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One sight of a pest in any hotel, motel, or other hospitality-based building can be disastrous for more than one reason.
Any guest that checks in to a hotel, whether it be for a night or a week, expects their room to reflect the price they are paying for it. Needless to say, one cockroach, rodent, or bed bug can not only jeopardize your reputation but your business as well.
Especially with the influx of online reviews shaping the very standing of these businesses, it’s never been more important to get proper pest control for your hotel. Pratt Pest Management has the experience and knowledge required to provide reliable pest solutions for hotels!
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The Bed Bug Problem in HotelsEach and every hotel deals with different types of pests, which is why it’s necessary to have a one-of-a-kind approach to implementing hospitality pest control. That said, one pest in particular poses a huge threat to hotels and motels everywhere: bed bugs! Bed bug problems can often be traced back to traveling, as these pests often hitch a ride on suitcases and are thus spread in hotels. Even if you run a pristine hotel, bed bugs are still a threat. To avoid having guests discover these unwelcome visitors, it’s essential to invest in preventative pest control that will keep bed bugs and other pests away for good.
Year-Round Hotel Pest ControlDuring each and every step of our pest control program, we’ll communicate with you about what we’re doing, why we’re doing it, and why it will work. Here are the basic steps involved in our hotels and hospitality pest control program:
- Thoroughly inspecting and treating any and all infected areas.
- Scheduling service and visits for maximum discretion and convenience, even after hours and weekends.
- Using eco-friendly products and methods proven to work in the control and extermination of pests.
- Providing documentation and support for health inspectors and other government officials.
- Following up on treatment and making any necessary adjustments.