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Commercial Pest Control FAQ's

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What should I look for when selecting a commercial pest control provider?

A QualityPro certified company by the National Pest Management Association will ensure, the company you choose has met rigorous standards and demonstrate excellence in Business Operations, Consumer Satisfaction, Environmental Stewardship and Training.

Additionally, you should look for value, not price. Compare the all the service specifications and most importantly, the guarantee offered.

Finally, references are a great way to hear firsthand from other customers of companies you are considering.

What can I do to prevent a pest problem in my business?

Pest prevention is the first step in pest control. Below are just a few ways that your business can avoid pest infestations and the potential health and property threats that pests and rodents can pose.

  • "Pest-proof" your business by being vigilant of building maintenance needs.
  • Dispose of garbage regularly and store in sealed containers.
  • Seal cracks and holes on the outside of your business, including entry points for utilities and pipes.
  • Don't overlook proper drainage at the foundation; install gutters or diverts, which will channel water away from the building.
  • Be sure your employees keep food sealed and stored properly.
  • Clean high-volume areas daily, such as public eating areas and kitchenettes, where crumbs and trash are more likely to build up.
Can I treat my own pest problems?

Given the significant impact even one or two pests can have on your business, we recommend regular service by a licensed pest professional. Hiring a company like Arrow Exterminators that practices IPM(Integrated Pest Management) will ensure your facility is inspected for pests and treated only when and where necessary to alleviate current problems and prevent future infestations.