Houseman Services offers professional pest control for our valued commercial clients. We are the top family-owned and operated pest control service for Athens-Clarke and Oconee Counties.
Our exterminators apply proactive pest control methods to identify pests, set up action plans, control existing problems, and prevent further infestation. Using Integrated Pest Management techniques (IPM), our service technicians will treat the outside and the inside of your business.
Houseman Services offers complete commercial pest control treatment plans to eliminate unwanted insects. Our pest control treatment plans include the following and more:
- Mosquito Control
- Termite Prevention & Treatment
- Bed Bug Extermination
- Ant Control
- Cockroach Elimination
- Wasp Nests and more!
Commercial Pest Control You Can Appreciate
That is right. Your business can appreciate other exceptional businesses. Our commercial services can handle pest control problems for all types of business operations, large or small.
Houseman Commercial Pest Control offers the following valuable service practices and more:
- We will work within a timeframe that will not disrupt your business, no matter your hours.
- Houseman Services provides environmentally safe and quality commercial pest control services to our business associates.
- We understand the value of your reputation and strive to help maintain and enhance your quality image for your customers and your employees.
What’s more, we have pest control plans for all types of commercial clients in the Athens area. And as you know, each place of business has its own particular pest control concern and standards. Let us help your customers and employees feel safe in your commercial operation.
Industries We Serve
Here are just a few of the industries we serve in the Athens, Georgia area.
- Food Processing
- General Offices
- Health Care
- Retirement Facilities
Our Commercial Pest Control Process
When beginning a commercial pest control program, we inspect your facility and make careful notes of conditions that could harbor pests or allow their entry into your establishment. This is followed by employing IPM techniques to physically remove the pests, when applicable, and utilize non-chemical controls to capture or prevent their return. When necessary, the least toxic chemical controls are utilized to treat the problem areas. An IPM program may include education to prevent pests, proper waste management, structural repairs, maintenance, biological and mechanical control techniques, and pesticide application.