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Now Available: The Service Technician’s Inspection and Identification Manual Pre-Publication Offer

Inspections

The new guide from William H Robinson can be ordered from now until Jan. 15 for $19.95, which is 33% off list price.

| January 3, 2014

RICHFIELD, Ohio — The special pre-publication offer for The Service Technician’s Inspection and Identification Manual ends Jan. 15, 2014. Order the book between now and Jan. 15 at a cost of $19.95, which is 33% off list price.

After January 15, 2014, the list price is $29.95 per book. Shipping begins February 1, 2014, and domestic shipping is free with all pre-publication orders.

The Service Technician’s Inspection and Identification Manual is the next handy guide for service technicians written by William H Robinson.

“The Service Technician’s Inspection and Identification Manual is meant to make inspection and identification easier for service technicians by providing information to help anticipate the common pest or damage that will be found during site inspections,” says Robinson. “Technicians will find the detailed information and the illustrations of more than 200 pests and damage invaluable to have on-site.”

To order, call a PCT Store representative at 800/456-0707 or visit http://www.pctonline.com/Service-Technicians-Inspection-and-Identification-Manual.aspx

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