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Pest infestations are a major concern for the construction industry as construction sites often become infested with 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. Knowing how to minimize the conditions for pest proliferation is where Rentokil Steritech is your trusted partner.

Most 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.

Wild Mammals - Wild animals like raccoons, squirrels, and bats are quite fond of construction sites as they often provide them with shelter and food. Our state-licensed Technicians 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, mice and rats can spread disease, bite humans and damage property.

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.

PestNetOnline

Rentokil’s online pest control reporting tool, PestNetOnline, provides customers with access to their pest control records. Featuring interactive site plans and real-time data, PestNetOnline is the leading online tool in the pest control industry.

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