When searching for pest control services, you need more than a company – you need a partner. That’s what you get with OPC Pest Services. Because we take an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) approach, we go BEYOND traditional pest control to choose from many techniques and strategies to create a customized plan based on your multifamily building, your pest pressures, and your needs. We will even work with you and your employees to educate them on what they can do to help keep your building pest free. Because your reputation is just as important to us as ours.
You also need a partner that can give you more. Our highly trained and QualityPro® certified technicians are supported by Board Certified Entomologists and personnel dedicated to making sure you always look good, your residents are safe, and pest complaints are kept to a minimum. Your life will be made easier with custom pest control services, dedicated employees, and personal attention. That’s the “more” you’ll get with OPC Pest Services.
Property Managers know pests are more than just a nuisance – these unwelcome guests can diminish online reputations and brands, spread disease, and even damage apartment complexes like yours. OPC Pest Services is a member of several property management associations and that allows us to stay abreast of current trends in your industry and have a clear understanding of how pest control impacts your business and your residents. We also have our disinfecting service to keep your property safe and healthy for your residents.
Pests can enter complexes in numerous ways, especially if your residents aren’t careful to clean, or if your buildings are older. Some particularly common threats for multifamily properties include bed bugs, cockroaches, stinging pests, ticks, rodents, and more. OPC will help you identify potential pest problems and create a plan to solve them.
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