Bedbugs, cockroaches, and rodents are just three examples of the numerous pests that can attack items in a self-storage facility. That would be very bad for business, since few people would rent storage facilities with a reputation for pest attacks. Here are some of the measures you can use to keep the pests at bay: Seal Your Units Tightly Some pests, such as bedbugs
- You may be encountering problems with the king of urban pests, the city rat. You may also be having issues with its cousin, the gray squirrel, often referred to as the tree rat by disgruntled homeowners. Former residents of the city, such as raccoons and opossums, may be encroaching onto your property (we actually encroached upon their property originally), as suburbs
- Bed bugs are masters at hiding. When they are not looking for a meal, they stay out of sight, hiding in cracks, behind pictures, behind electrical plates, and even behind wall treatments. Their elusive nature makes it difficult to both identify an infestation and to estimate how many bugs there actually are. While a meticulous inspection may reveal bugs, you better be
- When temperatures drop, people take shelter from the cold. Animals do so as well, particularly that common pest, the mouse. They want a warm and snug place to hang out in during the cold weather, just the way humans do. To prevent housing a sizable mouse population in the coming months, you can take certain precautions to keep them out of the house. Hole Hunt Mice are
- As the winter temperatures give way to thawing for the spring, it's a popular time for insects and other pests to emerge from their winter hideaways. When those pests start looking for a new home, your air conditioning condenser is vulnerable. Since it isn't typically running in the early spring, it serves as a great shelter and residence for them to start nesting in.