As the progression of coronavirus (COVID-19) continues, the safety of our customers and employees remain our highest priority. While we all practice social distancing, pests will be doing just the opposite - they will be [...]
“The status of Zika has changed from a mild medical curiosity to a disease with severe public health implications,” said Margaret Chan, World Health Organization Director-General, in the Washington Post in March. Up until February [...]
Holder's Pest Solutions is joining the pest management industry in celebrating National Pest Management Month this April. This public observance is recognized each year by the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) to acknowledge the pest management industry’s commitment to the protection of public health, food and property from common pest threats. As spring is also a busy time for pest-related activity, Holder's is encouraging homeowners to be proactive and pest-proof in order to protect their home from an infestation.
Press Release: Walter Parada Named Finalist in 2015 Commercial Pest Control Technician of the Year Awards
Holder’s Pest Solutions, an operating division of Copesan Services, Inc., today announced Walter Parada, IPM Sales and Service Specialist, has been named a finalist in the 2015 Technician of the Year Awards, presented by Pest Control Technology (PCT) magazine.
The news stories coming out of Houston in the last 24 hours have been grim. Some are calling this the worst flood in a thousand years, and it has many residents fleeing their homes. But residents aren't the only ones fleeing. When waters rise, it forces wildlife and insect populations to flee their homes as well. Houston pest control experts warn residents to take precautions, to avoid pest related issues.
Every year the National Pest Management Association designates the month of April as National Pest Management Month and this year is no exception. As Holder’s Pest Solutions recognizes April as such, we felt it an opportune time to recognize the role that the pest control industry plays in protecting people and property from pests.