Hospitality lodgings, from the most opulent hotel to the most basic hostel, provide an especially welcoming atmosphere for pests looking for food, water, and shelter. In the hospitality industry, bed bugs, cockroaches, rats, and mice are all common problems.
Bed bugs are attracted to the carbon dioxide and heat that humans emit, which is why they are so prevalent in hotel rooms. They will feed on the blood of your sleeping visitors at night. Your guests will be upset the next morning, and your reputation will be ruined.
Despite the fact that bed bugs can cause itchy, painful bites, they are not known to transmit diseases. Nonetheless, the annoyance of bed bugs is a significant source of financial loss for hotels, necessitating extensive extermination steps in several cases.
Cockroaches are most likely to infest kitchens, restaurants, and bars because they will eat everything they can get their hands on. As these insects are dirty, their presence can contaminate food that is otherwise intended for human consumption. They can aggravate asthma and cause allergic reactions in guests with their faeces and saliva once an infestation is developed. They’ve also been linked to the spread of diseases like salmonella, typhoid fever, and dysentery.
Meanwhile, rodents looking for food and a warm place to nest wreak havoc in hotels, chewing through walls, power cables, and insulation, causing power outages, electrical fires, structural damage, and tarnishing the appearance of establishments.
Rodents contaminate whole stocks of food in hotel kitchens with their urine and faeces, posing significant health hazards to hotel guests. Salmonella, hantavirus, leptospirosis, tularemia, and hemorrhagic fever are all pathogens that rats and mice can bear and spread.
Even a suspicion of pests may devastate your company because bad reviews on social media spread like a deadly virus. As a result, it might be tempting to attempt to handle an insect infestation on your own in order to avoid attracting attention to it.
Do-it-yourself remedies, on the other hand, are intended for small-scale infestations or homes and may not prevent pests from returning. Not only do you need a skilled pest control service to get rid of the pests, but you also need one to develop an integrated pest management programme for your employees to keep pests away for good.
The safety of your building’s occupants, and our staff, is our number 1 priority. Each one of our pest control experts are training and certified to execute quality pest control procedures in the safest manner possible—no matter the pest.
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