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Investing the quality products and most effective pest control practices is a big part of who we are at Command, but to provide our high level treatments and service, it also takes the right people. We enjoy shining a spotlight on the technicians and staff that make the great work we do possible, and today, we’re featuring Jeff Brock, one of our outstanding pest control and termite technicians.

What are your main responsibilities with Command?

Kill bugs. I can perform all of our services, but I mostly focus on termite treatment. I also do minor carpentry on termite damage replacement.

Tell us a little about your background. How did you get into pest control?

I got my start in construction, but then decided I’d like to get into pest control.

What do you enjoy most about your job?

Meeting new people. Everyone has a story!

What qualities make a good pest control technician?

A good pest control technician needs to be well rounded and adaptable. You never know what you’re going to find when you show up to a work site.

What do you think sets Command apart from other pest control companies?

We get the job done right – every time.

What is your favorite part of working here?

I enjoy getting to be out on my own. I feel like I’m really trusted here, and I’m allowed to go get the job done without being micromanaged.

Name one of your more memorable moments on the job.

Seeing a bunch of termites eating on a house, and climbing up under the house and seeing a bunch of tubes.

What’s one thing about pest control that would shock most people?

The way people live. I’ll walk in to a house with clothes strewn everywhere and I wonder how they can call the place home!

What do you wish the general public knew about pest control that most people don’t?

Keep your house clean! So many pest problems I see could easily be prevented by keeping things cleaned up.

Jeff’s enthusiasm for the pest control industry, meeting people and helping Command customers is the kind of people that we love to have on our team. Thanks for all you do, Jeff!

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