It's been 20 years since PCT published its first Top 100 list. Take a look back at what's changed during the last 20 years, and check out this year's Top 100, the industry's 100 largest firms, ranked according to 2020 revenues.
As we look at this year’s PCT Top 100, it is an important time to celebrate the hard work that brought us to this moment, and the ambitions that drive us forward, writes Trace McEuen, CEO of Veseris, sponsor of the PCT Top 100.
In 2020, U.S. firms generated an estimated $9.627 billion in total service revenue, a 2.9 percent increase from 2019, according to the latest report “A Strategic Analysis of the U.S. Structural Pest Control Industry” from Specialty Consultants.
Since you probably don’t have 20 years’ worth of PCT at your desk, we took the liberty of pulling together some interesting Top 100 tidbits over the past two decades.
The industry has changed a lot in the 20 years since our first Top 100 list was published. It’s become better, stronger and more respected, all while staying true to its core values.
With the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, pest control was quickly classified as an essential service, so the industry has fared well financially despite initial reservations. Pest management is viewed by analysts as a growing market, however, the uncertainty caused by the pandemic resulted in a virtual pause in mergers and acquisitions by the “big four” in 2020. How have they adapted and what does the future hold?
No More Bugs offers employees room to grow.
Family-owned Horizon Pest Control has grown to more than 65 employees in 51 years.
When opportunity knocked, Armor Pest Defense's Shon Gregersen answered.
The drive to win fuels entrepreneurs and athletes alike.
Companies that sell pest control door to door have undergone a paradigm shift since they arrived in the 1990s. Their evolution — and expansion of the residential pest control market — will continue.
The pest management industry and Top 100 companies, in particular, increased revenue during the pandemic. And even though commercial service revenue declined, it could have been far worse.
When Lloyd Pest Control decided its longtime mission statement needed a refresh, it changed the “conversation” with the help of its team members.
This year’s NPMA Legislative Day attendees met with their congressional representatives using a virtual plaftorm.
Shane Robertson of Brody Brothers Pest Control, Owings Mills, Md., won this year’s contest with his robber fly photo.
Pre-hire testing tool helps screen out high-risk job applicants.
There are many ways PMPs could find themselves in a courtroom regarding the service they provided. Check out ways to help avoid a lawsuit – or what to do if you do get sued.
Entomologist Stoy Hedges shares first-hand experiences with spiders that will benefit all service personnel in the field.
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Ants are consistently one of the top pests for which PMPs would like better control. Although small, their vast numbers, complex colony structures and behaviors can make controlling them difficult. MGK’s West Coast Technical Field Specialist, Ryan Neff, answers common questions and offers expert tips for deadly but simple ant control with the all-new Sumari® System.