If your business is located in an area where mosquitoes are present, you are surely aware of how troublesome these pests are. Not only do they tend to swarm in the masses, but also mosquito bites can lead to the spread of West Nile Virus and other mosquito borne illnesses. Bottom line, mosquitoes and your business are not a good match. Our Houston pest control professionals at Holder’s Pest Solutions have a few tips and solutions to share in order to help you get through this summer without the mosquitoes forcing your employees and customers to run away!
Pest birds can pose a serious threat to your commercial facility. Anyone who has dealt with pest birds including pigeons, sparrows and grackles can understand just how hard it is to get rid of birds. Not only are they an unsightly addition to your signs and exterior, but pest birds also pose many health hazards when they find a business facility for nesting. But the good news in all of this is that the Houston pest control professionals at Holder’s Pest Solutions has the knowledge and expertise in eliminating the threat that pest birds pose to your business including your hard earned image and reputation.
After a hard day (traffic, work, kids), have you ever dreamed about that piece of delicious chocolate cake that you left out on your counter? We’ve all been there, we understand. But, if you aren’t careful this spring, you may find that something else will have gotten to it before you - ants, that’s right ants! Ants are pesky creatures that will enter into your home and eat your food without any apologies. Now is the perfect time to implement changes around your home to ensure that ants stay out of it and away from your chocolate cake.
Due to advancements in natural pest control and an increase in regulatory requirements food and beverage processing facilities are shifting from practice of responding to pest problems, to one that is proactive in preventing them. With modern Integrated Pest Management, facility operators are now able to effectively and safely keep pests from spreading disease and illness to the products they produce.
A hospital is a place of healing, and it is the responsibility of healthcare professionals to provide an environment that is clean and safe. This is why more and more hospitals are turning to pest control companies that implement modern Integrated Pest Management strategies to solve pest issues. IPM is a cleaner, safer, and more eco-friendly approach to controlling dangerous germ spreaders, like cockroaches, mice, rats, pigeons, flies, and mosquitoes. This is what IPM looks like in a healthy hospital, courtesy of your pest care professionals at Holder's Pest Solutions who have been servicing the needs of the healthcare industry since 1947.
Whether you cook in your home, or run a 5 star restaurant, this blog is for you. Pantry pest prevention is simple: seal pests from entering the areas where you keep your food, protect your food, and don't carry pests in. If you follow these three basic rules, you won't have to worry about beetles, weevils, moths, and other food infesting bugs.
Bugs and rodents love dark, secluded areas, and that just happens to be where we typically store our decoration boxes. This can make for an unwanted holiday surprise--if you know what I mean. So, let's examine five ways you can have a pest-free holiday.
A lot happens around Thanksgiving time. More people will be coming and going from your home and more food as well. It is a time of celebration and a season of feasting. It is also a time when those bugs and rodents will start wondering if your home is the right place to spend the winter. If you're wondering, the answer is no. Your home is not the right place for those critters and varmints to spend the winter.
You don't get a second chance to make a first impression. Reputation is the lifeblood of a business, and whether your business is food or paper clips, pests can hurt your image, and taint your brand.
No one can dispute that the heart of every home is the kitchen. It is where families gather to make meals, laughter and memories. The moment that the dishes are done and the lights go out however, the kitchen can become home to a new kind of family. A multitude of household pests will naturally gravitate toward the largest food source in the home, your kitchen.