For over 30 years we have provided environmentally responsible Commercial Pest Control services for the Vancouver WA and Greater Portland OR areas.
We also offer Inspections to identify possible pest problems and suggest a course of action to correct any issues. Our Commercial pest control services include, Multi-family housing, Commercial, Professional buildings, Food processing, High tech facilities, Health care, Government buildings (GSA), Schools, Restaurants, Manufacturing, and Property Management Providers. We are experienced with meeting the Audit requirements for the Food Storage and Distribution Industry such as AIB (American Baking Institute), Cook and Thurber (Quality Safety Audits for food, beverage a and packaging industries), and Twic (Transportation Worker Identification Credential).
We offer the gambit of pest control and extermination services for our Commercial customers. We do not have the “one size fits all” approach to pest control. We can provide one time only services as well as routine on-going services. We customize our services to fit our customers’ individual needs. If we can solve your problem in one visit, that is what we do. If the pest issue requires multiple trips, together we develop a program to address those on-going issues. Some customer’s circumstances require routine on-going services, thus we provide maintenance programs as well.
Commercial Pest Control FAQ
We offer complete bed bug services, treating all affected areas. Contact our office for preparation information as well as inspection & treatment options.
Bed bug treatments depend on the severity of the infestation, as some circumstances require multiple treatments. Our treatments are effective so long as the bed bugs are not reintroduced.
No. One pest is inconvenient, but not worthy of an entire treatment. That said, often times a pest sighting is indicative of a nest being nearby. If that renter has repeated sightings, then he/she should contact The Bug Man.
We service all types business with pest control issues.
We are knowledgeable about many pest control issues, so whether your need is general or specific then we can usually solve it or keep it under control. We have been trained to handle a variety of situations and have years of experience behind us.
Some minor issues probably can be handled by your staff or a handyman. Other issues, like carpenter ants, termites, roaches, rodents (the list goes on), are more difficult to handle. In these cases, a professional pest control company should be consulted.
Pest control products are made to break down. This is good for the environment, but makes it difficult to control certain pest problems over time. It’s not unusual for issues to be resolved for sometime and then reoccur down the road. Some circumstances call for on-going routine pest control service.
If a pest problem is untreated, it will not only persist but could also get worse.
This depends on the pest involved or the scale of the infestation. Most circumstances take time to solve. Most infestations differ, so this can be discussed when you book an appointment with The Bug Man.
Again, this depends on the specific pest being treated. It can range from 30 minutes to several hours.
This is pest specific, and will vary for what we’re treating.
Pest ants and rodents are the most popular – then there’s a variety of other issues like moles, roaches, silver fish and carpenter ants. The Pacific Northwest has many pests…the list goes on.
We have a variety of products and they are specific to the pest issue. We utilize Integrated Pest Management techniques which address environmental changes, building out, blocking off and so on. Contact our office for specifics related to our treatments.
We use both. The choice depends on the specific pest issue. We have a variety of options and will use the product that works best for your situation.
Some pests come in directly from the outdoors, some attach themselves to cardboard boxes or other items brought in to the work environment from the outside. Ants come from the exterior and come into work spaces through cracks and crevices. There isn’t a single answer though as pests enter through many different ways.
It is important to recycle all card board materials and other paper products. Take out garbage on a routine basis. Make sure that doors and windows are sealed properly, vent screens are tight in both the attic and crawl space areas. Moisture issues attract a variety of pests and should also be addressed.
When the numbers build to a point that you notice them, it’s time to get treatment. Same goes if you are bothered by a specific pest, like any yellow jacket or wasp activity. For example, one or two ants is not a reason to panic, but seeing lines of ants or ones in different places is a reason to consult a professional.
They usually enter from the exterior, so we start with the source of the infestation.
No. Our treatment causes no disruption to your health, machinery or property.
You could find dead ants for a period of time, if that was your infestation problem. Otherwise our goal is to control your specific issues without leaving any trace of the infestation or its treatment.
Sometimes we do ask you to leave for a period of time. Other times you do not have to leave. This is all specific to the site and pest.
Usually Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5 pm. For after-hour requests, we will work with you to find the best time.
This is pest specific. We can give you a bid for your specific situation.
We take cash, check, Visa, MasterCard and Discover Card. We can invoice you.
Some pest control issues are habitual, and due to our climate or the environment you live in. Preventive pest control might be necessary for recurring issues.
All Pest Control Technician are required to be licensed through the Agriculture Department and must take continuing education classes to maintain their license. We also provide in house training for our Technicians.
That depends on the specific pest issue. Call our office for more information.
Our Dedication to the Enviroment
Our objective is to leave little or no impact on the environment. If there is a non-product approach that we can use to solve a particular problem we do so. This concept is called Integrated Pest Management or IPM. IPM is the ecosystem-based strategy that focuses on long-term prevention of pests through a combination of practices such as biological control, habitat manipulation, and modification of cultural practices and the use of resistant varieties.
In our community we see a variety of pest problems.
The primary pest issues which customers contact us about are listed on our Bug Library page.