For hotels and lodgings of all sizes - from international hotel chains to local neighborhood bed and breakfasts - rodents pose a serious threat to not only a business’s reputation, but its bottom line.
Days are shorter, nights are longer, and temperatures are dropping - here in New England we’re full on into fall, and it’ll soon be time to light up the fireplace and dig into the attic for holiday decorations - which, if you’re not careful, could bring on an unwanted run-in with a stowed-away squirrel.
Keeping your staff productive and on-task requires creating the right work environment - and the presence of pests like mice or other rodents can be a serious damper on your team’s productivity.
Whether your office is located in the heart of the city or on the edge of the forest, mice are a common problem for businesses all across the country. But keeping them away from your workers - and out of your building - can be tricky, especially if you’re not proactively working on prevention strategies.
Whether you’ve seen them ambushing bird feeders or taking daring dashes across the road, almost every New Englander who’s experienced the start of this fall season has noticed one major change: squirrels are everywhere this year.
For food retailers of all sizes, autumn is a critical time of year when it comes to pest prevention.
With temperatures dropping all across the northeast, businesses ranging from large supermarkets to small independent grocers will struggle with a variety of fall invaders. Few pests, however, have proven to be more persistent, more difficult to manage, and more harmful to a grocer’s reputation than flies.