Quality Plus Pest Control Hires New Staff

September 15, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Quality Plus Pest Control has been providing some really high quality pest control services to Phoenix, Arizona for a while now. Almost two entire decades! The company has a wide range of pest services that are all super effective and reliable. These services are also very affordable. Their team of exterminators are all professionally trained on how to spot and treat every species of pest in the area. They can take care of any residential or commercial pest infestation no matter how bad it is.

The company is constantly looking to grow and help more and more people every year. They have grown from a team of two exterminators when they first started, to now having over twenty people working for them. The company recently announced that they are hiring two new team members as well. The president welcomed the new employees on Thursday last week, “Please help me welcome Alex Tanner and Gabe Denim. Alex has been in the pest control field for well over five years now. He has always lived in this area so he knows how to handle any species of pest local to this area. He has a great work ethic and is a fast learner. Gabe has been in this industry for over seven years and travels the country every year to go to pest control seminars and workshops. He knows how to treat just about every species of pest out there and has a great can-do attitude. He loves helping people. I know these two are going to be great additions to the team and are going to help keep this community happy and healthy.

Quality Plus Pest Control offers a wide variety of popular pest services that have helped thousands of families and business owners over the years. Their most popular service is their custom treatments. These services are so popular because they are the most reliable treatments among every other pest control company in the area. They are able to do this, and keep it affordable, by custom designing each treatment for the specific pest it is supposed to treat. This ensures the most reliable and long lasting protection no matter how bad the infestation is.

Their next service that they provide is their routine checkups. These are amazing because they stop pest infestation from happening in the future. Their team of exterminators will go to the target property and take all of the necessary preventative measures to make sure the pests have no way of invading the property. The company is really flexible on scheduling these checkups and they do not require a contract for these services. They can be set up monthly, quarterly, biannually, and annually.

Finally, the company focuses on safety the most when treating pest infestations in the community. Because of this, Quality Plus Pest Control offers local residents emergency response services for when people are met with unforeseen dangerous situations. These situations usually include a dangerous animal or pest that no one should try to take care of on their own. Make sure to call a professional so that there is no harm done.

The company has a lot of great reviews for their services and are highly trusted in the county. If people think they have a pest infestation in their home or business they should try contacting Quality Plus Pest Control today. They are open from 8:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. on weekdays and are closed on weekends. They can be reached by phone or on their website at https://pestcontrolsurprise.net.


For more information about Quality Plus Pest Control, contact the company here:

Quality Plus Pest Control
Quality Plus Pest Control
17447 North Avenue of the Arts #1021 Surprise, AZ 85378

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