Bed bugs have not gone away. And as people begin to travel again in 2021, they will be back on the rise.
If you were tired of dealing with pest problems in 2020, 2021 will likely not provide relief. In fact, 2021 could be a significant year for pests throughout the country and could easily cause more issues for businesses already struggling.
To help businesses prepare for 2021, B & D Pest Solutions LLC is here to answer all your pest control problems. Our technicians will devise pest management plans backed by science and solid technical knowledge to ensure complete year-round protection.
Rodents are on the Rise
With so many business shutdowns all over the country, it’s not surprising that rodent problems are on the rise. Empty buildings, food scarcity, and cold winter weather have combined to create a serious rodent issue. Rats have become more of a problem in particular because their food sources have been cut off. They have to travel to scavage for food and shelter.
Rodents are a serious threat to a businesses’ reputation. Not only do they cause property damage, but they pose serious health risks to customers and employees. Businesses need to have a pest management plan to protect their business, customers, workers, and property.
The Return of Bed Bugs
In 2020, traveling almost came to a standstill. A lot less business travel, and with nearly no one going on vacation, the spread of bed bugs was not as prevalent. However, bed bugs have not gone away. And as people begin to travel again in 2021, they will be back on the rise.
Bed bugs can be dormant for many months at a time. They can emerge as soon as humans, their food source, become available. Because bed bugs are hitchhikers, they take up traveling on luggage, people, clothing, and other belongings, as soon as they get the opportunity.
Businesses need to be prepared for possible infestations as travel begins to normalize. At B & D Pest Solutions LLC, we understand the possible threat of bed bugs and are here to help our clients detect and prevent an infestation.
The Threat of Cockroaches
Large cockroaches, such as Oriental, American, and Turkestan cockroaches, are likely to be out in full force in 2021. There were reports in 2020 of large roaches in facilities, especially in ones that were closed for a period of time or had limited staff due to the pandemic.
When a business isn’t operating at full capacity, it’s easier for roaches to go up in the drain systems and breed. Therefore, the cockroach population has a perfect opportunity to grow. Don’t let this problem catch you off guard. B & D Pest Solutions LLC can help!
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