Top Pest Control Concerns for Property Managers with Diversifying Portfolios
These days, commercial property portfolios are more diversified than ever. Due to a new tenant mix and their varied demands, property managers are presented with a variety of new concerns — beyond broken elevators and parking concerns. In fact, it’s not uncommon for commercial portfolios to include everything from hotels to retail and restaurants to food distribution warehouses. Each of these tenants bring a unique perspective on commercial space specifications and maintenance.
Going beyond the traditional office space requires a new look at building systems, operations and services, including pest control. Differences in tenant expectations, challenges and business metrics can significantly impact your maintenance strategy, so it’s important to be adaptive based on the perspectives of all tenants that occupy your space. And some tenants come with specialized regulatory environments or have product that ups the pest pressure in the building.
We’ve compiled a list of top concerns within the most common industry segments, along with the pest control implications you need to consider to help satisfy your tenants’ unique needs.