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Paula Alves

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70% of U.S. households have a pet. This is a significant fraction of the residential market, indicating that, to find and keep customers, pet safety will need to become a priority for many pest control and landscaping businesses. While strides have been made to make insecticides less harmful for both humans and pets, it’s still an industry-wide challenge to provide both highly effective and pet-friendly pest control. Pet owners can also feel the effects of…

Expanding eligibility, accessibility, and availability of COVID-19 vaccines has enabled the reopening of many businesses and ushered in what is widely being dubbed “the new normal.” When the pandemic was at its peak, businesses faced unprecedented challenges and new safety protocols that forced changes in operations and service. As a result, many businesses have observed an undeniable shift in customer expectations in regards to how service is carried out. As we look to the future,…

The company you keep can have a significant impact on how your business operates, and that doesn’t just apply to who you hire and work with internally. Choosing to partner with the right suppliers and vendors can help your pest control company save on core business expenses, including the chemicals and materials that you use every day. Thinking of the broader opportunities a partnership can provide is essential when considering who you do business with.…

Your customers are more connected to technology than ever before, and that means their expectations for your business have shifted to include the use of current technology to provide them with more efficient service. The use of technology in the field not only builds your customers’ confidence in your business, but also gives you the flexibility to run your business the way you want to. As a result, virtually every industry with employees in the…

As a pest control professional, you know how easy life can be for rodents once they find their way inside a man-made structure. With shelter from the elements, protection from predators, and easy access to food, human homes and buildings are all too attractive to rats, mice, and other pests. Your customers rely on your technicians to be the barrier between their spaces and rodent invaders, but the job can be easier said than done…