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Pest Control franchises in Canada

We currently don’t have any listings under this category but we have put together concise industry analysis below to help you make an informed franchising decision.

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Franchise Spotlight: Pest Control

There will always be pests and so there will always be a well-franchised market for pest control services.

The pest control industry in Canada is worth over CA$2billion and the future of the sector looks strong (Ibis World). Unwanted pests in residential homes, commercial premises and public buildings will always be a problem and, for the right person, this is an industry that is both rewarding and lucrative.

Pest Control isn’t right for everyone and if spiders make you tense or rats give you the shivers, then this sector might not be for you! A pest control professional will need to feel confident handling everything from cockroaches and bedbugs to birds and other wild animals.

Franchisees will need to learn how to manage pests as well as use any equipment or chemicals which are needed. Most companies will provide comprehensive training in this area and some may require franchisees to train for certifications in specific areas.

Franchisees need to consider whether their investment includes exclusive territories as well as establishing how the company uses social media and other online platforms to advertise their work. Maximum Pest Control Services is a well-franchised business that provides training and on-going support for their franchisees in this rewarding industry.

Pest Control Industry Analysis

The pest control sector is always going to be required and franchisees will benefit from the reliable nature of pests! Pest control franchises are consumer-facing and so the repeat business and contacts which an umbrella company can offer will be hugely important when entering this market. Franchisees will need to have excellent customer service and communication skills as well as a strong stomach for handling all those creepy-crawlies!

Most pest control businesses are mobile so franchisees will need to consider where they will store any chemicals or equipment which is required. The lack of brick and mortar premises can help keep start-up costs low, making pest control an intriguing prospect for many franchisees. For the right franchisee, this can be a rewarding sector, helping rid people of unwelcome guests,  as well as a reliable and potentially profitable investment.