Rose Named 2021 Best of the Best by The Detroit Free Press
Friday, May 13, 2022
Rose Pest Solutions, the nation’s oldest pest management company providing industry-leading pest management technology, is pleased to announce it has been named Best of the Best in pest control by The Detroit Free Press two years in a row.
The award celebrates the best metro Detroit has to offer. Winners are determined by votes from Free Press readers who selected their favorite companies in each category. Rose Pest Solutions beat out both Terminix and Pest Patrol to win the title of Best of the Best in the Pest Management Company category for the Detroit metro market. Winners were announced Saturday, April 30, and were featured in the official Best of the Best special section of the Sunday Free Press on May 1.
“Earning this recognition for the second year demonstrates Rose Pest Solutions’ commitment to the community which has supported us throughout our 162 years of operation,” said Jim Ives, president of Rose Pest Solutions. “This is made possible by our hard-working team members in the Metro Detroit regional offices who demonstrate exceptional service and dedication to our clients day in and day out.”
Being named as one of metro Detroit’s Best of the Best is an honor for the 4th generation family-owned and operated business. What sets the company apart from other pest management businesses is that it provides one-of-a-kind services unique to the market including:
- A wide range of safe and effective options tailored to the specific needs of residential clients to protect home property and the health of those who live there
- Commercial services to companies both large and small, as well as a variety of different industries
- The largest bed bug canine team in the country which offers a safe and accurate method of detecting early infestations
- Effective and safe solutions for exclusion of bats, birds, and other larger pests while protecting environmentally friendly pests like pollinators
- New technologies in pest prevention like the use of drones to inspect aerial entry points into homes and businesses;
- Methods that promote workplace safety keeping technicians safe from harm
- A support network of nationally recognized entomologists and technical specialists who can address specific client needs
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