No stress, admin or pressure – a great way to build a successful pest control business

By Sponsored | 08 Jan 2021 View comments

If you are looking for a small business investment opportunity that can provide you with a stress-free support package, then a Pest Control Australia franchise may be what you are looking for. Build your own business to suit your lifestyle, with no stress of administration and marketing – what a great way to build a successful pest control business

No-one wants to share their home with cockroaches, ants, termites or mice. And pests are bad for business whatever the industry. That’s why pest controllers will always be in high demand.

If you are ambitious, hard-working and want to be your own boss, Pest Control Australia is offering a great opportunity to build your own business, but with the support and resources to help you.

If you are not experienced in the pest control industry, Pest Control Australia will give you comprehensive training for you to become a qualified and accredited pest control specialist.

If you are already working in the industry, Pest Control Australia can help you by taking away the stress of small business management with increased earnings potential and give you your life back!

Here is why it makes sense to invest in a franchise rather than working as a self-employed contractor to pest control companies or starting your own pest control business.

Working as a self-employed contractor

As a contractor, jobs may be provided – but you will have little choice over where and when you work. Having a limited time to finish each job could undermine quality and your opportunity to build good relationships with your customers. And, while you may need to pay for your own supplies and equipment, you could receive as little as 40 to 50 percent of the value of each job.

Starting your own pest control business

The problem with starting your own business is that you have to do everything yourself. Between chasing new work, marketing, endless administration and expensive software, there’s hardly time to earn any money. It’s not surprising that one in ten small business owners work more than 75 hours a week![i]

Owning a Pest Control Australia franchise

Pest Control Australia removes all of these barriers to success and takes all the stress out of owning your own business.

“We make it easy for you build the business you want, working the hours that best suit your lifestyle,” says Joshua Welsh. “And you’ll never be pressured to make more sales or increase you turnover beyond your own goals.”

Support for your success

  • You’ll receive all the training you need to tackle any job with confidence, even if you have no previous experience.
  • Admin support. You have the backing of a team who take your calls for you, provide quotes, follow up on quotes, book your jobs, invoice, finalise inspection reports and take payments on your behalf.
  • A simple process. All you have to do is accept jobs posted in your mobile app, contact your customers to confirm the booking times then log when you start and finish the job, again using your mobile app. This leaves you free to deliver a first class service and form good relationships with your clients.
  • A proven marketing plan.
  • Low cost supplies. Pest Control Australia has the purchasing power and strong, long-term relationships with suppliers to negotiate lower prices.

Freedom to grow

Once you’ve reached your potential as a sole operator, you have the choice of continuing as you are or expanding your business.

“If you choose to grow, you can employ your own technicians then, if you want to, open multiple franchises,” says Joshua. “That way, you can switch to a management role. It’s up to you to decide on your own workload and level of profitability.”

A genuine business partner

Pest Control Australia treats franchise partners as genuine partners in the business, providing everyone with a fair share of earnings.

If this is what you’re looking for, call us on 1300 775 212 to find out more or download our brochure.

[i]Smart Company ‘Inside the 70-hour work week: As average employee hours drop, small business owners buck the trend’