Starting A Pest Control Business Doesn’t Need To Be A ‘Grind’
Entrepreneurs across America are guilty of romanticizing “the grind,” but starting a pest control business shouldn’t feel like getting blood from a stone! There’s a better option: Pestmaster.
Does Starting A Pest Control Business Need To Be A Grind?
Is it though?
Kelly’s spouting a popular business rhetoric–one that’s endemic among entrepreneurs and self-starters, especially. Indeed, speaking to prospective business owners on a regular basis, we constantly here talk about “The Hustle,” or the grind; the coffee-as-a-three-course-meal, up-all-night, no-time-for-play life.
But does this truly reflect the daily life of successful business owners? Or, better question: does it have to?
Flying in the face of our romanticization of the grind is a huge body of research pointing to the importance of attaining a proper work/life balance. In a 2018 Forbes article, author Alan Kohll summarized how striking this balance leads to less burnout, lower stress, fewer physical health issues (e.g. hypertension, digestive troubles, chronic aches and pains and heart problems), and higher productivity.
Clearly, there’s more to the story. And it seems that the more is better philosophy doesn’t hold water.
Finding Profitable Work/life Balance With Pestmaster
Contrary to the “more is more” grind rhetoric, starting a pest control business with Pestmaster isn’t a 24/7 hustle. You don’t need to sacrifice family or social life to build a successful company. And you certainly don’t need to love the idea of doing so.
Starting a pest control business with Pestmaster is really quite simple. It only takes 6 steps and 3 to 6 weeks to get your business up and running. We make sure your area has enough demand to build your company, then provide all the training and equipment you need, assist with certifications and GSA contract acquisition, and give you a proven business model.
Running your pest control business is also relatively easy. Demand for pest control services is widespread and resilient; pests will always be present, so your services will always be in-demand. Further, you do not have to hire salaried employees until you’re ready, which cuts out a huge amount of managerial and payroll responsibilities. There’s minimal equipment required to operate, and most owners choose to run their business out of their homes to cut out brick-and-mortar overhead. Most outgrow the home-based model pretty quickly, but you never have to leave home if it suits you! Pestmasters national website will also continue to generate leads for your business to support your local marketing efforts.
While there’s a time and place to grind, and hard work is always valued, starting a pest control business doesn’t have to be a headache so long as you choose Pestmaster.
Learn More About Starting A Pest Control Business With Pestmaster
You can overview the 6 steps to overship on the Steps to Ownership page or call 800-525-8866 to speak directly with one of our representatives and get all your questions answered.