Schädlingsbekämpfung | Kammerjäger für Gewerbekunden
We provide you with expert support and advice on all questions related to protecting your health and stock from pests. From expert advice to acute professional pest-control measures, all the way to regular and efficient monitoring to prevent pests and protect your business and production spaces from all kinds of pests, we are the perfect partner for you. We will produce a tailor-made solution just for you, suitable for any pest.
Pest monitoring and HACCP concept
A HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points) concept, which includes preventive pest-control measures, is essential in food-processing facilities in order to comply with food hygiene regulations.
To minimise risks posed by pests to your company, we establish all critical points relating to pest infestations and we can also provide you with effective monitoring. This has a preventive function and provides your company with optimal protection by defining threshold levels to carry out pest-control measures.
Our professional pest-control services include:
- Risk analysis
- Pest control
- Accompanying measures
- 100% discretion
Pests avoid people and live hidden away, so in case of an infestation they can often remain undetected for a long time, allowing them to multiply easily and cause damage. The expense involved in tackling the problem increases significantly the longer an infestation remains undetected.
An expertly installed and maintained monitoring system with fixed surveillance points that are checked at regular intervals seems to be the easy solution to massively reduce both damage and expense. As well as detecting pests early, this also helps directly locate their place of origin, and recognising an infestation early also significantly reduces the outlay of time and money to deal with it.
Naturally, monitoring also includes detailed reporting that can be sent onto the client depending on the maintenance cycle.
Good to know for landlords and property managers: Plus, unlike acute action, the cost of prevention is more apportionable.