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Are Pests Bothering Your Tenants This Winter?
Your rental property looks particularly inviting to pests in the winter. Find out what you and your tenants can do to keep them out from the pest control experts at Scherzinger.
Rent to People, Not Cockroaches: What Property Managers Should Know
As a property manager there are a lot of less than pleasant situations you have to deal with. However, few of them provoke the same full body shudder as the obvious signs of a pest infestation. Unfortunately, there are plenty of pests you may encounter in your rental properties including termites, mice, bed bugs, and cockroaches. While none of these visitors are welcome residents, few have the notorious reputation of cockroaches. As a property manager, here’s what you should know about roaches and how you can prevent them from moving in.
Pest Control for Property Managers
Property managers – whether managing one income property or an entire apartment complex – must be ever vigilant in their pest control measures. Having a variety of residents with varying hygienic habits can quickly create an environment where cockroaches, mice, bed bugs and other pests will thrive. Here are some tips for keeping rental properties free from pests.
Don’t Overlook Termite Control for Your Rental Properties
Termites aren’t paying the rent so evict them as soon as you discover them. Every year, termites cause approximately $5 billion in damage to both homeowners and business structures. Anyone who owns a wood structure worries about termites – however, all structures are vulnerable. Termites can exist in your home or yard without you being aware of it. And because there are more than 40 different species in the U.S. alone, identifying termites can be tricky.