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Correctly identifying the pest that has made its way into your facility, store or restaurant is key in determining the correct course of action to take when trying to eliminate them. Fortunately, you don’t have to be an entomologist yourself – CouncilMen IPM can help with that.

To learn more about the pests that commonly invade commercial facilities, select a pest from the list below.

And, when you’re ready to get rid of those pesky critters and protect your business, contact us here for help.


Failure to deal with a rodent problem early may lead to unsafe conditions in your workplace and potential injury or illness to your employees and customers. 


German cockroaches in a commercial environment can spread diseases, contaminate product, scare away customers, and seriously affect your bottom line.


​Comprehensive, strategic bed bug management service provides an aggressive, effective treatment program to ensure brand protection.


Flea bites cause itching and can make living uncomfortable, plus they are known to carry a variety of diseases.


From spreading filth and disease, to irritating bites and rapid reproduction, flying insects can become a larger problem if left untreated at your facility.


A single mosquito can multiply into as many as 400 in just four days.


Although ants aren’t as dangerous as other pests, some are known to carry and spread bacteria wherever they go


Learn about CouncilMen’s IPM bird exclusion plans before a pest bird infestation causes you to fly off the handle.


Infestations will cause contamination of product, mold and unpleasant odors, all of which make the food product unfit for human consumption.


Includes boxelder bugs, centipedes, crickets, earwigs, ladybugs, millipedes, pillbugs, scorpions, silverfish, slugs, springtails and stink bugs, to name a few.

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While most spiders pose little or no danger to people, some species can deliver venomous bites that may cause medical issues. 

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Termites cause billions of dollars in damage each year in the U.S. They primarily feed on wood, but also damage paper, books, insulation, and even swimming pool liners and filtration systems.

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