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Keeping The Winter Pests Away

Nobody really enjoys being cold, and pests are no exception. Have you ever noticed that when the temperature plummets you seem to find more insects and signs of rodents inside your home? I have recently made it my mission to pest-proof my home before winter arrives, and I decided to record my different pest eradication methods in this blog. From using pest control services to advice on how to block up mice entry points, my blog posts will give you ideas on how you can keep the pesky creatures out of your home when it starts to get cold outside. The more you prepare now, the less pest evidence you'll see next winter.



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If you plan to open a grocery store in the coming future, pest control should be a top priority. Wherever there is food, in any form, pests will likely become a problem — unless you take action to prevent pests today.

No matter how well your grocery store performs in other areas, if pests become a problem, your reputation will suffer as a result. Before you open your grocery store, ensure that you hire a pest control company. They can work with you to prevent pests from creating the following damaging issues.

1. Food contamination

Pests contaminate food. Cockroaches contaminate food with their feces and saliva. Rodents contaminate food with their urine and droppings, and flies can leave deadly diseases like E. coli on fresh foods like meat at a deli counter.

2. Financial loss due to damaged products

Your products may also suffer damage if pests infest your grocery store. This is especially true if birds or rodents get into your store. You then need to replace those damaged goods, which will leave you out of pocket.

3. Financial loss due to dissatisfied customers

Customers expect a place that sells food and groceries to be clean and hygienic. But if your fruit and veg section has flies and cockroaches roaming free, your customers will soon go elsewhere to buy fruit and veg.

4. Health violations

One of the prime reasons to keep pests out of your store is to avoid health violations. If inspectors discover that your store is infested with pests, you may face fines and even closure.

5. Pest infestation in the homes of staff and customers

Pests like cockroaches, silverfish and flies may also travel home with your customers. This is often a source of infestation. Just one pregnant cockroach can lead to a rampant infestation. And if your customers realize that the pests came from your store, you may then lose customers and income.

Although you can combat pests yourself by keeping your store clean, a pest control service can give you effective preventative control measures that will protect you against all future infestations.

Pests like ants, rodents, cockroaches and flies will always be a looming problem should you fail to take pest control seriously. Don't let pests destroy the reputation of your grocery store. Hire a pest control service today to ensure that your pest control methods are up to date and ready for opening day.

Reach out to a commercial pest control service to learn more.