Hotels & hospitality pest control at Pest Defense Solutions in Albuquerque New MexicoHotels and motels are always under immense pressure to keep a pest-free* environment. Unfortunately, even the nicest hotel can be susceptible to pest problems without proper pest management services. Especially in the age of online reviews, a pest infestation in the hospitality industry could easily ruin a reputation. 

Needless to say, hotel guests expect their rooms to not have pests. Pest Defense Solutions provides hotels and hospitality pest control services to keep your business in good standing year-round.

Commercial Pest Control for Hotels

From ants and cockroaches to rodents, termites, and more, hotels are susceptible to any type of pest problem. Bed bugs are likely the most concerning pest problem in hotels. Bed bug infestations can often be traced back to instances of traveling, as these pests can easily hop on suitcases and travel from one hotel room to the next. To avoid having guests discover these unwelcome visitors, it’s important to work with an exterminator that specializes in commercial pest control for hotels.


Frequently Asked Questions About Pests in Hotels

The pests most commonly found in hotels are:

If you find pests in your hotel room, no matter what kind, alert the hotel management immediately. Many kinds of pests are capable of carrying serious diseases, so you should not try to deal with them yourself, especially while you’re on vacation or a business trip. Try to move all of your belongings away from the site of the infestation so as to not take any critters home with you on accident.

Yes, in fact, infestations often start after someone has returned home from traveling. Bed bugs love hotels because of their ample supply of hosts to feed on and rooms to hide in. When you stay in a hotel, try to find a place to hang up your luggage instead of leaving it on the floor to prevent bed bugs from hitching a ride in your bag.

It is important to be exhaustive when checking for bed bugs in a hotel room. First, check every part of the bed, including the creases and seams in the mattress, the cracks and holes in any wooden pieces, and junctures of the wall and bed frame. Bed bugs also hide in upholstered furniture, carpets, power outlets, and cracks in the walls and siding.

When a hotel is alerted of a bed bug infestation, they act quickly to have professional treatment applied. The most effective methods of treatment for bed bugs are heat and steam treatments, vacuuming, and insecticide use. While insecticides can yield quick and effective results, heat treatments are often the chosen method of bed bug control for their non-toxic nature.

It is possible to bring cockroaches home with you from a hotel if they get into your luggage. Because cockroaches like to hide in dark places during the day, they may find a stuffed suitcase suitable to hang out in for a while. This is why you should always be careful when packing up and store your suitcase off of the ground during your stay.

A quality hotel will only use pesticides that are approved by the EPA, and they will only use them within the parameters designated by the manufacturer on the label. There are plenty of ways to regulate your use of pesticides to keep people safe and prevent pests without exposing people to harmful amounts of toxins. You can always ask your chosen hotel about any recent pest treatments.

Although it is a case-by-case policy, you should be able to get a refund for an infested room. It is reasonable to expect that the room you have paid to sleep in under the promise of quality and privacy should be clear of any pest problems. It is always worth asking whether or not there is a refund policy in place before booking your hotel.

Pest Management in Hotels

At Pest Defense Solutions, some of the steps involved in our hotels and hospitality pest control program include:

  1. Thoroughly inspecting the entire property to find any vulnerabilities or active pest activity.
  2. Scheduling service and visits for maximum discretion and convenience, including after hours and weekends.
  3. Using eco-friendly products and methods proven to control and exterminate pests.
  4. Providing documentation and support for health inspectors and other government officials.
  5. Following up on treatment and making any necessary adjustments.

Effective Hospitality Pest Control

When it comes to pest management for hotels, it’s extremely important to work with an experienced hospitality pest control expert. The hospitality exterminators at Pest Defense Solutions has been providing commercial buildings with pest control for more than a decade and can be trusted to keep your hotel pest-free* all year long!

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