If you’re a business owner, pests will damage more than your health. Your reputation might never recover from a pest infestation. Rumours of an unsafe company can snowball through word-of-mouth and social media. In fact, you have a legal obligation to deal with pest issues in your business. A pest infestation also leads to an average of 6 days of disruption per year for a UK business.
A pest problem can be dangerous, complicated and distressing, so when an infestation occurs, it’s difficult to know where to turn. We don’t think it’s smart for everybody to run around with nets and bug spray.
Instead, leave the job to the experts at Krypton Environmental 01793 780600 ... See MoreSee Less
What would you think if you went to a restaurant, pub or hotel and saw a pest control van outside?
You`d think "eeeewwww they've got rats!" or something along those lines. If you have never worked in F&B or Hospitality, of course that`s what you would think.
Lets change that mindset.
Planned Pest Management (PPM) is an integral part of any restaurant, pub, hotel, food manufacturer and distributor,, just to name a few. The aim is prevention. Pest control professionals will visit the premises on a regular basis to carry out pest inspections to ensure that there are no early stages or signs of an infestation which could compromise health and hygiene.
Next time you see a pest control van outside, switch your mindset. Instead of thinking "eeeeeeewwwwww" think, actually, the owner really takes the health, safety and hygiene really seriously, and they are investing in a reputable pest control company to ensure they stay pest free, and safe for visitors and staff.
Id choose someone with a pest control provider over someone who hasn't any day.
As the summer starts to leave, the wasps start to die, the bee`s are hibernating, the temperature starts to drop and the nights draw in, we look forward to those cosy nights in, with the fire on curled up on the sofa.
We are not the only ones with this desire. The autumn and winter weather means that rats and mice also seek warmth and shelter from the harsh weather, and they will use any nearby building to do so. Once they have access to your property, they risk damaging wires, pipes and structural beams as well as spreading diseases.
Contact your local professionals for a fast, friendly and effective service.
We are out and about in Oxfordshire today solving some pest issues and checking up on some of our existing customers for their follow up appointments. It may be Friday but don't forget that we are here 24/7. We've had some amazing feedback on Google but if you've used our service please give us a little review on Facebook. Happy Friday.. FriYAY ... See MoreSee Less