Ants could appear from no way while running your business. As one of the most resourceful pests, they can sneak into buildings through the tiniest cracks, and once they find food, they don’t hesitate to share the directions with the rest of their colony.Today’s society brings many challenges to business owners by placing an even greater emphasis on customer retention. To retain customers is by developing and maintaining a good reputation and a sure way to do just that is by keeping a clean and pest-free commercial establishment.
It can be very unsettling for customers to enter a business that is crawling with an infestation of ants. As common as they are, ants pose a serious threat to customers and employees because of potential health risks they present. Ants can cause contamination to food products and can even find lunches in the employee breakroom.
Ants are social pests, meaning that seeing a few ants in your building invariably means there are many more that can’t be seen. These pests can cause food contamination, threaten hygiene standards and scare customers away from doing business with you. Ants can invade hospitals and nursing homes, contaminating sterile areas.
Ants can represent two categories; nuisance ants and ants who pose a physical threat of damage to property. Some of the more common nuisance ants are little black ants,Sugar ants, Small kitchen house ants and Tiny moisture ants. Carpenter ants are America’s largest ant species and are a dangerous threat to the physical structure of buildings and property. While they do not eat wood, they are incredible excavators, tunneling into wooden structures and creating galleries to build their nests. The pharaoh ant is also an insect of concern because of their tendencies to infiltrate places like hospitals, nursing homes, restaurants and apartment buildings. It’s not so much their ability to invade that is of real concern, but their ability to transmit Staphylococcus and Pseudomonas infections in places like hospitals.
Protecting your business property from an invasion of ants requires an elimination of food, water and shelter. Commercial pest control companies are trained and have the newest methods and techniques on how to get rid of ants. Once an infestation of ants occurs, it can be very difficult to get rid of them. To effectively eliminate ants, the entire colony must be eradicated.local pest control experts are knowledgeable and have the proper training and experience to successfully locate and destroy ant colonies. They will rid your business of ants and establish commercial pest control plans to prevent repeat infestations.