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Restaurants face many challenges when it comes to maintaining a pest-free environment, including sanitation, staff training, and the sheer abundance of food. The last thing any customer should see while dining in a restaurant is a bug or pest. Controlling pests in your restaurant is vital to your reputation, and we understand how important your reputation is. Griffin Pest Solutions will work with you and customize a program that suits your needs. With over 80 years of experience, we know how to solve even the toughest pest problem.

When our technicians treat infestations at restaurants, they look to several key areas that are trouble points in the food and beverage industry. You can help prevent pest problems and keep an infestation at bay with best practices in the following areas:

Entrances and Exits – Minimize the amount of time windows and doors are kept open. This might seem obvious, but it can be tempting to let outdoor air cool your restaurant in the summer and establish an open, welcoming atmosphere for your guests. Remember that every second your restaurant is exposed to the outdoors is an invitation for pests to enter.

Waste Areas – Disposing of garbage improperly can attract pests to your outdoor waste areas. Tightly seal garbage bags and rinse out materials to be recycled (like aluminum cans and plastic jugs) before disposing of them.

Cleaning Supplies – Properly dry out mops before storing them. Leaving mops moist creates a breeding ground for pests and mold.

Documentation & Reporting

During inspections and treatments, our pest control professionals electronically record signs, levels, types and locations of pest activity, along with the treatment technique and products used. This data is collected and analyzed continuously to determine trends and identify priority areas. All captured data is available to you and your staff through our secure website.

Quick and Easy Centralized Contact Center

Call our convenient toll-free number for a quick response from technical and support personnel. Our Customer Service Agents are trained and certified in pest management through the Michigan Department of Agriculture, Purdue University extension courses, and various best practices. We recognize the importance of speaking your language and have assembled a first-class team of responders at all levels of our organization.