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Pestmaster Services of Kingston, N.Y. Joins the bedbugFREE Network

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The company joins the network of pest management firms committed to the guidelines and practices of BedBug Central.

| April 7, 2011

LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J. — Pestmaster Services of Kingston, N.Y., is the most recent company approved for bedbugFREE membership. Pestmaster Services joins an expanding national network of pest management firms committed to the guidelines and practices of BedBug Central.

Pestmaster Services has provided service since 1979 under the direction of Jeff Van Diepen. Pestmaster Services of the Hudson Valley, N.Y., which is operated by Paul Alley, has been servicing its customers since 1999. Adrienne Chandler of Pestmaster Services said their company sought membership in the bedbugFREE network to be on the forefront of treatment methods, and to be in association with the go-to experts in the industry.

“Our mission is to provide the most effective bedbug services with an earnest concern for the environment and for the safety of our customers and employees,” said Chandler. “Being bedbugFREE gives us the recognition of being considered a higher quality than most other companies in our area to the educated and informed consumer.
bedbugFREE is a network of “like-minded companies sharing the philosophies of BedBug Central”.

All companies undergo a rigorous screening process overseen by research entomologists Rick Cooper and Jeff White. Approved companies are then listed as bedbugFREE on BedBug Central’s website and in turn, receive referrals as part of the bedbugFREE network.

“Pestmaster Services was founded with the vision of providing the most effective pest management service possible. Being bedbugFREE provides a higher standard, a more informed staff, a better trained staff and more sales opportunities,” said Van Diepen.

 

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