TINTON FALLS, N.J. – Feather Free Zone – a regional provider of bird exclusion, control and deterrence services – announced an expansion of its business through area-unique franchises.
Founded by R. Brett Madden and Robert Young, two of the nation’s leading bird control professionals, Feather Free Zone provides bird control throughout the northeastern United States. Property managers and owners count on the company’s expertise to address the destructive presence of birds through a combination of proprietary bird exclusion installation systems and live geese clearing with specially trained border collies.
Madden and Young are providing franchisees, a long-established process for launching and running a bird control business.
“Our well-defined methods allow franchise owners to deploy the most effective bird control business in their region, right from the start,” said Madden. “We’ve spent years perfecting our approach, now it’s time for property managers around the country to benefit from it while our franchisees can benefit from a proven business system.”
The U.S. pest control industry continues to grow. According to a recent study by Specialty Products Consultants, the overall industry reached $6.32 billion in 2009 and projections expect growth to continue. Addressing bird infestation, a nuisance as well as a health hazard, remains a growing segment within the pest control industry.
Feather Free Zone provides a unique, home-based business – one that addresses environmental and humane issues. “Our business is about being out in the field, close to the properties and the customers we serve,” added Young. “Our franchisees have the chance to own a very special and unique business. They’re not in a store in a strip mall and they’re not behind a desk for the day. Instead, they’re outside, on-site and making a positive impact on the lives of property owners and on their own community.”
For more information call 877/508-4608 Toll Free (732/655-4074 Local) or visit www.FeatherFreeZone.com to complete a franchise application.