As a business owner, you are probably well aware of the importance of maintaining a positive public image. One thing that can really threaten your hard earned image and reputation are insects, rodents and nuisance wildlife. Bed bugs, rodents, flies and pest birds are just a few of the many pests that can really take a toll on the success of your business. The image of a filthy workplace, the risk for injury as well as illness, disease, potential litigation matters, even the high remediation costs are all side effects that accompany a pest infestation. So, to help avoid any of the above situations, here are 10 tips to prevent a hostile takeover.
Bed bug heat treatments have become one of the most popular methods of bed bug control in New England as well as throughout the entire country. As bed bugs continue to infest homes and business everywhere, there is no room for treatments that are not effective in getting rid of bed bugs. At Modern Pest Services, we offer our Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts homes and business the eco-friendly, non-chemical and safe approach to killing bed bugs: bed bug heat treatments.
The National Pest Management Association (NPMA) has provided prevention tips to help “pest-proof” your business and keep it safe from unwanted pests, such as flies, rodents and cockroaches:
Bed bug control is inherently difficult, but even a single complaint can turn into a public relations nightmare for a hotel. In order to avoid such a situation and the immense costs that can incur, including lost profit, the best measure is prevention.
Whether you manage a restaurant, food processing plant or grocery store, you need to be vigilant about protecting your business from pests and nuisance wildlife. Unfortunately, many people wait until a crisis occurs to deal with pest issues which can put your customers, your reputation and your bottom line at risk. A better idea is to be proactive about… Read more »
By Elaine Gammon With the arrival of “Sherlock”, our first bed bug inspection canine, the Modern team is ready to offer canine inspections as part of its bed bug control program. Canine inspections offer customers an innovative approach to early bed bug detection by leveraging the expertise of a trained canine team to inspect rooms… Read more »
By Erica Goodrich Believe it or not, dogs are the latest weapon being used in the fight against bed bugs. Bed bugs are small, oval-shaped, flat insects that can be hard to detect. The nose of a bed bug dog has the ability to sniff out as little as one live bed bug or just… Read more »