What Is QualityPro?

QualityPro is an industry program, exclusive to NPMA (National Pest Management Association) members, that sets Rottler apart from the competition and especially illustrates our expertise in the industry.

How Does It Help Consumers Looking For A Pest Control Company?

Consumers are often unsure how to choose a pest management professional.  By bearing the QualityPro seal, Rottler will make it easier for the apprehensive consumer to select a pest management company that goes above and beyond in training their technicians to ensure not only a job well done, but the overall safety of the consumer’s home, family and pets.

What Does The Designation Say About Rottler?

In order for Rottler to bear the QualityPro trademark, we must abide by strict guidelines regarding pre-employment screenings as well as the ongoing training process of our employees.  All technicians and inspectors must pass a state administered exam or QualityPro exam before they set foot in your home.

So what does the QualityPro seal of approval really mean to the average consumer? 

When asked to imagine that such a national organization as NPMA would offer something similar to a Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval for their members, new consumers reported that such a seal would be helpful in their search for a quality pest management company.  Common responses were that “the seal would tell them that the company knows what it was doing”, that “it would mean the company is more qualified and had to meet additional requirements” and that “the company cares enough about doing a good job that they will go the extra mile.”

As an inaugural member of the QualityPro program, Rottler will provide you, the consumer, with a higher level of quality service than the competition.

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