If you own a restaurant or a grocery store, we don’t need to explain the benefits of a commercial pest control plan. When cockroaches, rodents, flies, and other pests plague a restaurant or food store, they do more than scare customers away, they can lead to failed health inspections and a closure of your business.
But why would other business who aren’t necessarily dealing with food need pest control?
There are many subtle ways a business can benefit from ongoing commercial pest control. Here are few examples.
Let’s face it, when pests appear, customers take notice. When a cockroach runs across a table in your retail store, it is going to reduce the satisfaction of any customer who sees it. When bed bugs are found in a daycare, parents are going to be quick to take their children out.
We live in an age of reviews. Hands down, pest can affect your business negatively. And no business benefits from bad reviews. A hotel with bed bugs can’t keep this problem a secret. The Internet knows everything.
Whether you run a mom and pop store or manage a bank, pests can affect your bottom line. A pest infestation can also have an impact on your staff. When employees are happy, they work harder. And when they work hard, they make more money for you.
Happy Staff = Happy Customers.
Every business should have a pest control plan. Pests and urban wildlife cause many subtle problems beyond the ones listed in this blog. If you have questions about how pests can affect your particular business, or you’d like to set up service, you can call or email us.