SEATTLE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aptive Environmental is a front runner in the pest control services industry, providing progressive solutions to reduce health risks to humans and the environment. Aptive is pleased to announce four new locations this spring, including Denver, Seattle, Detroit and Central New Jersey. In 2017, Aptive looks forward to providing child and pet friendly pest solutions to 300,000 customers nationwide.
Aptive Environmental is delighted to offer its new markets Aptive’s Four Seasons Protection Plan, providing pest treatments to keep homes and properties pest-free from spiders, ants, wasps, cockroaches, fleas, ticks, silverfish, crickets, rodents and more. Aptive’s CEO Vess Pearson said, “Aptive’s goal is to provide customers with a first class experience. To do this we attract a special individual to serve our clients, and provide him/her with a unique culture, comprehensive training programs and management opportunities across the nation.”
Founder and Chairman David Royce echoed Pearson’s words, crediting Aptive’s rapid success to the company’s six core values Aptive’s employees created in collaboration with its executive team. “These core values have helped create a fun work environment, focusing heavily on employee happiness and premium customer service.” Royce is confident entering these new markets will also increase the quality of life for tens of thousands of homeowners.
Whether it’s the quality of company culture, unique core values or the positive reception Aptive experiences entering new markets, its leadership team is confident opening these new locations will help expand Aptive’s environmentally responsible brand further throughout the United States.
Aptive Environmental provides environmentally responsible residential and commercial pest services to more than 1,500 cities across North America. Aptive provides solutions for 47 common household pests, and is a proud member of the EPA’s Pesticide Environmental Stewardship Program. Aptive is also an accredited member of the Better Business Bureau (BBB), and has partnered with the United Nations Foundation “Nothing But Nets” to help stop the spread of Malaria transmitted by mosquito bites.