Termite Control Services Market Progress & Manufacturer Contribution Highlighted by 2027
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[ClickPress, Fri May 24 2019] In order to study the many forthcoming movements and patterns prevailing in the global market, FactMR has included the latest Forecast report on termite control services market to its vast database. The delivered study offers significant figures about the leading regions and applications which are functioning in the termite control services market forthcoming trends by 2027, along with their market production, consumption, revenue, upcoming industry trends and forecasted market share details. Further, the accomplished market research report also anticipates that the concerned market would grow at a constructive CAGR until 2027.
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Termite control services market is highly fragmented with presence of a large number of local and regional players who hold sway in a particular state or city. Established players in the termite control services market are in constant seek for entering into strategic partnerships or merger & acquisition activities with the regional competitors, to capitalize on their service-specific offerings, thereby expanding their customer base and global footprint alike.
- Atlanta-based Arrow Exterminators recently announced its merger and acquisition of the Knockout Pest & Termite, which would strengthen its presence in Southern Alabama’s commercial & residential pest and termite control services market. The acquisition provides Arrow with eight service centers of Knockout throughout the Alabama state.
- Rollins has recently strengthened its position in Kansas and Oklahoma with acquisition of the Ponca City – a pest control service provider. This acquisition will offer Rollins with Ponca’s P.E.S.T machine – an electrostatic duster, along with procedures and protocols.
Semiochemicals Gain Momentum as Efficacious IPM Strategy in Termite Control
Advancements in strategies of integrated pest management (IPM) have observed significant escalations, upheld particularly by contribution of chemical ecology. Public demand and environmental concerns associated with use of toxic pesticides and insecticides for managements of pests, such as termites, have led to development of sustainable alternatives such as “semiochemicals” – a novel discovery of chemical ecology. Semiochemicals currently seek extensive adoption in pest management as sex pheromones, thereby attracting more and more termite control services providers to inculcate the technique. Relative specificity, low toxicity and greater potency of semiochemicals are key attributes that have proliferated their demand in termite control services, as eco-friendly alternatives to pesticides and insecticides. Currently, semiochemicals-based termite control services are offered as pheromone lures and traps for monitoring reasons, meanwhile being leveraged for the development of mating disruption techniques.
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Termite control services providers are increasingly embracing adoption of smart techniques, which prevent costly infestations through sustainable solutions. Constant monitoring and instant reactive steps offered by such smart techniques has become a new focus area for termite control services providers to adopt. Providers who emphasize on the provision of intelligent, digital process-based termite control services, which facilitate detection of blind spots and around-the-clock surveillance, are likely to witness promising growth prospects in the foreseeable future. IoT and artificial intelligence are also witnessed to have gradually permeated the area of termite control services, with connected devices and sensors simplifying trapping processes, along with the provision of real-time monitoring and notifications.
Anticimex’s SMART digital trap is a prime example of such an IoT development in termite control services. Additionally, advanced termite control services include use of camera-equipped drones that offer a bird’s eye view of termite issues, emerging not only as safer option for service providers but also optimizing the processes and cutting-down manpower costs in the long-run.
Continuation of Adequate Termite Control Measures Essential for Curtailing Structural Damage
Determination of potency or incidence of termite damage to residential and commercial structures is not yet accurate, however the construction industry, in co-operation with the governments, continues to recommend adequate control measures to reduce structural risk & costs apropos of termite damage. For example, the Building Code of Australia necessitates structural components of new buildings to be safe from termite damage. Considerable research & development activities are being taken into broader range of efficacious alternatives to hand-spraying of insecticides and pesticides, which in turn has resulted in development of cost-effective and innovative solutions such as pre-construction termite control and use of smart pest control techniques.
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