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Construction sites

Pest infestations are a major concern for the construction industry as construction sites often provide open access to a wide range of pests. A pest infestation in a construction site can put people at risk and expose buildings to property damage from wood-destroying organisms like termites and carpenter ants.

Pest infestations in construction sites can also put buildings at further risk after construction is complete. Rentokil is your trusted partner in helping to minimize the conditions for pest proliferation.

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Common pests in construction sites

Subterranean termites - Due to their ability to inflict costly property damage, subterranean termites are a major concern for construction customers. Rentokil offers a preventative baiting and monitoring service that treats the soil around the construction site for termites.

Wildlife - Wild animals like raccoons, squirrels, and bats are quite fond of construction sites as they often provide them with shelter and food. Depending on the size and type of wildlife, our team will use specialized trapping and baiting methods. Our state-licensed Specialists will help you remove any wildlife from your construction site while following all national and local regulations.

Rodents - One of the most common invaders of construction sites — rodents like mice and rats can spread disease, bite humans and damage property. Rentokil offers a digital pest control system that can record rodent activity at your site, send real-time alerts for an immediate response, and give you the data to discover trends and generate reports.

Pigeons and seagulls - Birds, especially pigeons and seagulls, can cause a host of problems for construction sites. Bird droppings can result in unsafe conditions for workers and cause accidents. Rentokil’s bird control Specialists are equipped to remove infestations quickly without harming the birds. Our effective bird repellents are a non-toxic and humane way of eradicating birds from your property safely.

Pest prevention for construction sites

A vital part of Rentokil’s Integrated Pest Management approach for architecture and construction is providing services and products that save you from the headache and high cost repairs of a pest infestation. We stay one step ahead of pest problems by setting up traps and monitoring devices in and around your properties. Additionally, our Specialists will advise your team on proper prevention methods to keep pest issues from becoming a full blown infestation. Simple steps such as removing garbage and making sure that weeds and vegetation are not encroaching on your properties will discourage pests from invading.

Rentokil Specialists work to seal up external access points in order to limit their ability to enter your properties. We also make sure to set up bait traps around your building site and building materials. All of these steps help to minimize the risk of a pest infestation on your site.

The Rentokil advantage

Protecting your people and your property: At Rentokil, we take an integrated pest management approach. This means that with every service we carry out, we are committed to providing environmentally friendly solutions that are uniquely tailored to your specific business.

Multiple locations, multiple pests: Does your business have several locations? With our National Accounts program, you can work with a single contact for all pest control-related issues instead of having to interact with multiple companies.

Trackable success: Rentokil customers have access to PestNetOnline, our industry-leading online pest control reporting tool. The application is safe, reliable and easily accessible, making it appropriate for recording, storing and auditing valuable information at any of your locations.

Have a question about any of our products or services? Call Rentokil at 1-855-633-6260 or contact us online.



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