O'Hara Pest Control's mouse exterminators know the intricacies of the food industry. They certainly visit enough restaurants in Palm Beach Gardens. That's not to say that most establishments that serve food are unhygienic, but far from it. Those within such an industry are certainly aware of what flies with health inspectors. A major reason why so many of these establishments contact O'Hara Pest Control in Palm Beach Gardens is for routine mice control maintenance and mice removal.
Palm Beach Gardens is widely known for the amount of mice and rodents it contains. Ironically, the reason behind this what also draws so many of the country's great residents to Palm Beach Gardens. Moderate winters and great summers are a blessing, both for fun activities and the region's beautiful homes. O'Hara Pest Controls team of mice exterminators are quite used to taking on mice and rodent infestations not only at residences, but also businesses such as the restaurant and food industry.
This is natural, as mice are quite good at finding ideal food sources. Not only do restaurants store a good amount of the food for mice, these places also throw a good amount of food out for mice. All the drains from multiple sinks and the sort certainly don't help either, as some mice are known to enter a target area from the sewers. Mice of nearly every size can generally wiggle through a doorknob sized hole, and mice are quite quick on their feet. O'Hara Pest Controls mice exterminators can certainly vouch for that.
When all is said and done, mice not only have great incentive for entering a restaurant, but also can find it quite easy. Not only are there usually multiple entrances to such establishments, but many restaurants generally share the building with other shops, offices, and perhaps other restaurants. While not a recipe for disaster, restaurant rows in Palm Beach Gardens can certainly become hotspots for mouse infestations.
Most restaurateurs and employees are well aware of these scenarios. However, that does not mean they have the experience or knowledge to combat the mice, especially within a business setting. Many within the team of O'Hara Pest Controls mice exterminators would go so far to claim that restaurant mouse control is its own specialty. Sure, there are plenty of similarities between all types of mice pest control, but each of these also has their own intricacies. While there are certainly commonalities within each instance of mouse trapping or mouse containment, there's a world of difference for what should be emphasized and what is permissible. Residences, even apartments, are usually suitable for stationary mouse poison or mice fumigation, but this is not ideal for restaurants. After all, these businesses have a whole world of food within the kitchen and plenty of cooking utensils. Oftentimes a serious mice infestation may actually be within the food pantry, such as bag of flower. Yes, O'Hara Pest Controls mouse exterminators have also heard rumors about some of the Palm Beach Gardens pizza places. Not that O'Hara Pest Controls mouse exterminators won't lay poison if necessary. However, this is only in scenarios where all other options are moot - and there are a slew of other options.
O'Hara Pest Controls mice exterminators generally track a mouse infestation to its source, thus enabling both the (hopefully) quick control of the given pest and continued effort for what all restaurants and other food purveyors benefit from- mouse proofing.
Obviously, mouse proofing a restaurant is no easy task. There are plenty of factors that include entry points and incentives. The former is easy enough and O'Haras mouse exterminators can use a fine tooth comb to remedy all potential entry points. Generally this involves calking all cracks, placing secure grates onto any small entry ways, installing unscented air filtration devices, and even spraying specific areas with mouse poison and mice repellants. However, eliminating incentives really depends on the employees keeping all food contained, all entries locked, making sure the garbage is secure, and more.
Building these habits into employees can be a challenge for managers without a background in mice pest control and that is quite rare. O'Hara Pest Controls mice exterminators are quite used to working with residents and workers in Palm Beach Gardens Florida to keep mice at a minimum, particularly in cases of restaurant mouse control. Call O'Hara Pest Controls team of mice exterminators in Palm Beach Gardens at 561-655-9011.