Top-4 Features Of The Pestmaster Pest Control Business Plan
Researching pest control business plans? Thinking about investing in this exciting industry? Don’t sign that contract before you check out the top-4 features of the Pestmaster pest control business plan:
1. Instant Access To High-value Government Services
Pestmaster is counted among an exclusive list of companies pre-qualified by the United States General Services Administration (GSA) to provide pest management, mosquito control, termite control, weed control, and a host of other services at government facilities.
Procurement times are short, prices are pre-established, and you couldn’t ask for more professional clientele. Many of our owners generate a significant amount of their revenues from government services alone.
In addition to giving you access to valuable government clients, our pest control business plan includes full support with contract bidding and acquisitions, courtesy of our corporate office.
2. Volume Buying Power And Vendor Discounts To Boost Your Bottom Line
Our pest control business plan allows owners to purchase insurance, equipment, materials, and supplies at volume discounts, and we’ve secured exclusive deals from some of the top vendors in our industry. In doing so, we make sure our owners keep more of what they earn, and stay well-supplied even amidst global supply chain disruptions caused by COVID-19.
3. Smart Service Diversification To Maximize Pest Control Profits
The Journal of Professional Services Marketing defines “diversification” simply as “the addition of new service lines” (Bhat et al., 1993, p. 60). Though there is no universally perfect diversification strategy, it’s generally considered more cost-effective to develop “new but related service lines,” which allow the business to leverage existing internal resources, access economies of scale, and create “synergistic potential” (pp. 60-62). When carefully selected, complementary services “may result in a higher economic value for the firm than the individual current and new services considered separately” (p. 62).
So what does all this have to do with our pest control business plan? Everything!
When you invest in our pest control business plan, you get to sell a diverse range of services from day-one, including:
- Residential Services
- Commercial Services
- Government Services
- Coronavirus Decontamination
- Bed Bug Control
- Bird Control
- Mosquito Control
- Rodent Control
- Termite Control
- Wildlife Control
- Vegetation Management, and more
Aligning with best practices for service diversification, our pest control business plan:
- Opens up a huge number of related service lines to increase your market share
- Leverages existing internal resources to market, schedule, and deliver pest services in a cost-effective manner
- Unlocks economies of scale for pest control business owners
- Creates “synergistic potential” for complementary marketing (e.g. offering a complete household treatment package versus singular rodent or spider control services)
4. Fast Start-up And Clear Cost Control In The Early Stages
Many businesses fail in the pre-opening phase because their owners drag their feet and spend too much before they’re able to generate any returns. But not Pestmaster franchises.
Our start-up process is fast, sleek, and cost-effective, requiring as little as 3 to 6 weeks and $30,000 to get started. You can find a complete cost breakdown on the Pestmaster Costs and Criteria page.
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Bhat, S. S., Bonnici, J. L., & Caruana, A. R. (1993). Diversification strategies for the service sector. Journal of Professional Services Marketing, 9(1), 59-68.Back