Integrated Pest Management Services for Businesses
You know how it is being in business. So do we. It seems like the work is never done. At Buckingham Pest Control, we understand the pressures that anyone running a business faces. That's why we make it our business to make your business a little easier.
Pest control is one of those things that most business owners would rather not think about.
But they have to. Business owners who ignore pest management do so at their peril.
A single cockroach walking across the table can destroy a restaurant's reputation. A small mouse infestation in a supermarket can contaminate hundreds of dollars worth of product before you can say "Mickey and Minnie." And let's not even think about what bed bugs or clothing moths could do to a retail clothing business.
And then there's the paperwork. Gone are the days when the exterminator could come into a restaurant, "spray some stuff" on the baseboards, and leave with no more paperwork than his invoice. Those days are over. IPM (Integrated Pest Management) is the new standard, and with it comes new laws, insurance requirements, and industry standards that demand paperwork, paperwork, and more paperwork. Everything must be documented. Who has time for that?
At BPCI, we consider it our duty and privilege to provide comprehensive, individualized IPM plans built around your business, your industry, your needs, and your schedule. That includes everything from monitoring traps to filling out the forms necessary for some types of businesses, such as food processing and pharmaceutical plants.
We're familiar with local, state, federal, and industry laws, rules, regulations, and standards, such as those of the FDA, USDA, and AIB. We'll make sure your business is both pest-free and in compliance with all relevant regulations — and that you can prove it if ordered to do so.
Commercial Pest Control Services
Buckingham specializes in providing high-quality, cost-effective pest control solutions to all types of businesses, including:
- Restaurants and food service establishments
- Warehousing, manufacturing, and industrial facilities
- Supermarkets and grocery stores
- Pharmaceutical plants
- Medical and dental offices
- Hospitals, nursing homes, and other residential health care and rehabilitation establishments
- Churches, temples, missions, and other non-profit organizations
- Schools, daycare centers, and child-care facilities
- Technology businesses
- Retail establishments
- Athletic and recreational facilities (gyms, fitness clubs, etc.)
- Hotels, motels, condos, and rental apartment properties
- And more.