TweetAs pest control operators, you spend years building your companies. Blood, sweat, frustrations, and tears go into building relationships with your customers, and your employees. What if one of your employee technicians decides that he or she wants to quit and start their own pest control business? Are you protected? Many pest control companies utilizeRead More
TweetIn an economy where jobs can be hard to find, sometimes it’s worth it to consider jobs you may not know much about. One job you may not have considered is that of a pest control operator. In 2013, Fox Business named the pest management industry as one of the top 8 jobs to ‘escapeRead More
TweetAre you tired of being stuck inside the office for forty plus hours a week while others are enjoying the fresh outdoor air? If so, than look no further then these eight outdoor jobs that will help you escape the officeâ€¦ Including Pest Management Technician and Termite Service Technician. Pest Control Named One Of TheRead More
TweetToday’s interview is between Thomas, Bulwark Exterminating, and Thomas, Pioneer Pest Management… So we will make it Thos003, Bulwark, and Tom, St. Louis Extraordinaire. So let’s chat about… Mosquito Control in St. Louis Thos003: Mosquito control is a challenge many pest control companies are not willing to face, so how long have you been workingRead More
TweetSome of today’s tragic headlines in the pest control industry are as follows: Pest control worker stole Rays championship ring. http://www.tampabay.com/news/publicsafety/crime/st-petersburg-police-pest-control-worker-stole-rays-championship-ring/1111162 Pest control worker arrested for allegedly stealing Rays American League Championship ring http://www.abcactionnews.com/dpp/news/region_south_pinellas/st_petersburg/pest-control-worker-arrested-for-allegedly-stealing-rays-american-league-championship-ring Unfortunately this looks pretty grim for the pest control industry and the company that hired this individual. A couple of yearsRead More
Do it right, all the time, every time, and you won’t have to worry about “getting caught.” If you are doing it right then there is nothing to catch. That’s the way pest control and all services should be.