TweetPest Control Operator Tips- 12 Ways to Build a Better Day As pest control operators, our days are filled with ups and downs. We find joy in being able to help our customers eliminate serious pest problems, but we also find it challenging to juggle our day-to-day priorities. We must balance our sales, marketing, andRead More
TweetMost people will agree that while its the skills of the NASCAR driver that wins the race, that if we take away that well oiled racing machine and replace it with a pest control truck it doesn’t matter who is behind the wheel, he/Danica Patrick would have no chance at winning. No matter how greatRead More
TweetYes there is a pun in that. Many farmers, and ranchers are turning to an ancient remedy for catching rats and mice, owls. But it may not be such a bad idea. A pair of nesting owls can catch and dine on nearly 3000 rodents in one year! Plus they add the benefit of recyclingRead More
Snakes are a real problem. Most pest control companies can do nothing to prevent snakes from entering your home. There are a few precautions a pest control company can take.
TweetYesterday evening I left work and drove East into the eye of the monsoon. The gray clouds were thick and scary looking, to the west of me it was raining so hard there was no visibility. I recently read a short article that stated that the Box Elder Beetle population is extremely bad this ArizonaRead More
TweetFor those working in the industry there could not exist a more important equation dealing with safety. Risk = Toxicity x Exposure Understanding this is imperative. The goal is always to minimize risk or ultimately eliminate risk if possible. As a service manager I would always try to hammer this into our technician’s mindset. WorryingRead More