Industrial/Warehouse

Pest prevention and control is now an integral part of sanitation for most warehousing and logistics properties – and for good reason. Contamination of raw materials and products by pest droppings, webbing, and skin casts can lead to a loss of goods and revenue.

Large industrial or warehouse spaces can present large pest control challenges. Warehouses are particularly susceptible to pests as many insects and rodents will feed on goods and materials if left uncontrolled.

Total Home Pest Control has the experience and expertise to handle these unique issues. Our industrial and warehouse treatment solutions make sure these large properties are protected and secure from pests.

Potential consequences of a pest infestation in the warehousing & logistics industry include:

  • termination of contracts leading to revenue losses;
  • prosecution for non-compliance with regulatory laws;
  • customer complaints;
  • increased costs for delayed treatments; and
  • loss of customer trust.

Documentation of a proactive pest management program is critical in a warehousing and logistics environment. The pest management program provided by Total Home has been designed to comply with the various third-party audit requirements and regulatory audits such as FDA and USDA.

Specifically, Total Home designs its pest treatment plans to meet the requirements of industry regulations, including:

  • FDC Act (Federal Food Drug and Cosmetic Act) Title 21
  • Current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMPs) contained in Title 21 part 110 Code of Federal Regulations (CFRs).

Total Home Pest Control technicians are skilled, experienced professionals, they are state certified, licensed applicators and are required to participate in regular training programs to maintain their expertise. They understand the habits of each species and use that knowledge when developing a control program for your industrial or warehouse space.
 

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