LOS ANGELES, April 19, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- On pace to be one of the fastest-growing pest control companies in North America, Aptive Environmental is an environmentally conscious pest control service opening in hundreds of cities throughout the West Coast in 2016.
In an attempt to service more than 150,000 new customers in 2016, Aptive Environmental will be opening many new locations in some of the nation's largest markets on the West Coast. Aptive is enthusiastic to expand into these prime territories that offer a vast number of pest problems, including argentine ants, black widows, yellow jackets, fleas, snails, rats and mice.
It's not all just a numbers game however. According to Vess Pearson, CEO of Aptive Environmental, he believes the mass addition of West Coast locations is just a part of the company's overall growth – and that his company's values and customer service are an equal part of Aptive's endeavors.
"The reason we grow so much is because of our six core values; they are the backbone of our unique culture and our customers truly notice the difference," Pearson said. "Aptive's close family environment strengthens our team members' desire to 'wow' customers and go above and beyond."
Aptive's Founder & Chairman, David Royce, echoed Pearson's comments saying, "Our goal is to build a better company, not just a bigger one." Royce was recently recognized by Utah Business Magazine's Forty Under 40 Award, and named an American Business Award's Executive of the Year in 2015.
Be it the massive expansion of locations, or the quality of character that Aptive Environmental aims to exude, Aptive's leaders are confident that opening these new locations will be key to expanding their brand of environmentally responsible pest solutions throughout the western United States.
Aptive Environmental provides residential and commercial services to more than 1,500 cities across North America. Aptive specializes in environmentally responsible solutions for more than 47 common household pests. Aptive is an accredited member of the Better Business Bureau (BBB), and has also partnered with the United Nations Foundation "Nothing But Nets" to help stop the spread of malaria transmitted by mosquito bites. Aptive dedicates a portion of company profits annually to "Nothing But Nets," providing insecticide-treated bed nets to help save the lives of millions in underdeveloped countries.