There’s no business in Nevada as vital as its tourism and gaming industries. They bring in billions of dollars to the state every year and create about 2,500 new job opportunities every year. Unfortunately, a variety of pests have the potential to seriously impact this industry and could threaten the jobs of nearly everyone involved. If you are a Nevada-based tourism business owner, you need to fully understand what kind of pests to expect and how they can negatively impacdt your business.
What Pests Threaten The Industry?
Nevada is home to a wide variety of pests, including scorpions, snakes, cockroaches, rats, mice, ants, ticks, and even termites. All of these vermin will be more than happy to invade a Nevada tourist business and hide away in spots that you simply won’t be able to find them.
For example, don’t be surprised if you suddenly find signs of termite in your basement or ants hiding out in your kitchen. You might even run into a fleeing snake escaping baggage storage chasing a mouse. These pests are a serious danger to your business health.
Why Are They So Problematic?
Hospitality and comfort are a big part of the success of Nevada’s tourism trade, so just imagine how much a hotel’s reputation would decline if a top customer (such as a celebrity or high roller) found their bed covered in bed bugs. Or if a restaurant owner served soup with a cockroach floating inside.
Even worse, imagine the kind of lawsuits that would occur if a casino was invaded by stinging scorpions that attacked the ankles of otherwise happy customers. Or what would happen if your hotel suffered from structural damage caused by burrowing rodents, ants, and termites and your customers were injured.
At first, pests might not seem like a big deal until they are looked at from this perspective, and it is important for you to do something about it as soon as possible.
What Can Be Done?
The scary thing about these pests is that they breed quickly and know how to successfully hide in hard-to-reach areas. Millions of years of evolution have compelled them to master evasion techniques that will stump just about any amateur pest control expert.
That’s why you should call a Las Vegas exterminator right away. They will come into your business discreetly (so as not to alarm your guests and customers), identify pest hiding spots, and root them out. This will give you the peace of mind you deserve as a business owner.