After an extensive research in the pest control market aiming to set new standards and services. We are proudly providing high quality of pest management services to residential & commercial sectors. We are following the latest and most practical pest control technologies. Our pest management plans relay on environmental-friendly pest control/proofing strategies.



Providing pest-free environment is our priority. Our trained pest’s experts performs the service
according to the following steps:

– Client discussion
Pest control starts with discussing with the client their pests concerns and previous infestations.

– Inspection
Mena Shield’s technicians evaluate the status of the facility, current infestations, sources of
pests, access points and conductive conditions.

– Pest identification
Our specialized entomology experts work with our professional field technicians to identify
pests in order to determine its source and implement the best control methods. Pests related to
the same family but different species usually show different behaviors. Each pest has its own
control methods.

– Treatment
We develop a specific pest control plan based facility’s inspection using the IPM approach.
Safest methods come first.

– Evaluation
Service reports are analyzed periodically to obtain pest’s trend analysis and assess our control

– Monitor and follow-up
Mena Shield’s professional technicians and supervisors follow up to keep on increasing pest
prevention, replace any damaged traps/devices and solve pests issues immediately.



Common Pests

Pests are living organisms that imposes burdens to humans by causing:

1. Damages to crop plants and livestock.
2. Annoyance, injury and death to humans and domesticated animals.
3. Destruction or value depreciation of stored products.


Rats and mice can be major public pests to wide range of industries. Norway rat,
roof rat and house mouse are the most common rodents that live in close associations
to humans. These rodents not only have the potential to be annoying and to cause
structural damage, but they also threaten humans’ health.


Flies are one of the most common disease carrier pests. Many species are collectively
called filth flies, because of their association with potentially contaminated
substrates, such as food wastes, faeces, animal manures and carrion.


Cockroaches contaminate vast quantities of materials each year and are potential
carriers of diseases. Cockroaches feed from sewers, drains and garbage areas which
bring them in contact with a variety of pathogens including salmonella, typhoid,
hepatitis and tuberculosis.


Ants are cosmopolitan pests that inhabit residential and commercial buildings. They
have the potential to mechanically transmit diseases. Their propensity to breach
sterile packaging, feed on wounds, and extensively infest large buildings makes
them a public health risk.

Bed Bugs

Residential buildings and hotels are particularly vulnerable to bed bug problems
because of the high-density human populations. Each person is a potential source of
bed bugs hitchhiking on personal belongings. Bed bugs poses high risk to hotels
through causing allergies, carrying diseases, and damaging business’s reputation.

Stored Product Insects

Stored Product Insects are a huge group of pests such as beetles and moths. They are
responsible for the contamination and the destruction of food and goods every year.
The presence of pests -dead or alive- poses significant health risks. Regardless of the
infestation’s size, a pest problem is not a situation to be taken lightly.