When you run a business, healthcare facility, nursing or retirement home, school or hotel, keeping your facility free from pests is a must.
Protecting your customers and those in your care from pests, protects your business or organisation.
When you’re looking to protect your business or organisation from pests, you need to trust your pest control partner to keep your facility pest free and also ensure you have the necessary paperwork to keep you compliant with the necessary authorities.
Regular servicing is key
Although we do provide one-off services to deal with pest infestations, for most commercial clients a regular pest control services is both recommended and required – you can’t afford for any pests to appear, let alone suffer an infestation.
Our regular service will not only deal with any pest problems present, but it is actually more about preventing a pest problem occurring in the first place. Spotting maintenance and hygiene issues and making recommendations to resolve are key elements of a commercial pest control service.
The design of our regular pest control programs will very much depend on the type of business or organisation you manage. Before we put a proposal together we will sit down and discuss your particular needs and inspect your premises.
General pest and specialised treatments
In dealing with pest problems we may carry out a “general pest treatment”, but often we carry out specialised pest treatments targeting the specific problem pest present – cockroaches, ants, flies and rodents are of particular relevance to businesses, especially those in the food management industry.
Types of businesses / facilities we service
Hindmarsh Pest Control provide pest control services for a wide range of businesses and facilities including:
Don’t forget about termites!
If you own buildings that form part of your business, regular termite inspections and a termite management plan are a must. Often commercial buildings will have no termite protection in place and even if the building is made of steel and concrete, termites can still get in and eat stud walls and wood fixtures.
The appearance of pests in a food management business has the potential to ruin a reputation and an adverse health inspection can close a business. Hygiene and pest control are clearly a high priority for businesses handling food.
Inspections and a clear management plan are vital, not only to keep the pests in check but to maintain compliance with health regulations. We always view our pest control programs as a partnership with our customers, as success will often depend on hygiene and maintenance actions carried out by the business in between pest control services.
Depending on the nature of the business, Hindmarsh Pest Control will typically recommend monthly or quarterly service programs.