Technicide: Relaunched Website


April 16, 2024



After months of hard work and dedication, industry manufacturer Technicide has unveiled a modern, sleek and user-friendly online platform designed to showcase its products and services in the best possible light. Features include:

  • Modern design — The website now boasts a contemporary design that reflects Technicide’s innovative approach and commitment to excellence.
  • Sleek interface — The interface has been streamlined for a more intuitive and visually appealing browsing experience.
  • Improved navigation — Finding information about Technicide’s products, services and company is now easier than ever, thanks to enhanced navigation menus and search functionality.
  • Mobile-friendly — The website is fully optimized for mobile devices, ensuring that users can access it anytime, anywhere, from any device.

About Technicide

With its manufacturing facilities based in Heber City, Utah, Technicide was founded in 1989 by Jim Harper, a third-generation pest management professional (PMP). Harper grew up in the pest control industry, riding along with his dad at a very young age. At 15, Harper’s responsibility in the family business was to maintain and repair the equipment. His inventive spirit led him to build a truck-mounted power rig that could slide out of the truck. In 1985, the family business expanded to new heights, offering its services into the restaurant pest elimination market. Harper began designing and building more sophisticated equipment — the Injecticide and the Techniduster — to meet the service needs.

Technicide, with its first product introduced in 1989, has been serving the pest control industry for over 35 years. The current flagship product, Exacticide, was introduced in 2001. The Exacticide, a multi-faceted pest eradication tool, is so versatile that you literally can do the majority of your jobs from start to finish with it, the company says. Although the name “Exacticide” has stayed the same, Harper has continued to improve it and implement greater features over the years. He has also created the Tech-Reach Bait Pro and Techni-Baiter Rodent Station, among other products.


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