Seven questions that matter when choosing a pesticide company.
1. Are they licensed? They need to be licensed, bonded, and insured for your protection.
2. Are they local? Ask your friends, family, and co-workers who they use or have used in the past.
3. Are they professional? If so, they will adhere to a professional code of ethics.
4. Do they know what they are doing? They should have specific knowledge about seasonal, rare, and typical insects, pests, and rodents.
Some companies have many areas of expertise, while others have only a limited specialty.
5. Are they reputable? Check to see if they are listed in the local phone book. Check with the local office of The Better Business Bureau. Look for any online news or reviews about the company.
6. Is that a company vehicle? How do I know that guy at the door is who he says he is? State law requires that pest control company vehicles be clearly lettered with the company name and license number on both sides of the vehicle.
7. Do employees of the company wear a company uniform, have a business card, and proper credentials issued by (ODAFF) The Oklahoma Department of Agriculture Food and Forestry Division has best practices.
These questions matter when Choosing A Good Exterminator.
Learn About Integrity Pest Management: How To Choose A Pest Control Company
- All Integrity Pest Management Technicians will arrive at your account, driving our easily identifiable company truck. The truck is clean, fully equipped, and ready to complete the task at hand.
- All Integrity Pest Management Technicians are in uniforms that are specifically designed to blend into any setting from the boardroom to the backroom.
- All Integrity Pest Management Technicians are properly trained, credentialed, and qualified to perform the exterminator services you need.
- All Integrity technicians are trained and have completed the ODAFF requirements to become a Service Technician.
- Integrity Pest Management goes well beyond minimum state requirements by having Technicians become Certified Applicators.
- Integrity is a member of both the Oklahoma Pest Management Association (OPMA) and the National Pest Management Association (NPMA).
As Tulsa’s leading pest control company, we believe in: Credentialing, Associations, and a Commitment To Excellence
National Pest Management Association Member
The National Pest Management Association (NPMA), founded in 1933, is the only national association dedicated to the professional exterminator industry. To verify Integrity, visit The National Pest Association.
Oklahoma Pest Management Association Member
The Oklahoma Pest Management Association covers all things Oklahoma. To verify Integrity’s membership with the OPMA visit the Oklahoma Pest Management Association’s Website.
QualityPro & QualityPro Schools Certified
We’re proud to be one of the few companies in the State of Oklahoma credentialed QualityPro and QualityPro Schools. And at last glance, less than 500 companies across all of America have the same level of professional credentials as Integrity.
Credentialing Above & Beyond Required
The pest management industry has developed a voluntary program to raise the level of professionalism in the industry.
Participation in this program means that the company has gone the extra mile by investing funds in additional training and record-keeping beyond the requirements of the state and national regulatory agencies.
The program requires that companies have proper contracts, educated and experienced service personnel, and will engage in the best pest management practices.
These are the things that matter when wondering how to choose a pest management company.
Better Business Bureau
We’ve been an A+ member of the BBB since 2009.