Combat Garden Ants
Effective Garden Ant Control Service from Rentokil (pdf)
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In the commercial environment ants are more than just a nuisance. They can cost you money and harm your reputation. This is particularly true in organisations that handle food or need to keep areas sterile.
Premises like pubs, restaurants, hospitals, offices, warehouses and other buildings that store food and water need to make sure they have the highest standards of hygiene – and that means being ant-free.
Without adequate ant control in your business you could suffer from:
Waste - Contaminated food and other products will have to be thrown away, costing you money and resources.
Fear - Infestations in places like hospitals and care homes can spread pathogens (e.g. Pharoah Ants) and alarm patients or residents and lead them to question your hygiene standards.
Reputation - If your reputation suffers so too will your profits, as customers are put off by the presence of ants.
Garden ants are the most common ant species found across the UK. Their versatility means they can nest and forage in a variety of locations from underneath flagstones and grassy areas to the inside of wall cavities and other hidden voids.
Whether you have an ant infestation within your premises or around the exterior of the property our bespoke control service is designed to combat Garden Ant issues with the most appropriate and effective control methods. All our treatments, from targeted sprays to selective baiting or drill and dust (for internal voids) are safe for you, your staff and customers.
Our British Pest Control Association (BPCA) Technicians understand the habits of different types of ant and can offer discreet and targeted ant control. It goes without saying that all our treatments are safe for your staff and customers.
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