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Thomas Pest Services Becomes a QualityPro Company

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Thomas Pest Services has earned the QualityPro designation, the mark of excellence in pest management.

| April 20, 2012

CLIFTON PARK, NY - Thomas Pest Services has earned the QualityPro designation, the mark of excellence in pest management.
 
Becoming a QualityPro company means that Thomas Pest Services has taken extraordinary steps to ensure that consumers can rely on them. From running criminal background checks on all of our employees to using environmentally sound integrated pest management practices, QualityPro companies are committed to providing consumers with the highest possible services.
 
"Becoming QualityPro was important to me, because I strive to offer consumers the best in pest management," said Sarah Thomas-Clark. "This designation, like the Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval, offers consumers solid proof of the thoroughness and quality of my company's services."
 
QualityPro companies have met qualifications built around four key principles: Business Operations, Consumer Relations, Environmental Stewardship and Technician Training. These qualifications include employing only highly trained, credentialed employees; offering a clear, easy-to-understand warranty and termite service agreement; maintaining a drug-free workplace; advertising truthfully and ethically; and maintaining an up-to-date insurance policy

 

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