PEST PREVENTION FOR THE HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY
Pest control and prevention is crucial to the success of your food service or hospitality business. At TNT Exterminating we understand this, so we designed the Pest Prevention Program for the Food Service and Hospitality Industry to address the specific challenges faced by owners and managers of restaurants, hotels, motels, food warehouses and supermarkets.
Our customized program targets every aspect of your business. We inspect, eliminate, prevent and monitor any existing or potential pest infestation throughout your facility, with the ultimate goal being to stop the bugs before they get in.
Pest control as it relates to the hospitality industry can be challenging because it is more than just a building. At TNT, we know that eliminating access to pests in your business takes a deeper look. Our program addresses five areas of concern:
When you get TNT’s Pest Prevention Program for the Food Service & Hospitality Industry, you receive proactive, effective and environmentally responsible services for your business. Expect the following from our professionals:
Going further with BIOREMEDIATION & MICROSANITATION
Bioremediation is the science of using living organisms (microbes) to convert waste material into natural matter. First used in the 1970s to clean up oceanic oil spills, this technology now is used in the food service industry, and TNT has teamed with BioStim to bring it to you. Click here to learn more about BioStim Microbial Products.
The food service industry is vulnerable to grease and organic build up in drain lines because of the daily process of preparing food and cleaning up. The result is slow or clogged drain lines, odors from rotting food and breeding of drain flies. Unfortunately, conventional methods of using enzymes or bleach are not effective in breaking down the grease and debris.
TNT’s program uses environmentally safe BioStim Microbial Products, specifically selected microscopic living organisms that digest fats, oils, grease and organic matter. These organisms are injected into your drain lines where they consume the accumulated debris. Performed regularly, BioStim treatments will:
Small flies are one of the top complaints of business owners in the food service industry in Northeast Ohio. Whether it’s fruit flies, drain flies, phorid flies or moth flies, these pests can be a constant source of frustration in restaurant kitchens. Click here for information about identifying small flies.
At TNT we offer a customized program that specifically addresses your problem so that it is both eliminated and prevented. Our multi-step program uses our three-phase approach to stop your pest problem—identify, exclude and maintain. We combine foam treatments and steam cleaning, targeting drains and other areas that attract small flies, so you get effective results.
Expect the following with TNT’s small fly program:
The TNT Small Fly Program is guaranteed to stop small flies in your business. If you notice flies, our technicians will respond to solve the problem. Understand that our guarantee is limited should we discover broken sewage pipes or find drain lines inaccessible. However, our staff is prepared to make recommendations to fix such problems so that your fly problem can be solved in a timely fashion.
To get the maximum efficiency when treating for small flies, TNT recommends considering the following services, which can be provided at an additional cost:
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