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Tips to Make Choice

The following are some tips to help you make an informed choice. When you are done, return to find a list of member companies in your area.

  • Look for membership in a professional organization. Membership in the National Pest Management Association and New England Pest Management Association gives Pest Management Professionals (PMPs) access to training and current information as well as showing a commitment to the industry.
  • Look for experience. Check how long a company has been in business. If they have more than one technician, check the experience of the tech they’ll be sending. Check for complaints with the Better Business Bureau or Consumer Affairs.
  • Ask for proof of insurance. Any contractor you hire should have Liability and Worker’s Comp. coverage, don’t assume! Also, all pesticide applicators must be certified by the state department that regulates pesticides.
  • Get recommendations from friends, family and neighbors. A referral gives you first-hand knowledge, positive or negative, about the companies in your area.
  • Shop for Value, especially for a termite treatment or service agreement. The lowest estimate may not be your best choice. Shopping more than one company makes you a more informed consumer.
  • Ask what treatment will be done. Look for companies that use Integrated Pest Management. Integrated Pest Management, developed for the Agriculture industry uses a variety of pest management techniques, of which pesticides are only one tool.
  • Don’t be afraid to ask questions. Our best customers are informed customers, if you don’t understand something, ask until you do. Labels of any materials used in your home should be available on request.

How to Choose a Pest Management Company

Choosing the right pest management company from our list of vetted providers has never been easier. There are a few key things to look for and questions to ask that will help narrow down your search and land an excellent service provider. Above are our tips on how you should start your search.

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