No matter what business you’re in, your company’s buildings or manufacturing facilities have unique requirements related to physical layout, sanitation regulations, and maintenance or storage practices. Your Aarya Pest Management professional knows this and will work with you to determine the best way to help prevent pests in your establishment, based on your specific needs. Every aspect of our service is thoroughly documented and we work with you during scheduled on-site meetings to make sure you are completely satisfied with our Aarya Pest Management (APM) program.
Aarya Pest Management Program has 7 Stages.
A comprehensive inspection is conducted at every facility. Extra attention is given to the five pest activity Zones
Customer and Employee areas.
FACILITY LAYOUT ANALYSIS
After the comprehensive inspection, all current and potential problems areas are noted. It is important to identify the operations traffic patterns, including the number of people who enter and exit the building every day.
Different types of pests require different types of treatments depending on their growth patterns and characteristics. Operators and customers must team up with facility employees to accurately report where, when and how many pests were seen in order to help prevent infestations and control existing problems.
There are too many variables to provide “cookie cutter” solutions for individual facilities. Location, climate, the condition of the building and its age all play a role in determine a treatment program. A comprehensive inspection and analysis of the facility, including interviews with key employee, helps APM develop an effective Pest Control programme tailored to the customer.
Every APM program is focused as per the daily sanitation schedule. This schedule directly impacts factors that contribute to pest build up inside and out.
Non-chemical control options are always used before chemical options are considered.
ONGOING MONITORING & MAINTENANCE
This step is absolutely to the success of APM. This includes accurate reporting of pest sightings and proper documentation for clients and regulatory agencies.