ILLUSTRATION: LEO MICHAEL

ILLUSTRATION: LEO MICHAEL

If you are among the pest management professionals( PMPs) who take the job of protecting public health and property seriously, it should come as no surprise that many of your colleagues — maybe even you — now give deodorizing services.

Although Congress declared pest control an essential service at the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, many PMPs lent fumigating services to make up for revenue lost to shuttered businesses and unemployed customers.

In the pest management industry, lending works is nothing new. PMPs have responded to customer and parish require by treating for bed bugs during a recent rebirth in different regions of the country, and by offering mosquito control as information spread of mosquito-borne viruses and maladies, such as West Nile and Zika. Those who step up to fill a need often are reinforced with new customers and increased revenue.

Last year, the coronavirus pandemic provoked a surge in disinfecting works, an additional service that has proven to be rewarding for many PMPs. Our cover story, Cleanup crew: COVID-1 9 inspires PMPs to offer disinfecting services, checks in with PMPs who jumped in and realise sure they had the paraphernalium, training and staff to get the job done right.

Adding a new busines proved to be just what they needed to attract new customers and elevate revenue.

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