We offer both pest control and termite services. Please use the links below to learn more.
From food processing facilities to day care centers, Hoffman’s can customize a program that fits your specific need. Our extensive client list shows the experience we have handling the most common or the most specialized commercial facilities. We will be happy to visit your facility and provide you with a free evaluation of your current pest control program. In addition, Hoffman’s will prepare a free, no hassle presentation of how we can improve your service. Please, call us Today!
Roaches, Mice and Ants
It doesn’t matter what is bugging you, Hoffman’s can provide customized solutions for your commercial property. We will use the latest hand held technology to ensure your business is inspected and treated properly. Our people are licensed by the state and we have an “on staff” Entomologist to tackle even the toughest of pest problems. Give us a try, we won’t let you down.
Rodent control is our specialty!
Just ask our current clients about the ease of preparing for any inspection with documentation provided by the latest hand held computer technology. All these reports are fast, accurate and up to date. They are prepared on site for any inspector to review.
Commercial and Industrial Pest Control
- ASI inspection and treatment.
- AIB inspection and treatment.
- Food quality sanitation inspection and treatment.
- FDA compliance service and treatment.
- All related commercial and industrial interior and exterior pest control services.
Did you know that termites can do more damage to homes and structures than all major storms, floods, and fires combined?
However, you can protect your “Single Biggest Investment” with an inspection and treatment by a reputable company.
One that is knowledgeable and up to date on the new technology that can reduce and control termite infestation both in and around your home. A company like Hoffman’s Exterminating.
Termite control has become a precise and technical business, and although there still are many companies out there willing to risk your home for their inexperience, we at Hoffman’s Exterminating treat your home as if it were our own. Since our business has always been built by “word of mouth” advertising, one unhappy customer will cost us not just your business, but all those that you would have referred us to.
Although termites are by far the most destructive pest in this area, there are many others that can cause both damage and a financial loss to your property. Here is a short list of some of those pests and their potential damage.
- Monitoring, baiting, and service programs.
- Pre-construction termite treatment.
- Soil treatments.
- Wood treatments.
- FHA, VA Conventional and Fannie Mae Inspection and Service
If you have any questions, please call the office or click the link below to submit a request for a friendly representative to contact you.
Most inspectors are interested in what your facility looks like and how your preventative pest control service is managed. The stations will tell the story as far as cleanliness, bait freshness, proper dating etc. After a physical inspection there is still the question of how well is your program being managed? A successful program can be summed up in one word:
When an inspector looks at the facility log book, first impressions are critical. It should be kept in a handy spot and readily available. It should be neat and well organized so the inspector can find what they are looking for quickly. Reports must be in order by date and extremely legible. A plot plan should also accompany the log book and bait stations should be numbered and accurately placed. Keeping in mind the importances of documentation, the best managed programs are usually ones that utilize the latest in hand held technology. At Hoffman’s, we’ve invested the time and money to make this new technology available today. Our technicians are equipped with scanners and on site printers. You can be assured that all your bait stations are inspected when they’re scheduled to be inspected. A legible report is printed and then all the information is down loaded into a data base.