Signs that indicate the birds on property may pose a risk
Warehouses are an imperative link in today’s supply chain. Warehouses are used for moving and storing valuable assets for customers from various types of industries. The constant flow of items in and out of warehouses presents pests with numerous opportunities to infest your merchandise, potentially putting your company and customers at risk.
At Western Exterminator, we understand the risks a potential pest problem can create for a warehousing and logistics company. We understand that protecting your products is extremely important.
With Western Exterminator as your partner in pest control, we will implement a comprehensive pest management plan to prevent an infestation for companies in the warehousing and logistics industry.
The risks pest infestations in warehouses pose, include:
Bird deterrents: Birds can carry over 60 diseases and are attracted to the open warehouse facility grounds. Don’t let the droppings of birds make your building look unattractive and spread diseases among your employees and customers.
Mouse control: Western Exterminator’s monitoring system will fit in with the unique design of your facility. Our pest specialists will provide recommendations to put corrective actions in place and stop any issues in the future.
Stored product pests: Reduce the risks to products and your facility with the help of Western Exterminator's integrated storage protection system. We use glue boards and species-specific pheromone traps to monitor and eliminate any store product pest issues.
Our team of specialists maintains a no tolerance attitude when it comes to pests. Our goal is to keep your brand reputable. You can expect industry-leading solutions backed by global expertise as Western Exterminator is a member of the world’s #1 commercial pest control company, Rentokil.
Please fill out our online form or call us at 888-674-0921 for more information on how your warehouse facility can benefit from Western Exterminator pest control services.
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