Pest Control

COVID-19: Have You Kept Up with Pest Control?

Buildings that have sat unoccupied or under-occupied while occupants worked from home are at risk for pest infestations. If you didn't continue your regular pest control service while people were out of the office, it might be time to look into extra mitigation measures. Dr. Brittany Campbell, staff entomologist and research scientist for the National Pest Management Association (NPMA), discusses the risks with editor-in-chief Janelle Penny.

COVID-19: Have You Kept Up with Pest Control?

Buildings that have sat unoccupied or under-occupied while occupants worked from home are at risk for pest infestations. If you didn't continue your regular pest control service while people were out of the office, it might be time to look into extra mitigation measures. Dr. Brittany Campbell, staff entomologist and research scientist for the National Pest Management Association (NPMA), discusses the risks with editor-in-chief Janelle Penny.

Spring Pest Management Tips To Keep Problems At Bay

Spring is when critters come out of a winter hiatus in search of three things: shelter, food and reproduction. Facility managers should be watchful as the seasons change for signs of pest problems. You can head off an infestation by springing into action with these overlooked pest management tips.