Protecting Vancouver Schools From Pest Infestations

Posted by brainjmedia03 on Monday, October 2, 2017

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Vancouver is a bright and bustling city with a number of charter, private, and home-based schools. These schools serve hundreds of Vancouver children. While public schools often have dedicated or contracted pest control staff, smaller charter schools and home-based schools require the services of other small businesses to keep them pest-free.

Vancouver common pests include sugar ants, roaches, termites, wasps, and a number of rodents and invasive wildlife. These pests can pose a particular threat in grade schools, where curious children are at risk of injury, illness or allergic reaction. Keeping these smaller institutes of learning free from pests is the vital responsibility of the school runners leading them. Having a trusted pest control specialist who only uses the safest pest control methods is imperative for these smaller schools.

Wildwoods Pest Control has served the Vancouver community for several years. Our team of experienced, professional pest specialists have extensive knowledge of the pest control challenges Vancouver’s small schools face. Each of our team members recognizes the importance of keeping Vancouver’s children safe from both the dangers of rodents, insects, and other pests, as well as dangers of caustic chemicals, which is why our pest control methods are deliberate and location specific, ensuring safe elimination of pests.

We are a local, family owned pest control & exterminator company offering service to the following areas: Beaverton OR, Clackamas OR, Corbett OR, Estacada OR, Gresham OR, Portland OR, Sandy OR, Vancouver WA and Welches OR. We offer termite control, rodent control, flea control, and much more.

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