Condominiums are another example of multi-family housing that can encourage unwanted pests to move in and make themselves comfortable. Pests of all shapes and sizes can become an issue within condominiums as they make their way into cracks and crevices, attics and basements, and everything in between
Common pest problems in condos
Property managers of apartments and condominiums have an obligation to provide a high-quality living experience to their tenants. Part of that responsibility involves taking certain precautions against pest infestations. The risks of pest infestations inside of condominiums include:
- In multi-family housing like apartments and condominiums, an infestation can begin in one unit and can spread rapidly throughout the building.
- All types of pests are drawn to condominiums. Ants, rodents, roaches, spiders, bed bugs, and fleas are just a few of the many pest problems that can arise in multi-family units.
- One type of pest problem can quickly lead to others if not handled promptly and professionally.
- In serious cases, tenants have been known to sue property managers for the damage created by untreated pest infestations.
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Expert condominium pest control services
Ehrlich has created specific Integrated Pest Management (IPM) techniques to help combat the unique pest control challenges that face condominiums. Some pest control companies spray treat per unit, which might be effective for that one unit, but it will just push any remaining pests into the next unit. This creates an endless cycle of upset and residents and a pest problem throughout your building.
Using our proven solution to multi-family unit housing, we guarantee that your condominium will be rid of pests—all without using overly toxic pest control products. Keep your tenants happy, your condominium pest-free, and your complex in good health for years today by calling our team today!Back to Residential Pest Control
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