PCT sat down with Dominique Stumpf and Alexis Wirtz of NPMA to discuss the ins and outs of next month’s first-ever virtual tradeshow and convention.
PMPs share what they’ve learned while providing cockroach control services in residential and commercial accounts in the midst of a global pandemic.
According to a national survey, pest control is the 11th worst occupation. But PCT isn’t buying it. Pest management firms are educating the public about the benefits of working in this industry.
When getting into wildlife control work, there are lots of factors to consider. Here’s what you need to know.
Is calling your service “humane” a marketing ploy or an apt description of your practice? Be ready to explain what this means…and for the potential fallout, as well.
Rats and voles are rodents, but why not a mole?
On the surface, it might not be clear why social media branding is so important for pest control companies. Here are some tips on how to best connect with customers.
Now in its fourth generation, Gunter Pest & Lawn celebrates the ways in which the company has evolved — and how it continues to grow as a family business.
Companies like Dallas-based Doffdon Pest Control are busy treating rideshare vehicles for bed bugs.
Research out of Purdue University looks at why bed bugs can survive even after a heat treatment.
Since you probably don’t have time to read all of the entomology and medical journals out there, we’ve skimmed them for you. What follows is a review of some particularly applicable bed bug research that just may be of interest to you.
A review of bed bug news and product information from industry suppliers.