Atlas Pest Management Comments on Report Regarding Rising Demand for Pest Control

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The team at Atlas Pest Management say the demand for insect control services is on the rise throughout South Riverside County, a trend that is echoed in a recent industry report.

There is a growing demand for pest control services across the globe, according to a recent research report by Azoth Analytics. The report, Global Pest Control Services Market: Trends, Opportunities and Forecasts, weighs in on the state of the industry and where it’s headed in the next five years. Atlas Pest Management of South Riverside County is just one service provider weighing in on the report, confirming an increase in insect control services in its area.

According to the report, the global pest control market has seen a growing demand for services, particularly around business offices, commercial buildings and industrial areas. This could be attributed to an increase in infestations due to population growth or other factors, but the increasingly stringent health and hygiene laws in developed and developing nations are also a factor. The report, which was conducted by a prominent research and analysis company and can be found online at Research and Markets, forecasts a similar rise in the residential pest control market. The team at Atlas Pest Management is already witnessing this increasing demand first-hand.

“We have seen an increase in demand for general insect control in and around homes on a regular service basis, either bi-monthly or quarterly,” said Owner Joe Malagon. Atlas Pest Management offers a variety of pest control services including gopher control, ant control, spider control, rodent control, ground squirrel control, and bee removal.

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About Atlas Pest Management:

Atlas Pest Management of South Riverside County was established in 2002 based on the principles of putting honesty and integrity before profits, always being punctual to show respect for customers’ time, and keeping customers well-informed from the start of a job to the finish. Atlas manages everything from ants, spiders and bees to ground squirrels, rats, mice and more, with standard treatments as well as eco-friendly and pet-friendly alternatives. Owner Joe M. holds an Operator’s License for Structural Pest Control as well as qualified applicator’s licenses in Landscape Pest Control (Category B) and Agricultural Pest Control (Category D).

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