Renovation of old buildings and the construction of new ones can both benefit from the consideration of pest control, even before the project gets started. Because of way that construction projects happen, sites are inherently attractive to various pests, such as rodents, insects, spiders, and even termites. Planning for pest control ahead of time will help you not only prevent infestations during the construction phases, but also build in a smart way that can help to keep pests out for years to come.
Whether starting afresh with a brand new site, or renovating an old one, working with a pest control professional will help you address some important issues ahead of time, such as:
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In the midst of construction phases, many details need attention. Renovation or new construction pest control might seem trivial, but don’t underestimate the opportunities for pests to invade your work site. Work with your construction team and pest control expert to actively address pest control on your construction site by keeping these things in mind:
Look for pests during the wrap-up and move in phases of construction. During this time, many “kinks” will often be worked out in the way the building has been constructed, and pest control is just one of these factors.
Keeping pests at bay during all of the phases of construction or renovation can be accomplished through cooperation between your site manager and a pest control professional. A pest inspection within 90 days or so after move-in may be recommended to ensure that the pest control plans have been successful. An ongoing service schedule by pest control experts will keep critters away for the long term.