Industries: Grocery

Grocery Pest Control in Utah

We understand the importance of having a pest free environment around food.

That’s why we take a proactive and scientific approach to pest management in grocery stores.


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Grocery Stores

We know a thing or two about protecting grocery stores.

With our strategic approach to pest control, we take every step necessary to ensure your food and supplies are safe. And with our trusted quality of service, you can know we’re available if any issue every arises.

A focused approach to pest control

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Prevention is Key

We proactively prevent the potential for contamination of food.

Keep your products safe with Thorn’s pest control for grocery stores. We provide you with the very best in pest management by providing detailed inspections and inspection reports, monitoring for pest activity, and keeping pests out through exclusion.

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Documentation

We document everything we find and do and provide reports to validate the pest control program.

You know exactly what is happening and don’t have to simply hope we are getting results.

Protect your reputation and your food today.

Detailed Pest Inspections

Thorn professional inspecting for pests under a counter

Inspections are the most important step in pest control in grocery stores but it is often overlooked. True pest professionals can identify conducive conditions and hard to see signs of pest infestations. Thorn professionals are keen observers and will help prevent unsightly pests in a grocery store.

Fly Control

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Flies are a common struggle in grocery stores and patrons do not want to see flies. Good fly control starts with a good assessment and plan from the start. Fly control is much more than putting up a few fly lights and we can help you create a comprehensive fly program.

Rodent Control

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Rodents spread disease, contaminate food, and can ruin your reputation. Rodent control and prevention is a science. The right traps and control measures in the right places is critical. You need a true pest professional who is very knowledgeable about rodent biology, behavior, and control.

Monitoring

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Grocery stores are large and have a lot of places for pests to hide. Being able to inspect every nook and cranny every week can be difficult. Monitors place in strategic locations can be a great tool for us to detect pest infestations early especially in such a large area. Early detection is critical in getting control quickly.


Electronic Rodent Monitors

Know exactly when a rodent is captured.

Electronic rodent monitors are a new technology that let us know the moment a rodent enters a rodent control device allowing us to quickly respond and resolve the issue. Early detection is super important when dealing with rodents. Every grocery store should be utilizing this technology.


We are here to help.

Grocery stores are very attractive to pests. Constant deliveries, lots of hiding places and food make them ideal for pests. We can help protect your store from costly infestations with our scientific pest management approach that gets results.

Our Pest Prevention Programs

  • Detailed inspections
  • We identify the pest vulnerable areas
  • Proactive vs reactive approach
  • Clear and easy to use reporting
  • Specific pest thresholds that trigger additional actions
  • Performed by professionals that know pests and food safety
  • Reduce your stress worrying about pest issues

Getting started is easy:

1. Call, email, or send an online request.

2. A Thorn specialist will perform an on-site assessment and design a custom plan for your specific business and situation.

3. You decide if Thorn is a good fit for your business. No pressure. We are here to help if you need and answer any questions you may have. Choosing the right pest management company is an important decision.

Pricing

Pricing varies widely for grocery stores. It is difficult to give blanket pricing, but certain things will drive the price up or down. Some of these factors are:

  • Size of the facility
  • Condition of the facility
  • Pest pressure and past history
  • General sanitation and storage practices
  • Frequency of services

Grocery store pricing can vary from $125 to $500 per service. 

Training

We provide training to you and your staff on pests and food safety.

We can cover:

  • Sanitation
  • Structural deficiencies
  • Storage practices
  • General training on your specific pest prevention program
  • How to report pest activity
  • How to document corrective actions

Ready if you are.