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Servicing all industrial, commercial, traditional office spaces. Office buildings, Standalone Offices, traditional office, Contiguous Office Space, Co-Working Offices, Serviced Offices, Sublet Office Space, Simple Shed, Warehouses. Office properties are typically divided into three main categories: Class A, Class B and Class C. Whether it is a multi-tenanted building, multiple floors, or facilities, our pest controllers can work through roofs, walls, and floors.

Pests can easily penetrate premises through various entry points such as gaps and cracks on the building's structure. It does not matter on which floor your office is located. Pests can infest even the top floor of a multi-level building. 

If you require Office Pest Control in Sydney, contact our team on (02) 8007 4666.

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    Pest Control Services in Sydney for Commercial Spaces

    Pest control for offices in Sydney is what we do best. We are professionally trained, insured and licensed in all areas of residential and commercial pest extermination.

    We provide eco-friendly pest control office treatments that are child & pet friendly. If you still struggle with pest infestations or if you want a complete pest solution to prevent pests from coming back, call (02) 8007 4666. For any Sydney office pest control needs, book only the masters!

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    Pest control efforts are often being placed toward the bottom of the to-do list, done on a shoestring budget, or even forgotten altogether. However, given the considerable consequences of an infestation, facility managers and supervisors must be prepared to act at the first sign of a pest problem.

    Pests pose serious health and safety threats with the potential to contaminate food, spread dangerous diseases, and cause extensive structural damages to a building.

    To mitigate these threats in an effective and timely manner, facility managers and supervisors should work with a licensed pest management company to develop a comprehensive pest management program consisting of preventive treatments, monitoring, regular inspections, and a set of procedures should the facility face an infestation.

    When developing a pest management program, the office hours of occupants need to be taken into consideration. Even when offices are closed, there may be sensitive areas or areas with limited or no access, impacting the type and success of pest services provided. These areas must be identified and assessed to determine what risk exists if they are not serviced.

    While spotting a cockroach under the bathroom sink in a retail store or rodent droppings in the corner of an office may seem like minuscule issues, a full-blown infestation can develop in the blink of an eye. By not having a proper pest management plan to address problems such as these, facility managers and supervisors put their organisations and occupants at risk.

    For any pest problem, feel free to chat with us or contact us on (02) 8007 4666!

    Preventing Pest Infestations in the Office

    Pest problems in the workplace can cause great distress to your employees and harm the structural integrity of the building. Pest can cause damages to the office furniture, fittings, stock, computer equipment and cables. Besides creating an uncomfortable environment, pests can leave visitors with a bad impression of the property.

    Oftentimes, the prevalence of pests in commercial spaces will depend on various factors, including the location and condition of the building. That said, there are a handful of pests known for being frequent trespassers. Here are the most problematic pests. 

    When dealing with pests in the office, the most difficult thing is because most offices function all day and night, so it can be hard to use the usual pest management procedures. In addition, there is no such option as spraying the insecticide all over the place and waiting for it to do its job.

    Office Pest Control in Sydney

    Pest Control for Sydney Offices

    Simple Ways to Prevent Pests in the Office

    • Keep food in sealed containers and clean dirty dishes at the end of each workday.
    • Ensure trash cans have plastic liners and empty them every night.
    • Refrain from leaving fruit on your desk overnight. Instead, please place it in the refrigerator or bring it home.
    • Keep the workplace as clutter-free as possible. 
    • Store items in cabinets, racks, or bins.
    • Be careful not to overwater plants, which can lead to gnat infestations.
    • If you notice pests at work, inform your supervisor or the building’s management team.

    Common Pests Found in Offices

    Servicing all types of commercial office buildings. Residential Buildings, Educational Buildings, Institutional Buildings, Assembly Buildings, Business Buildings, Mercantile Buildings, Industrial Buildings, Storage Buildings.


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    These insects often enter buildings in search of shelter or food sources, especially sweets and proteins. They are considered social insects, meaning that they live in large colonies of thousands or more. Unfortunately, if one ant is spotted in a facility, there are likely many more within proximity, making this structural pest one of the most difficult to control. Therefore, it is important to pay attention to general sanitation, as dirty food preparation areas and undisposed garbage can attract ants.


    Like ants, if one cockroach is found in a facility, there are likely more nearby. These pests are good travellers and often find their way into commercial structures via shipments containing cardboard boxes. Not only are cockroaches considered a nuisance, but they are also a health and safety concern for facility managers. In fact, cockroaches can spread nearly 33 different kinds of bacteria, such as Salmonella and E. coli, by picking up germs on the spines of their legs and bodies and transporting them onto food or work surfaces. They are also known to cause allergic reactions and trigger exacerbated asthma symptoms through the allergens introduced in their saliva, droppings, and decomposing bodies. The best advice for cockroach control is to practice good sanitation indoors by vacuuming and keeping food preparation areas clean.

    Bed Bugs

    These pests have made a significant resurgence in recent years and continue to cause facility managers and homeowners alike. Although bed bugs are typically thought to be a household pest, they can hitchhike commercial facilities on clothes and personal items. A 2015 survey conducted by the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) and the University of Kentucky found 45% of respondents had been treated for bed bugs in office buildings & coworking spaces in the prior year, while 20% treated infestations in retail stores. Both of these totals are up from the group’s 2013 survey.

    There are various steps that facility managers can, and should, take to prevent bringing bed bugs into their buildings - from eliminating clutter in storage areas to inspecting new inventory while unpacking it. 

    Rat Prevention for office areaRodents

    These pests, such as mice and rats, can enter buildings through openings the size of a dime or quarter, depending on the species. Once inside, they can destroy materials and cause structural damage by gnawing through wallboards, wood, plaster, and electrical wiring.

    Additionally, rodents defecate frequently, and their droppings are a common cause of allergic reactions in humans. Other pests to watch for include fruit flies, gnats, beetles, and moths.


    These are a real annoyance as they freely buzz around facilities, but the truth is that they pose a bigger health threat. Flies spread germs wherever they land, whether on a desk or food preparation source like a countertop. They are responsible for contaminating food and transferring more than 100 pathogens, including Salmonella and tuberculosis.

    Fly control is challenging as their larval development site must be located and eliminated. In addition, trash should be removed frequently and food areas, such as break rooms and cafeterias, are free of food debris.