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XtraBrite Offers Black Light Lamps

General Pest Control Products

The company purchases lamps directly from manufacturers to ensure competitive prices, the firm reports.

| January 31, 2013

Photo courtesy of XtraBrite.

EDEN PRARIE, Minn. - XtraBrite Lighting Services offers black light lamps to pest control professionals. XtraBrite President Mike Puchtel is an industry veteran who started the company in 2012 with the vision to purchase and resell black light lamps to PMPs.

XtraBrite purchases the lamps directly from the manufacturer to ensure the best price possible for resale to PMPs, the firm reports. “We are committed to offering brand name products at an exceptional value and will keep you informed of new lighting technologies that affect your business and our environment,” said Puchtel. “We want to be your primary resource for lamp replacements.

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