Team Spotlight: Tyler Ferin

How long have you been with Rottler? I have been with Rottler for 10 months. I will be celebrating my one year in September! How did you get started in the Pest Control Industry? This is my first job in the Pest Control Industry. Prior to working for Rottler, I was in the Food Industry… Read More

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A Three Step Approach to Defeat Termites

Termites can be a significant issue in the Midwest because the climate provides a suitable environment for their growth and reproduction. The warm and humid summers, coupled with rich soil, create the perfect conditions for subterranean termite colonies to thrive. Termites are known to cause extensive damage to homes and other structures, as they feed… Read More

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Are We Poised for a Breakout Mosquito Season?

A cool, wet spring could delay the start of peak pest season, but once the hot and humid summer weather kicks in, homeowners may experience increased mosquito activity. What makes the Midwest region susceptible to intense mosquito populations? There are several reasons including: Climate – The St. Louis, Columbia, Springfield, and Kansas City areas have… Read More

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Rottler Technician Tim Schulte Named Industry Award Finalist

Pest Control Technology Magazine identified Tim Schulte from Rottler Pest Solutions Wentzville office as a national finalist for the magazine’s 2022 Technician of the Year award. Recognizing standout service professionals in pest control, PCT’s Technician of the Year award is a top achievement in the pest control industry, which honors excellence in customer service and… Read More

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Ultimate Guide to Identifying and Getting Rid of Bed Bugs

Bed bugs are small, flat insects with an oval shape and brownish color that feed on the blood of humans and warm-blooded animals. Their flat bodies allow them to fit into tiny spaces about the width of a credit card. They can hide in cracks and crevices located close to your resting areas such as mattresses,… Read More

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Alert One Merges with Rottler Pest Solutions | From One Family to Another

In October 2022 Alert One Pest Control merged with Rottler Pest Solutions. Rottler is excited to have a location based in the Joplin area as they have been serving Joplin since 2013. “We have spent most of our time focusing on the commercial clients in the area, we are excited that the Alert One merger… Read More

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Pests Don’t Fly South for the Winter

Just because the leaves and temperatures are dropping, doesn’t mean pests aren’t attempting to gain access to your home. In some instances, the arrival of fall emboldens certain pest species to enter your living space. An array of pests from mice to bed bugs remain active all year-around. And don’t let the “out of sight,… Read More

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Stop Rodents This Fall

How prevalent are rodents inside homes during the fall and winter months? According to the National Pest Management Association, 21 million homes in the United States will report a rodent infestation, primarily house mice, in the coming months. Cooler weather is prime time for rodent incursions into homes, apartments and other structures. Rodents, like most… Read More

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Termite Inspections: The First Line of Defense for Your Home

Termites would be good candidates for the witness protection program. They do not seek attention, tend to live in out of the way locations and would prefer to remain anonymous. The problem with this is that their behavior while ‘on the lam’ can lead to serious structural damage to your home. How can homeowners stay… Read More

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QualityPro Credentials Guarantee Top Tier Technician and Talent Recruitment

What Does it Mean to be a QualityPro Company? Selecting a pest control company when unexpected issues surface can feel like added stress to an already challenging situation. With so many things to consider – timing of inspection and extermination, price of service, experience and certification, customer service and satisfaction – it’s easy to wonder… Read More

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