Cockroaches represent one of the industry’s largest, most lucrative markets. For this reason, PCT has devoted an entire section of its July issue to this topic.
One man’s donation in honor of his friend will allow two people to attend the Agri-Turf golf tournament.
The Aug. 23 conference provides expert M&A and family business advice from leading authorities.
What can technicians do to fend off hundreds of fleas when they’re in an infested account?
A quick review of how to get rid of these blood-sucking pests — both indoors and out.
The entrepreneurial spirit has always been alive and well in the pest management industry. What follows is a discussion of the pros and cons of starting your own business and acquiring one.
Minority-owned Arizona Pest Squad is big on “lifestyle marketing” — and makes improving customer service and building relationships its highest priorities.
The use of physical barriers can broaden the scope of service for forward-thinking PCOs.
For insect detectives, the trickiest cases involve the bugs that aren’t really there.
Children in homes being treated with bait had almost 50 fewer days a year without asthma symptoms.
Sanitary sewers are an ideal breeding ground for American cockroaches, yet they’re frequently overlooked by technicians servicing commercial accounts.
Baiting is extremely effective, but that doesn’t mean service technicians should ignore industry best practices when it comes to this valuable treatment technique.
Clean drains = fewer pest issues.
Cockroach oothecae (or egg cases) provide protection for the pests’ offspring and can be tricky to manage for the PMP.