While tenants might be responsible for pest control within their own leased premises, property managers are responsible for keeping common areas free of pests. They should also move quickly to address pest issues in unoccupied and recently-vacated apartments, since the sight of a cockroach or rat is sure to factor into prospective tenants’ decision making processes.
Our specialists will thoroughly inspect your property to determine the types of pests that are causing problems, and how and where they are gaining access to your property. We work closely with our customers to develop a pest management plan that consists of eliminating immediate problems, applying regular treatments, and monitoring to make sure the pests stay away. We have helped Orlando apartment complexes and buildings with pests such as:
- Cockroaches and palmetto bugs
- Bed bugs
- Rats and mice
- Raccoons, skunks, and other large critters
Flies are an unsightly nuisance, and their presence often creates an impression that a business lacks cleanliness. They can also carry diseases that threaten tenants’ health. In an apartment complex or building, flies, mosquitoes, bees, and other flying insects can render outdoor common areas nearly unusable.
Our technicians can work with you to develop a plan for dealing with flies, which might include treatments to eliminate larvae and cut them off from breeding areas, as well as the use of electronic devices to control adult flies. We use a device called fly lights; Once a fly enters the device, it becomes trapped on adhesive pads placed near the bulbs. The devices have ranges of more than one thousand square feet, making them very effective at clearing common areas.
Common areas are a key feature that attracts tenants to many apartment complexes and buildings in Orlando, so keeping them looking green and healthy should be a top priority for any property manager. Our team of lawn care specialists can inspect your shrubs, bushes, and grass to identify your specific needs. We will work with you to create a customized lawn and grounds management plan, including regularly-scheduled maintenance and ongoing fertilizer treatments to keep everything looking vibrant year-round.
Tenants in an apartment building or complex rely on property management to keep the main plumbing system, especially the drainage system, working smoothly and efficiently. Blockages in the drainage system mean that tenants cannot take showers, wash their dishes, brush their teeth, or use the toilet. These will not be happy tenants. With our Drain Line Management Program, property managers can take affirmative steps to keep drainage lines clear.
ABC helps bring our customers into compliance with following inspections and standards: AIB, SQF, Silliker, NSF, BRC and ISO 22000.
Residential property management requires a wide range of skills, and we make sure that our technicians are highly trained in meeting the needs of your industry.
We will work with you to create a service plan that meets your specific needs on an ongoing basis, and we take pride and making you a partner in carrying out that service plan. In addition to our ongoing input and feedback, you will receive a Material Data Safety (MDS) sheet and manufacturer’s label for every pest control or fertilizer product we use on your property.