Top reasons for call backs and how to avoid them
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Nick Wigle Owner at Nick the Beekeeper
Owner-operator at Super Bee Rescue and Removal
Studied Economics/Business Management and Administration at California State University, Northridge
Lives in Carpinteria, California
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The ants had little or no food sources, and they had no access to the outside world. On top of that, the temperature inside the bunker was very low — just 10 °C (50 °F). These conditions made it seemingly impossible to produce offspring, and the scientists were unable to find ant larvae, pupae, queens, or males.
Supplier Day with Bell Labs
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Top Reasons For Call Backs and how to avoid them
I don’t want to see a single insect.
Will the roaches be gone by tomorrow I have a party.
Salesperson over sold the control
No exclusion performed.
Used the wrong protocols
One Chemical only
No Follow ups
Follow up inspection
Follow up calls
Improper service frequency
Performing a quarterly service when the property needs a monthly service.
Selling a monthly service when the facility needs a bi weekly.
Failure to communicate scope of service.
Time it will actually take to get control.
The follow up that will be required.
Failure to disclose limitations
Pests not covered.
Diseases not guaranteed.
Do you have protocols that take advantage of the distinct pest biologies and social behaviors.