TweetTweet Most of the United States is experiencing record cold temperatures with this polar vortex. The end of January was down right glacial with temperatures plunging more than 20 degrees below normal. This record cold and snow is expected to last a couple more weeks. This frigid weather has us pest management professionals wondering, justRead 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.
TweetTweet Leave Something On The Bone â€“ Sick Pay, Benefits, Medical Coverage in the Pest Control Industry Great write up by Gerry, I would have assumed that most pest control companies offered. Gerry suggests that the pest control industry should be inline with offering sick pay, benefits and medical coverage. I applaud him on that.Read More
TweetTweet Manitoba Health concludes that the numbers of Culex tarsalis mosquitoes, mosquitoes known for carrying the West Nile Virus, are beginning to increase. The adult mosquito population is contingent on weather and pest control remedies. The weather will determine if their is enough moisture for the mosquitoes to reproduce. If the temperatures stay hot, andRead More
Pest Control Companies – Are all pest control companies the same?
Green Pest Control – What is Green Pest Control? Update from the Green Pest Control Conference in Dallas TX. Is your pest control green?
TweetTweet A new word for the Pest Control Jargon page is calibration. Calibration can simply be defined as the comparison of desired output and real output; and that adjustments are made so that real output equals your desired output. Calibration is very important to a Pest Control Technician. Applying the chemical as efficiently as possibleRead More