Commercial Pest Control


Guests and residents deserve a safe and comfortable place to stay while they are home or away from home.  Bed Bugs are on the rise in Columbus and the surrounding areas. Roaches, spiders, and even ants can drive away guests and residents. Don’t let an encounter with a pest at your hospitality or rental property ruin a stay, leaving them with a negative impression of your brand.  Don’t let a pest control issue ruin your business or your reputation.

Consequences Of Pest Infestations in Your Hotel or Rental Property

  • Complaints online – Online reviews have become increasingly important to guests’ and residents’ decision making process. Don’t let improper pest control be something your guests/residents are sharing through social media.
  • Temporary closings – If an infestation goes untreated for long enough, hotels and apartment complexes may face temporary closing and lost revenue due to the loss of business.
  • Damage to brand – Pest infestations can lead to the damage of reputation and to the national/global brand.

Our goal is to protect your name, reputation, and bottom line. If pro-active pest control measures are not in place, pest infestations will arise that can severely damage your business. TLC will be your best defense of your hospitality or rental property.  We specialize in stopping pests in their tracks. We use Integrated Pest Management (IPM) into your current processes, treat the source of the pest control problem, control issues, and prevent re-occurring issues.


TLC will implement an integrated pest management program designed for your business’s specific needs and situation

We know that the sight of a bed bug, roach, ant, or any other pest can mean loss of business or qualified employees for you. Protecting your commercial property or business from pests is not only important for the business and facility itself, but it’s important for the health and welfare of your team members.


Employers Should Know: OSHA has a statutory provision known as the “general duty clause” that requires employers to maintain a workplace that is “free from recognized hazards”. In addition, under the Health and Safety Act regulations, employers have to take every “reasonable” precaution to protect the Health and safety of their workers. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) all consider bed bugs and other pests a public health issue.

From restaurants, gyms, and office buildings to industrial plants and waiting rooms, TLC provides Integrated Pest Management (IPM) into your current processes, treats the source of the pest control problem, controls issues and prevents re-occurring issues.

To schedule an inspection with a hospitality pest control expert, please contact Harry and Shannon at 614-604-9992.