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KY-KO’s Quality Commitment For Commercial Clients
All technicians are state-certified, courteous, on-time, and professional.
- KY-KO meets industry controls, safety standards, notification requirements, and OSHA laws.
- Targeted treatment programs for commercial buildings and properties
- All products are EPA-registered
- Long-term prevention plan for elevated health inspection scores.
- Log documentation / Communication, including; insurance certification, USDA and FDA reports, sanitation reports, labels of registered pesticides, operation guidelines, notification requirements, MSDS information
- Recommendations provided to prevent re-infestation and improve health inspection scores.
Immediate Control & Prompt Elimination
Pests create immediate dangers for customers, employees, property, and grounds. KY-KO’s professional evaluation yields a strategic plan that can control pests indefinitely. Intense preliminary treatment is followed by on-going service customized for the property.
Working with you, we locate any problem areas and eliminate problems before additional damage or nuisance is caused. Pest are eliminated promptly, surpassing all relevant standards and regulations.
Our courteous technicians will make regular visits, logging any pest occurrences and control measures in a documentation log book for each property. You will have peace of mind knowing your business is protected from pests with a service program backed by knowledgeable, trained professionals.
Pests—including ants, termites, and bed bugs—can pose serious health problems to your tenants and cause damage to your structures. KY-KO technicians are trained to correctly identify invading species and develop a targeted service program that effectively manages the problem. KY-KO technicians understand the biology of pests and how to control your environment to prevent re-infestations.
KY-KO technicians understands construction professionals, providing them with a service they can trust to eradicate problem pests and safeguard their workers and job site. Our fully trained pest control technicians will regularly monitor pest activity and take any steps needed to prevent and exterminate pests, providing you with a written log of their findings.
Assisted Living & Health Care Facilities
All KY-KO Service Technicians are specifically trained to service healthcare facilities, giving you peace of mind as they go about their tasks while respecting the privacy and dignity of your clients. Our trained professionals will work with you to develop a customized program designed to ensure that your pest management and state regulatory requirements are met or exceeded.
Schools & Childcare facilities
KY-KO technicians care about protecting children and adults in public and private buildings, which means practicing reduced-risk common sense pest management. Though pests reside outdoors, they eventually make their way toward an internal environment, triggering allergic responses and causing bites and stings that may transfer harmful diseases.
As a NPMA-approved company, KY-KO Pest Prevention is held to a higher standard than other pest control companies, and our services and techniques meet state requirements. Only EPA approved and environmentally conscious products are used.
Distribution and Warehousing Facilities
Pests can quickly ruin stock and disrupt your business. Our experienced technicians will meet with your staff to discuss pest-related facility issues and concerns for effective pest management. They will make regular visits to your location, treating areas to prevent further infestation while working with your staff to educate and inform them on the best ways to prevent pests before they can damage your business.
Restaurant & Lodging Establishments
Hospitality establishments pose a unique series of ongoing pest challenges. KY-KO Pest Prevention will work with you to customize a pest management program that will enable you to maintain your quality standards while minimizing the impact on your business.
From common pests to bed bugs, our technicians are trained to correctly identify and manage the various pest species that can infest public lodging facilities and potentially cause harm to your business and reputation. They will work with you to isolate any pest trouble spots, develop a service program to help prevent pests from returning, and educate you about the specific pest issues in your facility.
On the initial visit to the site, a thorough inspection is conducted and documented on our Integrated Pest Management (IPM) inspection forms. This allows us to determine which pests are present and which parts of rooms are likely harborage areas, resource sites, sanitation problems, possible re-infestation sources, and health concerns of any sensitive occupants.
Based on the initial inspection, a comprehensive pest control program is devised for the site. The treatment program is devised using EPA registered pesticides in the most effective and appropriate formulations dictated by our IPM inspection and evaluation. These applications may include baits, traps, crack and crevice procedures, flushing agents, Insect Growth Regulators (IGR’s) and/or residual treatments. The number and type of monitoring stations are determined as well as the intervals for checking the stations for pest activity. Recommendations for the elimination or alleviation of resources are determined.
A follow-up visit, if appropriate, may include an occupants’ meeting to educate about conditions that promote pest problems and how these conditions can be mitigated. We also provide information as to the types of treatments to be provided. If appropriate, meetings with site managers and housekeeping personnel may be arranged in order to make any recommendations determined above, and / or to review our program with them.
Monitoring stations are inspected on a regular basis for any pest activity. In addition to monitoring stations. Our technicians are thoroughly trained to look for evidence of pest activity such as damage, fecal deposits, trails, active harborage sites, and potential re-infestation. Pest activity is documented in a comprehensive site history file as the program is continually updated and communicated to our field technicians.