Hotels & Hospitality Pest Control
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Why is pest control so important in the hospitality industry?
Your clients don’t want to have to worry about encountering any pests during their stay. They choose to stay with you because of the reputation you worked hard to earn. Pests can ruin that reputation in the blink of an eye, so quality pest control is vital.
What are the most common Pests found in a Hotel and Hospitality Business?
The pest most commonly encountered in the hospitality industry are bed bugs, fleas, cockroaches, rodents, flies, termites, and carpenter ants.
What are the signs of a Pest infestation in a Hotel?
Due to the variety of pests that hotels attract, there are also a variety of possible infestation signs. Droppings, nests, and grease marks and trails are signs of rodents. Blood specks and brown spots are a sign of bedbugs. Wood shaving piles are an indication of carpenter ants and mud tunnels are a sign on termites. Structural damage, damage to stored foods, insect eggs, and shed skin, wings, and exoskeletons, can indicate the presence of an insect pest.
What are the first things you should do if you suspect a pest infestation in your Hospitality business?
The best way to keep pests out of your hotel is to keep your staff, especially cleaning services, well trained in signs to look for and prevention practices. It is important to catch signs early, which can be difficult in a building as large as a hotel. If any signs are present, set traps and be especially diligent with cleaning and food storage. Call our experts to set up your free consultation to keep any infestations from progressing any further.