for customers to come across. Even though these pests have nothing to do with the cleanliness of a business, they can still be off-putting for potential clients and customers.

With all of these risks to your business, the potential commercial pest control cost is well-worth preventing a loss of trust from the community, product and revenue loss, and health and safety risks for customers and employees.

Pest Prevention Tips For Kittitas County Businesses

Pests are drawn to shelter, food, and water. Containing these resources so that pests cannot access them is the best way to prevent pests from coming in and finding a reason to stay. To prevent common commercial pests, try these tips:

  • Keep dumpsters sealed and away from the property.
  • Repair leaking pipes or landscaping issues that allow water to collect.
  • Keep indoor garbage in sealed containers.
  • Vacuum and sanitize areas where food and trash build up.
  • Schedule inspections and get guidance from pest control professionals.

Depending on the needs of the business, a pest control professional may guide business owners to seal cracks and holes around the property to keep pests out or even install lights that are less attractive to bugs.

How To Make Sure Pests Stay Away From Your Kittitas County Businesses

For commercial pest control near me, Prosite can help you fortify your property against pests and assess the building for risks that may be continuing to allow pests inside. For customized plans that suit the needs of your business, commercial pest control plans will be designed to cover the pests most likely to plague your business.

At Prosite, not only do we want to individualize your pest protection, we want to keep your business safe long-term, including emergency services and protective practices to make extermination services much less common than maintenance and prevention. 

Call Prosite for the best in commercial pest control near me, to request your consultation today.

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