Introducing pest control measures can help ensure that your guests have a relaxing and enjoyable stay, and that they will want to return.
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Most people will need pest control in their lifetime, but none need it as much as a London hotel owner.

We chat with Daniel Neves of Inoculand Pest Control Services in Central London to find out why.

A: As places where guests come and go frequently and where food can be served at any time of the day, hotels can be breeding grounds for pests. However, booking regular inspections and calling in an expert can help keep pesky visitors at bay. Hotels must also meet health and safety standards, and using the services of a pest control agency is one of the best ways to do this.

Q: What if hotel owners are reluctant to seek advice from a pest control expert?

A: If you don’t book regular pest checks or are reluctant to seek the help of a pest control agency when a problem arises, your business can shut down while the problem is resolved and you will have to make expensive repairs. You can also expect hefty fines for failing a health and safety inspection and causing irreparable damage to your company’s reputation.

A: Common signs of a rat or mouse infestation are gnawed or chewed cables, sifting Feces and bite marks on skirting boards, beams or doors. Small holes in the carpet can indicate a moth or carpet beetle infestation, and malodorous smells can indicate a cockroach problem.

Hotels can be a breeding ground for pests, but getting an ongoing contract with a professional pest control agency can help prevent infestation, reduce your stress levels, and keep your hotel in top shape.
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Bed bugs are another common unwanted hotel guest. So, if you notice blood droplets on bed linen or get complaints from guests about itching, it’s best to contact a professional pest controller.

There are a few things you can do to reduce the risk of pest infestation in your hotel :

Be sure to listen to feedback from your hotel guests and contact a pest controller as soon as possible if there are problems with mice, rats, or other pests.
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A: If you see any signs of pest infestation, you can contact one of our pest control experts. You visit the hotel, advise you individually, explain the next steps and make you a free offer.

With a heat treatment we reach every corner of your hotel room and effectively remove every pest from your carpets, furnishings and surfaces. We’ll also survey your hotel to diagnose the cause of the infestation and correct the problem to prevent re-infestation.

We have over 10 years of experience providing professional pest control services to London hotels. We can help you take effective pest control measures to ensure your hotel only receives the guests you want.

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