We offer innovative pest control solutions tailored to your needs, helping to protect your staff, customers and brand reputation.

Many types of pests can enter buildings if given the opportunity due to poor design and maintenance. Pests can take advantage of gaps in construction, from drains to doors, windows, around pipes and cables, vents and poorly fitting panels and roofing material. Insects can find tiny gaps by persistently searching and following the scent of food coming from inside buildings.

Rodents are flexible and intelligent enough to scout for opportunities, analyze potential weaknesses and find means to enter buildings – even destroy structures or components by gnawing to create or enlarge holes because they only need tiny gaps to get through . Their teeth are hard enough to gnaw through many materials, including wood, rubber, lead, aluminum foil, plastic, and low-grade concrete. They can climb almost any rough, flat surface and run along or climb pipes, cables, plants, drains and conduits. They carry in their body over 1500 microbes that are pathogenic for humans.

Business owners should keep pests out of their premises by using both preventative practices and appropriate protection solutions to block entry routes.

Pest control methods to keep unwanted pests under control

Prevent entry

Buildings need to be vermin proof, covering small and large gaps using rodent proof materials. The doors need to be durable and covered at their base with a special metal tape with a brush made of particularly hard hair, to cover gaps in doors, ramps, etc. It is necessary to protect the entry of insects, and to prevent their entry into the buildings through special loading areas but also cylindrical doors with specially designed barriers.

Reduce damage

Pest control using appropriate materials can prevent damage caused by rodents and other pests such as birds, including gnawing around pipes, cables and doors, damage from droppings, nesting materials and eating stored food.

Reduce costs

Investing in space sealing measures leads to the prevention of pests from entering buildings, the absence of infestations, the avoidance of future high costs of elimination and restoration of damages, and the avoidance of damage to the reputation of the business that can lead to the loss of customers.

Effective pest control solutions for your business

Our extensive experience with clients in many business sectors has allowed us to develop some of the most innovative and effective pest control products to solve intractable pest problems. Here are three of our latest solutions for protecting customer premises.

Myocide by chemical methods is mainly based on the use of chemical toxic baits, which are called myocides and after their consumption by the rodents they cause their death.

Our goal

Suppression of mouse invasion
We cover emergency problems and mouse invasions in any space.

Prevention of mice invasion
We create and maintain bait station and trap systems in commercial and private areas for effective rodent population control.

Fighting methodology

With myocide preparations of the latest generation with hemolytic action.
Rodents die after taking them within 5 to 10 days depending on their size and away from where they ate the bait without creating bait phobia or suspicion in the rest.
Use of bait stations, traps as well as clamps, glues, etc.
It is noted that prevention is recommended as the best treatment.
Sealing potential access points, better management of waste, sewage as well as better design ensure maximum effectiveness of applications.

Mainly harmful rodents
Rat – Brown rat (Rattus norvegicus)
Roof Rat – Black Rat (Rattus rattus)
House Mouse (Mus musculus)

After each application
We issue a myocide CERTIFICATE for each health check.

Myocide without drugs

Myoctosis can also be carried out without the use of chemical preparations. Especially in recent years with the spread of organic products, non-chemical methods have become better known and widespread.

Inside facilities that handle food and beverages, the use of mycicidal preparations is avoided. Multi-capture traps and lenses are used instead. Also used – although not as widely – are rodent traps that kill rodents using CO2 or electric current.