Running a food business comes with its set of challenges. One that should not be overlooked is the presence of rodents. 
Feral rats and mice can pose significant threats to your establishment, impacting not only your products and premises, but also the health and safety of your staff and customers. 
1.Health Hazards:
Rodents are notorious carriers of various diseases, posing a serious health risk to anyone exposed to their droppings, urine, or bites. In a commercial food setting, this threat is amplified as contamination of stored goods can occur rapidly. Aderyn Pest Control's expert services, including preventative pest control, are designed to eradicate rodent infestations, ensuring a safe and hygienic environment for both employees and customers.
2.Property Damage:
Rodents, especially rats, are known for their gnawing habits, posing a considerable threat to your business infrastructure. From damaging wood structures to chewing through packaging, the potential for financial loss due to property damage is significant. Aderyn's preventive measures, including humane rodent control, can help safeguard your property, preventing costly repairs and product losses.
3.Staff Wellness:
An infestation of rodents can lead to a decline in staff wellness. Exposure to allergens and contaminants from rodent activity can result in sickness among employees, leading to absences and decreased productivity. Aderyn Pest Control's proactive approach, coupled with commercial pest management strategies, not only addresses existing rodent problems but also prevents future infestations, promoting a healthier and more productive work environment.
4.Customer Experience:
The presence of rodents in a food business can have severe consequences for customer satisfaction and damage your business reputation. 
By partnering with Aderyn Pest Control, your local rodent exterminator, you're investing in a service that ensures a pest-free environment, contributing to a positive and safe experience for your customers, which will keep them coming back for more.
5. Legislation 
It is a legal requirement that a premise is kept free of rats and mice. The Prevention of Damage by Pests Act 1949 requires local authorities to “take such steps as may be necessary to secure so far as practicable that their district is kept free from rats and mice”. The council may therefore enforce against the owner or the occupier of land/building if this legislation is not met. 
Protecting your commercial food business from rodent infestations is not just about adhering to health and safety regulations, it's a crucial aspect of maintaining a successful and reputable establishment. Aderyn offers comprehensive and tailored pest control solutions, providing ongoing support, including preventative pest control, to keep your business rodent-free. Contact us to find out how we can help you today.