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You know you are only as good as the people you surround yourself with! Many people I interact with on a daily basis come from our social media sites including Twitter, FaceBook, LinkedIn and our contacts within our Post Office. Our employee’s interact every single day with customers and are the FACE of ProBest Pest Management, I couldn’t do everything I do without them. It’s not easy but we do believe in Customer Service!

So thanks to all you read the blog and are customers of ProBest Pest Management – We appreciate you each and every day!


Did you have great service with another local business here in Arizona, tell us about it?

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Have you seen the commercial on TV where the lady is talking bout believing everything she reads or sees on the internet (how could you not trust the World Wide Web). Not everything is fact, period. So with all that said how and what do you trust.

  1. Referrals – ask your friends, neighbors and the people you trust.
  2. Seek out information on the internet but verify it at various sources.

When is that good deal not such a good deal?

When is that good deal not such a good deal?

From time to time I hear about those great deals, which all of us probably run into. Last week I got another one of those flyers in the mail on carpet cleaning – “Any size room steam cleaned & deodorized $4.95″ of course then the fine print – 2 room minimum, heavily soils carpet will require preconditioning. Oh and don’t forget travel charge applies to all areas.

Come on who are they kidding? By the time you add in all those hidden fees, it could (and probably is)  the same as a reputable Better Business Bureau company. By the way I also decided to do as search for their company at the BBB and it appears that there is an Alert on this company.

Its the same with pest control companies, I’m often amazed at the discrepancy of pricing and I ran into one this weekend. 4000 – 5000 square foot home, 4 bedrooms with a living room with Bed Bugs. My price started at $1250 and the other quoted price was $550. Bed Bugs are a serious and time consuming treatment protocol and this job would take take us most of the day to complete. I can understand shopping for the best price but lets consider some other factors?

  1. What are the protocols? We issue a prep sheet which must be followed.
  2. What are they using? We use Steam, with a dust material put into crack & crevices and wall voids and Phantom liquid spray around baseboards.
  3. How long will they be there, estimate? For this size home probably 6 – 8 hours.
  4. How long has this business been in business? 30+ years
  5. Do they have reviews by BBB, Kudzu, MerchantCircle or anyone else? No complaints and plenty of reviews.
  6. Are they licensed and insured? Office of Pest Management #8411 and we carry General Liability, Auto and Workman’s Compensation
  7. Are they member so of Crimshield? CrimeFreeCircle Yes, since 2008.

It’s all about TRUST

Its’ all about TRUST.

Do you know the Boy Scout Law – it goes like this. A Scout is Trustworthy, Loyal, Helpful, Courteous, Kind, Obedient, Cheerful, Thrifty, Brave, Clean & Reverent. Ever wonder why trustworthy was placed at number one, is it because its the most important?

Scout Law History

So shouldn’t this be the mantra of every business? What if we strive for that kind of company and philosophy? So today why don’t we all try to live by the Scout Law and make the World a better place.

Life’s lessons never end and wisdom can always be passed on.

A friend of mine on Facebook – Rick Misanko (A Scouter), posted this and I thought it was a good topic to discuss. Yesterday Bryan and I were discussing how people have changed lately. Have you noticed how quickly they escalate the problem into a catasophy.  So you know ProBest has a Post Office and generally speaking people are pretty nice but every once in awhile things happen. Customer service is the name of the game at our place, we greet each person who walks through our door with a courteous Hello and sometimes by name. So in an effort to pass along some life lessons I learned – here they are:

  1. Bee nice you can always go to nasty later but not the other way around.
  2. Treat everyone as if they were your Mom.
  3. The customer is always right – most of the time!
  4. There are 2 points from Scouting – The Law and Slogan – Trustworthy, Loyal, Helpful, Friendly, Courteous, Kind, Obedient, Cheerful, Thrifty, Brave, Clean and Reverent and the Slogan – Do a Good Turn daily.

I know times are challenging right now but they will get better, so let us all treat and respect each other in a good light. Be aware that everyone has problems but we must get through this time together – all of us together as a group. Be nice to each other because you never know when you might run into them again.

Check out our new Community Work page, maybe we can all work towards helping someone else this month. Let’s make May – Be Nice to Everyone Month!

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