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Kings Pest Commercial Pest Control Services Cincinnati OH
Our commercial pest management professionals are not only the highest trained in the industry, but they are continually trained and dedicated. While attending classes every year, these individuals continue applying new, tried, and tested methods in the field to offer the most effective pest management solutions possible.
We not only serve a wide host of commercial businesses, but also all residential establishments. Apartments, condos, multi-family homes, duplexes, townhomes, doublewides, RVs, and you practically name it, we service. Along with this, we also service a wide range of commercial applications. Here are some of the settings that are techs are more familiar with:
- Office Complexes
- Colleges and universities
- Healthcare supply stores
- Financial institutions, banks, and credit unions
- Lawyer offices
- And more…
You’ve likely heard companies say before that there is no job too big or too small for them. Well, this is something we take to heart at Kings Pest. With years of experience under our belt and a propensity for knowledge and learning, we are always ready to deal with anything and everything that comes our way.
You combine all this with our 30-day follow-up treatment and 100 percent customer satisfaction guarantee, and it should be easy to see why more and more Cincinnati residents are opting for our one-of-a-kind services. We have been working with local manufacturers and providers for years to help keep our pest management solution costs as low as possible.
Our Commercial Pest Control Services
No commercial establishment wants to deal with pests or should have to. In the right business, pest infestations can be more than just a nuisance. It’s one thing if your employees spot a rat or bed bug while in the backroom or storage facility, but if a customer happens on one of the critters while dining, sleeping, or working out, it can be a major disaster.
Getting rid of these pests as quickly and efficiently as possible will be more than crucial for the continued success of your commercial business. We know pest management is a hassle and even more expensive. This is why many business owners opt to self-serve. This is not the approach you want to take, especially not when dealing with a pest as threatening as bed bugs.
Commercial Buildings And Pests
In some commercial settings, it is more than just a matter of getting your building back pest-free. In some settings, you also have to worry about getting back up to code or going through another food safety inspection. Whatever the situation is, our commercial techs are here to help.
People these days have extremely short attention spans. They aren’t willing to wait around for a second for a webpage to load. If you can’t deliver the type of services and quality they are expecting, they are going to go elsewhere. If a customer spots a rat or rodent while dining or sleeping, you can guarantee they’ll run to the opposition.
Not only will they run to the opposition, but do you think they are going to be quiet about their experience? Likely not. With all the tools available on the Internet today, people have access to post their experiences to people all around the world. Simply put, an infestation in the right commercial setting could lead to the closing of specific businesses.
What’s even more troubling is, specific pests can cause structural damage. Rats, bed bugs, mice, and termites are just to name a few. These critters can chew through beams, damage the standing integrity of a building, and possibly cause electrical shorts and even fires. You don’t have to be a business owner to see all the potential risks these situations hold. Such problems would be a nightmare in a residential setting, but in a commercial setting, it makes matters all that much worse.
Not only do you have to worry about getting the problem fixed and making repairs, but you have to worry about getting the building coded again. It’s just a total nightmare. And, just think of all the business that you’ve likely lost while all this was going on. This is where our pest management solutions come in handy.
While there are a lot of things that set us apart from the competition, we desire to help you prevent future infestations that make us majorly different. We want to help you keep your building and premises free of critters for the foreseeable future.
A Breakdown Of Our Commercial Pest Management Solutions
At the thought of an infestation, we recommend giving our commercial offices a call. We also have an in-house representative standing by ready to assist. Whether you have questions, concerns, or want to set up an appointment, we have someone to help. That being said, there is only so much we can do from our offices.
This is why the next step of our commercial pest management solutions involves send out an assessor or trained inspector. Whatever you want to refer to this individual as he or she will perform a complete analysis of the building and surrounding area. This can include everything from doors, windows, foundations, attics, and basements to the outside lawn or parking lot.
During this process, our tech will be assessing the property and looking for potential hiding spaces as well as where pests are getting their food and water. Three main things usually draw an insect or rodent to a building, Shelter, food, or water. Eliminate these things and you’ve eliminated probably 90% of your pest problem.
We’ll also be looking for areas of the building that will need to be repaired to get everything back up to code and in good standing. Once the situation is assessed, our tech will present you with a list of treatment options. While there might be several available, it will be up to you to decide which is the better option. For here, everything works as you would imagine.
The next visit involves the implementation of the pest control strategy. The following visit will be a follow-up, allowing the exterminator to ensure the treatment strategy delivered 100 percent effectiveness. A post-treatment visual inspection is required for this step of the process. If signs of the pest infestation still persists, the exterminator will determine the best court of action. In cases like these, we generally alter the initial treatment strategy, adding and removing until we are fully satisfied, the new strategy will offer a better outcome.
Before the exterminator makes changes to the initial treatment strategy, you and your family will be brought up to date. At this point, you can decide if you want to move forward or halt the process and take another route.