Spray foam insulation delivers big energy savings for homeowners, but PMPs say it also prevents them from conducting proper termite inspections and identifying moisture leaks. As such, they’re cancelling customer termite warranties, fearing a replay of the EIFS fiasco that cost the industry millions.
Are non-solicitation regulations really a deterrent for door-knocking pest control companies that are invested in face-to-face marketing?
Cleveland Dixon, owner and president of Holiday Termite & Pest Control, joined the grant selection committee for the Community Foundation for Northern Virginia to help fund local nonprofits.
A recent study finds one-sixth of land on Earth is highly vulnerable to invasive species.
These insects rarely successfully re-infest hardwoods inside a structure that is centrally heated with no moisture problems.
What happens when an entomologist moves out to the country?
Researchers identified a specific chemical used by termite queens and kings to communicate their royal status with worker termites. This helps the workers recognize and care for them.
A paper from Ohio State University reports that Formosan subterranean termites have become established on Grand Bahama Island.
The Redd family donated $50,000 to help fund the new termite technician training facility located at Mississippi State University.
It’s difficult to detect drywood termites because of their cryptic nature. A University of California researcher shares his data and offers PMPs best practices for using the Termatrac T3i.
Pest management professionals are tapping into NextDoor, a growing private social network that connects neighbors.
Improving customer experience and getting the greatest ROI from GPS Insight were goals of a recent virtual event.
A round-up of news and product information about new technology in the pest management industry.