Benefits of Pest Control contract
Why do we control pests?
Pests have the potential to contaminate the workplace
Spread disease, damage products, foodstuffs and property, and even ruin your reputation leading to loss of business and even prosecution. If you have a pest problem, you’re responsible for a site that attracts pests. It’s essential that you put the right provisions in place to protect you and your customers.
Here are some of the benefits of having a pest control mechanism in place and what you tend to avoid by taking these precautions.
Protect your reputation
- Your reputation and business may never recover from a pest infestation
- Prosecutions and fines for pest-infested premises attract media attention to your business
- The loss of consumer confidence may ultimately force closure
Safeguard your investment
- Rodents cause a wide range of damage due to their gnawing habits. Their strong teeth can easily puncture wood and aluminium and can cause damage to property – even fires if electric cables are attacked. Rodents will also eat a wide range of foodstuffs and can damage or contaminate many tonnes of product
- Insect infestations are also a major concern. Foodstuffs can be decimated by insects, with consignments being rejected and finished goods recalled if insect contamination is present. Insects can block production machinery, and the downtime caused by the presence of insects in a food related site can be long and costly. Animal feeds can also be heavily damaged by insects
- Bird droppings and residues can also spread disease. Bird debris can damage buildings, prove unsightly and may cause slips and trips, leaving property owners open to prosecution. Nests can block guttering or chimney flues and will encourage a number of pest insect species that thrive in bird residues
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