Yes, NCPMA members are also members of the National Pest Management Association and are able to receive access to and discounts on the Annual National Pest Management Convention, the Carolinas/Mid-Atlantic Summer Conference and other events. NCPMA members can also attend NPMA events such as Legislative Day in Washington, DC.
NCPMA is a volunteer-driven association. There are many ways to become involved, and we encourage all of our members to take an active role in the association by joining a committee or participating in programs or training. Our Board of Directors is also available to answer questions and help members find the best fit for them.
Yes. NCPMA events are held in various locations throughout the state. Between our annual PCT School in Raleigh/Durham, the Carolinas/Mid-Atlantic Summer Conference and our multiple regional seminars, there's an NCPMA event convenient for every location.
NCPMA is the leading statewide association representing the pest management association. It’s a vital resource for pest industry professionals. Our goal as an association is to educate and encourage pest management professionals and promote the excellent and important service that our members provide to homeowners and their communities.
While there are some effective over-the-counter treatment options available, homeowners are not trained in the proper usage of those materials and many must be applied strictly following the manufacturer’s instructions. Using a pest management professional may be the most efficient and cost-effective manner of treating and preventing pests.
Ants are some of the hardest pests to properly treat and prevent. DIY methods for ant removal can actually make the problem worse if not done correctly. A pest management professional will identify the type of ant entering your home, locate where the ant nest is and advise you on a treatment. Find a NCPMA member company in your area today!
Bed bugs can be difficult to treat. It’s important to contact a pest management professional as soon as you suspect you have bed bugs. NCPMA’s members are trained to identify and treat bed bugs using a variety of techniques. Find a pest professional near you, today!
Termites are a real and valid concern for North Carolina homeowners. According to the US Forest Service, North Carolina is rated as moderate to heavy infestation by subterranean termites, a type of termite that can damage a home for years before any outward signs are shown. NCPMA members are trained to properly identify the signs of termites such as mud tubes, swarms and damage to wood. In addition, they can offer prevention options that keep termites from ever entering your home.
NCPMA members receive ongoing training that allows them to properly identify, treat and prevent ongoing pest problems within your home or business. Our members are trained to use state-of-the-art treatment and prevention methods including non-pesticide methods. Whether its bed bugs, termites, or your ordinary house ant, these members can identify and prevent problems before they become large infestations, thereby saving homeowners from costly and time-consuming treatments.