Infestations that affect government buildings will likely need to be controlled as soon as possible. If the building has become infested with termites or roaches, then the reputation of that particular government department may be at stake. Termites can eat away at wood foundations. The end result may be structural damage that could put workers at risk. Roaches, on the other hand, carry many different diseases and can be extraordinarily hard to eradicate. At Worldwide, we can eliminate infestations in both single-story buildings and towering skyscrapers

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Government buildings are especially susceptible to bees, wasps, and mosquitoes. In warmer climates, mosquitoes can breed in areas of standing water rather quickly. Bees and wasps likewise build hives in larger warehouse areas where they will at first not be noticed. At Worldwide, we can quickly determine the location of the hives. With high-tech fumigation techniques, the bees can be removed from the facility within only a few hours.

Because government buildings often have vacant areas within them, the structures can also become infested with larger animals. Skunks, squirrels, and raccoons are always looking for covered places where they can build dens. Mice and rats are also fairly common. Worldwide uses a number of sophisticated methods to remove these creatures. In some cases, catch-and-release traps may even be used. Once the critters have been eradicated from the building, our exterminators may initiate a series of follow-up treatments to ensure that the animals do not return.

In nearly all cases, we will examine the ground first to gauge the severity of the infestation. Small-scale problems can be resolved with light integrated techniques. Heavy infestations, on the other hand, may require a comprehensive approach. Individuals who have been charged with maintaining the integrity of a government building should call Worldwide for a free quote. Worldwide pest proudly works with local, state and federal government buildings, as well as US Armed Forces facilities.