Wildwoods Pest Maintenance Program For Gresham Restaurants

Posted by brainjmedia03 on Friday, December 8, 2017

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Dealing with recurring pest issues is an unfortunate part of owning a food service business. It’s for this reason that Wildwoods Pest Control offers year-round protection via our unique preventative maintenance program. When pests become relentless, a customized service plan including necessary maintenance is likely the solution for your space. At Wildwoods Pest Control, we custom design a maintenance program based on your restaurant, the area it’s in and your level of pest persistence. In this way, we can effectively control insect and rodent infestations swiftly and thoroughly.

Wildwoods’ preventative pest maintenance is like pest insurance for your business. Our service pros will visit your restaurant to perform preventative treatments based on a schedule agreed upon by your team. However, regardless of scheduled visits, when pest issues occur, we will happily visit your restaurant to provide our signature service.

If your Gresham restaurant is in need of a preventative pest maintenance plan, contact Wildwoods Pest Control first. Our service professionals are prompt, friendly, and meticulous. Trust Wildwoods to keep your food service business safe from dangerous infestations. Visit our Pest Maintenance Program page to learn more about our processes.

At Wildwoods Pest Control, we employ an approach to pest control called “Integrated Pest Management,” we believe that each home and business should be treated differently because each situation is unique. Wildwoods has served Portland area communities such as Gresham for years and can create timely and effective extermination solutions for your pest control issue.

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