It is an effective way to keep your workplace sanitary, which avoids the risk of a business being forced to shut down and, most importantly, helps keep the customers safe and happy.
(PRWEB) October 10, 2012
Adams Pest Control, providing both commercial and domestic pest control services to the Melbourne, Geelong and Adelaide regions for more than 65 years, announced that it is introducing Baitsafe, a safe and effective new product for rodent control made by the MakeSafe Pty. Ltd., to its long and trusted list of products and services.
"Rats and mice are a major health hazard, both in private homes and businesses, especially those within the hospitality industry," said Peter Taylor, director of Adams Pest Control. "Not all rat poisons and baits are a smart form of prevention or control, as rats can often carry baits that are not secured in place, which puts the people and the environment at risk."
Though Adams Pest Control offers regular checks for all commercial businesses to help stop pest control problems before they start, there is always the risk that large infestations can start at any time and can soon get out of control. DIY baits and store-bought rat poisons are not the best solution, as they endanger customers and the environment.
That problem is about to change.
According to MakeSafe Pty. Ltd., the makers of Baitsafe, this is a pest control product unlike any other.
"We jumped on the opportunity to include Baitsafe in our services because it is an effective way to keep your workplace sanitary, which avoids the risk of a business being forced to shut down and, most importantly, helps keep the customers safe and happy," said Mr Taylor.
Baitsafe is already an award-winning product and has been classed as the "Next Generation" in rodent baiting. This is largely due to its ability to address the dangers of baiting and the harm regular baits causes to the environment.
What sets it apart from other “run of the mill” pest control products is its unique locking mechanism. This works to prevent any accidental opening of the bait station and subsequently denies any access to the poisons within. In fact, the only way to open a Baitsafe station is to use the small “pin” or “spike.” This is the device used to fasten the bait to the bottom of the trap, which stops mice and other rodents from moving it from its original position.
Designed for maximum adaptability, the Baitsafe product can be fitted to ceilings and eves or between subfloors and wall cavities. It only requires a 90mm hole and has been designed to sit flat so it doesn’t draw attention from guests or customers. To help reduce visibility even further, it’s recommended that you paint the device to match your existing room colours.
"Customers would never even have to know it's there," said Mr Taylor. "At the end of the day, we want our customers to be safe and happy, and we want our customers' customers to be safe and happy, all while doing our part for the environment. Adding Baitsafe to our products was a logical decision. We are always looking for the newest and most innovative products that will allow us to give our customers the service that they deserve."
Adams Pest Control is an Australian company with more than 65 years of experience in commercial, industrial and domestic pest control. Adams Pest Control is a family company that is now in its second generation.
Adams Pest Control is located in Victoria and Adelaide, reachable on 1300 933 789 and http://www.adamspestcontrol.com.au.