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What would happen if a cockroach crawled through your business in the middle of the day? For some businesses, this would not matter. This, sadly, is not the case for most establishments locally. Most commercial properties would be irreparably damaged by the presence of pests alone. This isn’t even mentioning all of the serious and real problems that are associated with invasive species.


To help you manage your business and avoid pests on your commercial property, here are some things you should know about commercial pest control in Houston. For direct information about our advanced services, call our team at All-Safe Pest & Termite - Houston. We would be more than happy to walk you through our services and custom design a plan that will directly meet your needs.

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Commercial Pest Inspections: Identifying And Addressing Infestations

In order to get you started on a road to pest freedom, we have to first find out what you are up against. This involves bringing in our team for a thorough pest inspection. One or more of our team members will pay you a visit and assess your property. They will look for common signs of pest infestation and pest activity that indicate an existing problem. They will then walk you through what they found and what it might mean for your day-to-day activities.


Our main goal is to make it clear what you are up against so that you can make an informed decision on what commercial pest control services would be best for your property. We’ll assist you on getting on the right path to freedom from pests.

The Impact Of Pests On Commercial Spaces: Understanding The Problem

Not every pest is the same. There are many local species that cause serious problems when they invade commercial spaces. Rodents chew holes through walls and spread disease. Cockroaches also spread disease, as well as trigger asthma attacks. Silverfish damage fabrics and paper. Termites chew tunnels into structural wood. Ants can contaminate food, and there are always more of them than you think. Flies are annoying and often dangerous. Wasps and bees sting. Spiders bite.


In short, pests are a problem. The only question is, how will they cause trouble around your business? To avoid these problems, here are some things you should know about commercial pest control and some preventative strategies to keep local species at bay.

Pest Prevention Measures: Safeguarding Your Commercial Space

Whether you invest in professional commercial pest control or not, we highly recommend that you take some precautions to reduce your chances of finding an infestation on your property. Here are some of the best prevention methods we have to offer.

  • Prioritize cleanliness and keep clutter to a minimum on your property. 
  • Address damage to your business building’s exterior and seal gaps and cracks you find using a caulking gun.
  • Make sure all of your doors and windows are working properly.
  • Fix moisture problems like leaky piping and clogged gutters.
  • Invest in tight-fitting lids for your trash cans.
  • Keep up with your lawn and landscaping.

Bring in our team at All-Safe Pest & Termite - Houston if you want our help dealing with pests around your commercial property.

How To Keep Pests Out Of Your Commercial Space For Good

Are you interested to learn more about pest control for commercial buildings? We would be happy to talk with you about your options.


Our team has been helping locals with all sorts of pest problems for a long time. We’re ready to put our experience to work for you and your property. Reach out to us at All-Safe Pest & Termite - Houston to learn more about our advanced services and schedule your commercial property for a service visit.

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