Commercial Pest Control
Regardless of the type of business you have Aanteater can add a valuable pest control service to your company. Pest infestations can result in damaged work equipment, inventories, create potential health hazards, and can have a negative impact on reputation, productivity and employee moral. Aanteater has the knowledge and experience to correct your critical situations and provide preventative maintenance customized to your needs.
Our value added commercial pest control services provide:
- Regular onsite inspections
- Preferred scheduling
- Discount services
- 24 hour emergency phone number
- Integrated Pest Management to reduce the need for pesticide use
The Principles of Pest Management for Aanteater
Our Five basic steps to pest management
An inspection is essential for solving pest problems quickly, efficiently and economically.
A thorough examination is performed on the premises to learn about and to identify the pest problems. During the inspection the technician will be looking for the following: evidence of the infestation; areas of harborage; areas of damage; dampness; heat or darkness (tend to favor infestations); food and water (can be used by pest); and means of entry.Monitoring is part of an inspection and this process will enable the technician to estimate the level of infestation, which entails the severity of the problem at hand.
Once a pest is found, the technician must accurately identify the pest in order to proceed with a recommendation for control and elimination of the pest. Knowledge of the pestís biology, habitat,the way it reproducesand the food it needs for survival are key elements in successful implementation of a pest program.
The recommendation will include what the pest technician can do for you but also what the customer can do to help eliminate the problem from happening again. The recommendation may include eliminating the harborage area or food, new sanitation methods, building repairs and regular pest inspections with control methods.
Treatment should be implemented and continual monitoring throughout the program is essential to ensure success. The customer must be kept abreast of sanitation matters in order to prevent new pest problems from being established.
5. Consistent Evaluation
Consistent evaluation of occurring problems must be addressed and corrected on an ongoing basis. Pest management is a systems approach, in which there are human and structural factors that distinguish the pest environments and their situation. Continual monitoring and modification must be ascertained.