It is your job to take care of patients. You tend to their needs, help them with their problems and nurse them back to health. What happens, though, when you are part of the problem? What do you do when bed bugs take over your facility and they start attacking your patients?
Do you shut the entire facility down so you can spray pesticides all over? Where would the patients go?
If you choose the standard inspection method, this is exactly what you will have to do. A pest control company will come in and treat the entire facility. Since human eyes cannot properly detect bed bugs, they will be forced to treat every inch of your hospital or clinic. No bed, corner or crevice will be left untouched.
You will have to put a great deal of preparation into the treatment process, and you will have to move patients. You will have to make sure no one is exposed to the treatment, and you will have to make sure your equipment is not ruined during the treatment process.
You don’t have to go through the hassle. There is an easier way to inspect for bed bugs. If you want to keep your facility running, use Loyal Termite & Pest Control. That way, you can continue to serve your patients, even during the bed bug treatment process. Loyal Termite & Pest Control will reduce the area of treatment, so you will save time, money and your supplies.
Loyal Termite & Pest Control provides the affordable and effective bed bug solution. Unlike the traditional methods that require people to shut down the entire facility, we will find the source of the problem so it can be treated. If the bugs are only in one room, our dogs will find them. If they are in several rooms, our dogs will alert us and let us know which rooms are infested.
With Loyal Termite & Pest Control, everyone will be protected. Your facility will be able to stay open. Your patients will get the care they need, and you will not have to worry about lawsuits or complaints.
Don’t ruin your reputation by having bed bugs. Contact the canine unit at Loyal Termite & Pest Control so you can eliminate the bugs and provide a safe environment for your patients and staff.
Your patients are counting on you. Don’t let them down by having bed bugs. They should be able to go to your facility and get the care they need. If they are dealing with bed bugs, they will not trust your facility.
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