About AmCan Products
North American Supplier for Commercial Bed Bug Products
If you own a business, you know how critical it is to protect your investment – your livelihood – from pests. From maintaining a positive reputation to increasing your revenue, your customers are at the heart of what you do. According to the National Pest Management Association, bed bug related calls are up 71 percent1. Furthermore, A 2013 survey by the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) and the University of Kentucky, found that 99.6 percent of US pest control agencies encountered bed bug infestations in the past year and that infestations have increased in the majority of locations in which pest professionals typically treat for bed bugs.
Therefore preventing pest infestations and practicing proper pest control in your business is a must.
Preventative & Corrective Pest Control Treatment is Key
Bed bugs do not discriminate. They congregate in habitat-infested settings where they can travel easily. Hotels, cruises, dormitories, or senior residences are all breeding grounds for these traveling pests. The sooner you address the problem, the sooner you can rid your business of a more serious pest infestation. AmCan is a leader in the field of non-toxic, environmentally safe prevention and corrective products.
AmCan provides hoteliers, property management companies, shelters, senior residences, student residences, cruise ships, manufacturing facilities and hospitals with the most technologically advanced, commercial, non-toxic & environmentally friendly pest control products on the market. Our bed bug covers and encasements, detection and prevention products such as Night Watch bed bug monitors, Vapor Dry Steam Cleaning and new Hot House Heat Chambers will enable your staff to eradicate bed bugs and pests quickly and discretely.
Call: For an ‘over-the-telephone’ assessment or to learn more call 1 877-411-0053
Online: submit an inquiry online.
1 – An American agency, the National Pest Management Association, has reported a 71 per cent increase in bed bug related calls in the United States from 2000 to 2005.