by Adnan Rauf
HGS industry-leading commercial rodent control and keeping our services include a defensive preservation program. Mice and rats pose many intimidations to your business. Their highly critical nature of the diseases they can transmit. The bacteria they can spread including salmonella and the additional pests. These cunning invaders can enter your organization through the tiniest of openings and given their ability to reproduce at an alarming rate, one or two can quickly turn into a full-blown infestation.
Ongoing inspection to identify any current issues or conditions that could lead to a future infestation. Your Pest professional will help ensure you have a rodent-free environment both inside and outside your business.
Rats and mice not only pollute food and spread diseases. Also, gnaw through walls and electrical wiring making them among the most destructive of all pests. That can attack your business. Your Commercial Pest Specialist will address the problem at every level. From border areas and entry points to nesting sites.
Rodents have the potential to Spread diseases. Rodents and their parasites spread many dreaded diseases like plague, typhus, rat-bite fever and acute food poisoning.
Contaminate food: Bacteria-infested urine and fecal droppings do more than just spoil food; they can become a nesting place for microscopic tapeworm eggs.
Damage property and cost you money: Should a customer see a rodent, it could hurt your reputation and impact your business. And with the ability to chew through walls and wiring, rats and mice can even trigger electrical fires in your building potentially resulting in thousands of dollars in structural damage
Breed rapidly: One pair of mice can produce 200 offspring in four months.
Rodents Bait Stations: Rodent bait stations are specifically manufactured in different forms and sizes in order increase their appeal to the rodents they are intended to control. For example, larger stations designed for Norway or roof rats have a wide entrance and large internal compartment to accommodate the rats’ bigger body size. Additionally, they can house enough bait for multiple feeding rats to consume a lethal dose of the product.