It takes a certain kind of person to be a pest management professional--not just someone who treats for pests--but someone who has dedicated their life to protecting their community from all of the diseases and dangers pests can pose. That is why it is not surprising that philanthropy is a common trait among pest professionals.
In Hawaii, our strong points can sometimes be our weaknesses. Though it is a sweet deal to have beautiful temperatures all year round, those temperatures make it possible for flies to plague us without ceasing. While we continue to battle them in our kitchens and on our patios, folks in the Northern states get to have a reprieve. It is almost as if all those flies fly south for the winter. But, those Northerners get to scrape ice off their windshields, shovel a foot or more of heavy snow off their driveway, and heat their cars up to a temperature that doesn't make their nose hairs turn into icicles before they can head off to work for the day. Maybe flies aren't such a bad trade-off.
Thanksgiving is the time of year that we begin to reminisce about all the things for which we are thankful. Even though we appreciate our good job, nice home, dependable car, family, and friends throughout the year, the Thanksgiving Holiday makes us even more thankful for our blessings.
If you were to look up the definition of "professional" you would find that its only qualifying trait is that one must engage in a specified activity as one's main occupation, rather than as a pastime or hobby. If this is the case, there are a lot of professional pest control companies in Hawaii. But, at Sandwich Isle Pest Solutions, we strive to be something more than this. We believe that it isn't enough to just transcend doing pest control as a pastime. We believe that our customers deserve to have the most effective and complete pest control for their homes, businesses, and municipalities. But, keeping pests at bay is no easy task. It requires dedicated study and continual communication with the community of professionals across the country who also dedicate themselves to this profession and this science.
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