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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

(1) How do I select a Pest Control Agency???

It is very saddening to see that most of the professions and businesses today are marred by unqualified and in genuine people who enter the trade and make profits by encasing on innocent consumers.

Such is also the case with Pest Control Industry; many small mushrooming companies have entered the trade and are seen carrying the business. These small time operators would generally have no background knowledge of Biology or other related sciences. These fake companies are prominently seen misguiding the public on the sole grounds that they have procured a Licence from Govt. Of India.

The catch is that these ‘one man operated’ Agencies generally get licence from Govt. to procure the Pesticides and resell them in closed containers, however by law they aren’t allowed to use such chemicals at customers doors. Please be aware that you might get your premises treated by them for the obvious reasons that they are cheap but do remember that the company would more likely be a HOAX and you would not only put the human health at stake but the environment as well.

Here’s somethings to look for before you choose your pest control agency:

- A qualified Pest Control Company should have a membership of INDIAN PEST CONTROL ASSOCIATION (IPCA) – which is a non profit trade association of professional pest control industry, which by law grants membership to only those companies who fulfil stringent government regulations and also employ ideal technical qualifications. Or,

- A qualified Pest Control Company would also have a membership of National Pest Management Association, USA (NPMA- formerly known as NPCA)

Both of the above mentioned groups have joined together in efforts to promote high professional standards. Because only well qualified and trained personals are allowed to become members of these associations. And in case a membership granted company is unable to provide services up to the mark, the association takes appropriate actions against them under the provisions.   Next >>