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  1. #1
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    Nov 2020

    Why is it essential to have pest control companies?

    Pest control companies are absolutely essential to protect simply everything. Pests bring out a wide range of diseases that could harm human beings, food and agriculture. They are considered a health violation. Now when it comes to mosquitoes, they are part of a list of pests. If you ever feel that you are constantly itching yourself, then the chances are that you have been in contact with a mosquito. Mosquitoes not only create itchiness and irritation on your skin, but they also carry some dangerous diseases such as malaria, dengue fever and yellow fever. It is important for every pest control company to have mosquito control services Maryland to prevent major disease outbreaks.

  2. #2

    Re: Why is it essential to have pest control companies?

    spam filters are great pest control as well

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Oct 2020

    Re: Why is it essential to have pest control companies?

    Rodents cause gnawing damage and shred materials for nesting, birds can damage roofs and block drains causing flooding damage and all pests contaminate surfaces with droppings. Pest numbers can rapidly increase with access to food supplies – including unemptied food waste bins. Costs of pest control, cleaning, disinfection and repairs can quickly escalate.
    A survey conducted by the Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR) for Rentokil found that more than 70% of businesses in five countries suffered significant financial losses during an infestation – and that was during normal times when buildings were in full use!

    Pests are also a risk to the health and wellbeing of staff and customers. In addition to spreading diseases the presence of pest infestations causes stress and anxiety. The survey found that the impact on staff morale was the most commonly cited impact in all five countries, with 30-38% of businesses reporting it as the number one impact.

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