Commercial Institutions


Institutions Overview

Problems Faced
Problems Probable Areas for Infestation Reason
Termite Total Building For Searching of Food
Rodents All the peripheral areas and peripheral inside For searching of Food and Shelter
Cockroach Drains, Manholes, Sanitary Pipelines, Inside the Flats (for individual contracts) For searching of Foods and Shelter and Breeding Areas
Mosquito All the Greens, Pool Side, Lobby, Entry Gate, and Inside of flat Woner’s Flat Lots of Greenery for Shelter, Water for Breeding, Open Entry Points which are not possible to keep close all the time because of the guest movements
Bed - Bug Labour Hut/Quarters Cross infestation by Labour, Staff, Improper Service and Maintenance

Pests in and around offices can cause great distress for all concerned employees and visitors. Especially in the subtropics and tropic climates of India, pests pose an additional health risk, by transmitting diseases. Pests like rats and mice, can cause substantial damages to electronic fittings, computer equipment and cables being particularly at risk from the gnawing of rodents. Truly protocols are designed to protect your office from pest menace and maintain uninterrupted hygiene.

Schools & Colleges

It is an imperative task of all educational facilities to provide their students and staff with a clean, safe and hygienic environment in which to work and study. Central to this task lies a pest management program that will detect, control and monitor any possible pest infestation with speed, discretion and efficiency. At Truly we have devised protocols tailored to the specific pest management, safety and audit requirements of schools.


A variety of insects and other pests attack binding materials, adhesives, and other substances in library and archival collections. Since some insects are attracted to the tight, dark places that abound in storage areas, and since many materials are handled infrequently, insects and other pests may do significant damage before they are discovered. Silverfish, firebrats, psocids (also called booklice), and cockroaches are among the most common library pests. Preservation professionals increasingly recommend a strategy called integrated pest management (IPM). This approach relies primarily on non-chemical means (such as controlling climate, food sources, and building entry points) to prevent and manage pest infestation. Chemical treatments are used only in a crisis situation threatening rapid losses or when pests fail to succumb to more conservative methods. We at Truly have defined protocols to combat pest management in libraries keeping in consideration health and hygiene factor.


Educational facilities seeks to provide their students, professors, research scholars, staff etc. with a clean, safe and hygienic environment in which to study, work and research. At Truly our pest management protocols are designed scientifically so as to detect, control and monitor any possible pest infestation with speed, discretion and efficiency. 

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