Commercial Services

Factories and Warehouses

Warehouse pest control is an integral part of routine maintenance procedure and is a top requirement to pass business audits for licensing and accreditation. Such huge attention to the sanitation of the warehouse is due to the fact that business products, usually food, are stored here after manufacturing and prior to distribution. Not to mention that final goods stored in these warehouses are very vulnerable to irreversible damage, most notably infestation and contamination.

Several pests may be found in warehouses but the common targets of warehouse pest control services can be grouped into three: insects, rodents, and birds.

Insect pests are a whole range and may include weevils, several kinds of beetles and moths. Their exact location, however, maybe quite difficult to pinpoint as their harbourages tend to be hard to find.

Rodents, especially rats, are also a major concern in different warehouses - be it food, clothes, paper or furniture. This is because rats have the high tendency to gnaw through everything they can rest their teeth on and in food warehouses, they could spell contamination and tons of health concerns.

Lastly are birds which may make their nests or homes in warehouses and their droppings cause huge sanitation problems.

Hotels and Catering Pest Control

Pest control is important in the hospitality industry due to the effect they can have on the reputation of your business.

As well as dealing with rats and mice Thompson Pest Control can also monitor, treat and manage infestations of crawling and flying insects. Bed Bugs are a growing problem in the hotel industry and our trained staff are on hand to offer advice on these problematic pests.

Contact us for a free survey and a tailored pest control plan for your premises - You may be surprised at our professional service and competitive prices.

Thompson Pest Control helped me get control of my pest problem in a quick and efficient manner. If the pests do come back, Thompson will be called back too.

Alison Dewar , Dundee