Property Services Unlimited
Cleaning Services
Restoration & Remediation

Pest
Control

Why Us

Why Property Services Unlimited For Your Pest Control

We offer complete pest control here in the Waikato region to help get rid of unwanted pests in your home or office.

If you have sighted Flies, Cockroaches, Ants, Rats, Mosquitoes, Stink bugs, Termites in your business or residence we can help. Contact us today if you are concerned you have a potential pest control problem.

How We Work Together

Our operations managers have been working with us for over 10 years, and in the industry even longer.
While we have the experience, we also ensure we have the processes.

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Who We’ve Helped

At Property Services Unlimited We Cover

  • Hospitals, Markets ,Food Outlets, Motels, Hotels, Hostels, Bars, Hotels, Function Centres, Retirement Villages, Homes, Schools, Childrecare Centres, Food Manufacturers and Food Processing.
  • Inspection is our first step to determine where the pest problem is coming from.
  • One of the largest ‘at risk’ industry for pest control is the food industry. Working with clients we will investigate your site, recommend the appropriate course of action and chemicals that will not damage your health or environment, only targeting the identified pest and remove it.

If Not Identified Correctly?

What can happen?

  • Irresponsible or inaccurate use of pesticides may present a hazard to technicians, site staff and members of the general public, as well as to the environment through contamination of water, damage to plants and the effect on non-target species of animals.

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Prevention & Reduction

Environmental Management & Pesticide Reduction

  • There should be an increased reliance on environmental management and inspection of the site to reduce the attraction to pests.
  • Pest management programs should aim to reduce the use of pesticides, particularly outdoors, by enhanced prevention programs based on proofing and hygiene.
  • For example, reliance on toxic rodent baits outdoors as a permanent indicator of rat activity is no longer acceptable.
  • Knowledge of the site, its history and potential for infestation through regular and thorough inspections will replace perimeter baiting as the first line of defense. Pest Awareness and Staff Training should be given appropriate to the personnel concerned.
  • As a minimum all departmental personnel should be aware of the pests that they are likely to encounter in their part of the process and the importance of pest prevention. Particular attention should be given to incoming goods such as raw materials or packaging.

psu-pest-control-who-we-helped.png

Who We’ve Helped

At Property Services Unlimited We Cover

  • Hospitals, Markets ,Food Outlets, Motels, Hotels, Hostels, Bars, Hotels, Function Centres, Retirement Villages, Homes, Schools, Childrecare Centres, Food Manufacturers and Food Processing.
  • Inspection is our first step to determine where the pest problem is coming from.
  • One of the largest ‘at risk’ industry for pest control is the food industry. Working with clients we will investigate your site, recommend the appropriate course of action and chemicals that will not damage your health or environment, only targeting the identified pest and remove it.

If Not Identified Correctly?

What can happen?

  • Irresponsible or inaccurate use of pesticides may present a hazard to technicians, site staff and members of the general public, as well as to the environment through contamination of water, damage to plants and the effect on non-target species of animals.

psu-pest-have-a-plan.png

Prevention & Reduction

Environmental Management & Pesticide Reduction

  • There should be an increased reliance on environmental management and inspection of the site to reduce the attraction to pests.
  • Pest management programs should aim to reduce the use of pesticides, particularly outdoors, by enhanced prevention programs based on proofing and hygiene.
  • For example, reliance on toxic rodent baits outdoors as a permanent indicator of rat activity is no longer acceptable.
  • Knowledge of the site, its history and potential for infestation through regular and thorough inspections will replace perimeter baiting as the first line of defense. Pest Awareness and Staff Training should be given appropriate to the personnel concerned.
  • As a minimum all departmental personnel should be aware of the pests that they are likely to encounter in their part of the process and the importance of pest prevention. Particular attention should be given to incoming goods such as raw materials or packaging.

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green staff

Our cleaning contractors are the cleanest and greenest in Hamilton.