Property Management

Businesses lose millions of dollars each year due to pest damage. When left untreated, insects and rodents can destroy buildings and ruin reputations. Your tenants simply won’t tolerate pest infestations in your properties.

Property management firms in Houston can rely on Holder’s Pest Solutions to protect their brand and resolve pest problems in apartment complexes and office buildings as well as other managed properties utilizing an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) approach. We understand that the prevention and management of pest infestations in and around your properties are essential components of your overall sanitation and maintenance programs.

Pest Solutions For Property Management Firms

The objective of our pest management service is to protect your reputation, buildings and environment through a flexible program that can be customized to suit your needs. We safeguard your business locations with a new level of protection for your properties with our BrandGuard solutions that include protection against:

  • flies
  • rodents
  • bed bugs
  • cockroaches
  • ants
  • other key pests

As a leading full-service pest solutions company, Holder’s offers a comprehensive list of pest control services to meet your company’s varied needs. Find out how we can assist your property management company today!

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