“Our new blog videos were created to give tips and tricks to homeowners on how to keep pests out, and to show some comical DIY pest control,” Eric Gunner, Viking’s business development manager, said in a news release. “We recently expanded upon our classic blog library, and wanted to translate some of those tips and tricks into video blogs, providing easy-to-understand visuals for our local communities.”
More videos are in the works, covering pests such as termites, mice, ants, wasps, cockroaches, bed bugs and more. The growing library can be found on Viking’s YouTube channel.
Earlier this month, Viking made headlines both for its hiring push and the debut of its spotted lanternfly (Lycorma delicatula, or SLF) egg removal tool giveaway.
ABOUT VIKING PEST CONTROL
Viking Pest Control, an Anticimex company, was founded in 1980 by Pest Management Professional Hall of Famer Ed Bradbury (Class of 2014). With more than 300 team members, it serves residential and commercial properties in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and the Eastern Shore of Maryland.
Based in Stockholm, Sweden, Anticimex employs approximately 7,100 people, serving more than 3 million customers in 18 markets worldwide. In the United States, Anticimex operates through its seven platform companies: Modern Pest, Brunswick, Maine; American Pest Management, Fulton, Md.; Viking Pest Control, Basking Ridge, N.J.; Turner Pest Control, Jacksonville, Fla.; Killingsworth Environmental, Charlotte, N.C.; JP McHale Pest Management, Buchanan, N.Y.; and Wayne’s, Birmingham, Ala.