Flesh flies generally do not infest structures in large numbers or with any regularity, but when they do will you be prepared?
PCT will host its inaugural Commercial Pest Control Virtual Conference next month. Plan to attend if you’re interested in learning more about this growing market.
Here are five equipment problems that cost PMPs big money. What can you do to prevent these issues at your company?
The story of one pest control operator’s way of supporting troops and veterans from her office in Flagstaff, Ariz. — and the two Patriot Awards she received for her efforts.
If you detect a very strong gas odor or if you hear a hissing or blowing noise at a customer’s home during a service call would you know how to respond?
Here’s why our pest control company treats training expenses as an investment in our people…not an expenditure.
Developing a winning strategy for both the family and the business requires balance. The best family business executives understand that a well-informed and engaged shareholder group is among the greatest competitive advantages they have as a company.
What’s next for ant control? New technology is coming closer to market every day.
The real number that should drive your pest control firm’s financial decision-making is your cash flow.
Once you’ve decided to sell your company, what should you do next to ensure you’re well represented and get the best deal?
Recent news about PCT Top 100 firms.
Like all aspects of pest control, bed bug service is not without its risks. Therefore, be aware of the following chemical and nonchemical concerns associated with this service.
Proactive bed bug inspections and subsequent “clearance” letters are enabling one PMP to ease property managers’ liability concerns.
Plant-based essential oils could be a solution for bed bug control.
Recent research finds that bed bugs are capable of establishing breeding infestations in places that don’thave people sleeping overnight.
Although bed bug resistance to insecticide is real, it’s not insurmountable. PMPs just need to be prepared. By Anne Nagro
New research finds simple external exposure to boric acid (such as in a dust application) is minimally effective against bed bugs, but bed bugs that ingest boric acid die swiftly.
Bed bugs can be a nightmare for PMPs, but they don’t have to be if you’re armed with the knowledge to control these pests in sensitive accounts.
PMPs need to make sure they’re communicating often and clearly with customers so that bed bug control expectations are clear.