Negative Health Inspection Can Ruin Your Business

 In Pest Control

If you own a commercial enterprise in the Toronto area, especially a restaurant or other dining facility, you are probably already aware of the serious consequences that a negative report from a Toronto Public Health Food Premises Inspection can have. And, if the reason for the poor report was a pest control issue, it can be a public relations nightmare. Even if you immediately get the problem with pests under control, it is very difficult to shake the public image that your establishment has a pest control problem. That is why the best line of defense against such difficulties is to stop a pest control problem before it ever arises.


However, pest control in areas where food is stored and prepared can prove problematic for two reasons. First, pests are drawn to food. Secondly, you do not want any chemical pesticides to come into direct contact with food products that will be consumed by your customers. Many commercial businesses thus find themselves in a catch-22 of sorts. However, there is a workable solution to your dilemma in integrated pest management (IPM) that can give you a pest free business with minimal use of chemical pesticides.


IPM is a proactive approach to pest control that incorporates improved sanitation and structural modifications to reduce the attractiveness of your business to pests. Utilizing these means, chemical pesticides can be applied in minimal amounts when necessary to control pests without creating a harmful situation for your customers. Since pest control is vital to your commercial success, it makes sense to invest in a method that will prevent the problem in the first place. If you’re searching for commercial pest control in Toronto, call GreenLeaf Pest Control for a tailor-made IPM plan for your business.


Commercial Pest Control Toronto – GreenLeaf Pest Control specializes in environmentally friendly commercial pest control in Toronto by focusing on changing and educating the way people perceive pest control today. Our mission is to provide an effective, proactive program that is preventive in approach and uses Integrated Pest Management (IPM) and our very own Environmental Pest Management (EPM) solutions. To learn more about GreenLeaf, call 416.998.9473, email, or visit

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