With Inspectra's core Pest Prevention Program, your facility will have the highest level of protection in place against the most common structure-infesting pests: cockroaches, common ants, rats, and mice. Beginning with a complete environmental assessment, based on a detailed evaluation of your facility, Inspectra will design a program to meet your needs, taking into account factors such as structural integrity, environmental pest pressures, and potential for activity. Our experts will design a custom service plan and install the right equipment and tools to ensure your facility remains pest-free.

Cockroaches

More than any other pest, cockroaches are associated with dirty and unsanitary conditions. The sight of just one cockroach sends the wrong message entirely and can be very damaging to your brand. In the age of social networking, the risk is simply not worth taking. What's more, both living and dead German cockroaches can carry bacteria, such as E. coli and Salmonella, and can cause allergies and asthma, especially in children, making their presence in any establishment a serious liability.

Ants

Ants are far more than an annoyance for your customers and employees. Ant infestations can contaminate food and sterile areas, damage equipment, and even cause electrical disruptions!

Mice

Mice can wreak havoc in a facility in so many ways. From destroying property, equipment, and food to spreading disease and bacteria, these pests are unwelcome at any time. They are vectors of disease, spreading bacteria and viruses through their droppings and urine. However, the greatest damage they can cause is to your reputation and your brand.

Mice

Mice can wreak havoc in a facility in so many ways. From destroying property, equipment, and food to spreading disease and bacteria, these pests are unwelcome at any time. They are vectors of disease, spreading bacteria and viruses through their droppings and urine. However, the greatest damage they can cause is to your reputation and your brand.

Rats are one of the world's most pervasive and dangerous pests, leaving a path of destruction wherever they go. Rats can contaminate and destroy food, equipment, wiring, and physical structures by gnawing, burrowing, and defecating. In addition, they can harbor and spread dangerous – and sometimes deadly – bacteria and their presence is frightening to most people.