In an effort to communicate more effectively with our customers Independent Pest Control Sydney has decided to add blogging capability to its web site. The WordPress software now seems mature enough that we are able to base our blog on it. Stay tuned for tips on remaining free from pests, news about the company, and items of personal interest to IPCS staff.
I’m really starting to get into this blogging thing. I hereby resolve to blog every day for the next month.
Well, here she goes. This morning I had oatmeal for breakfast. Then I got into me trusty truck and headed out to look for pests. Then I … not so easy this everyday bit.
Keep wanting to add to this journal, but too busy with pests.
Finally got back to a book I started years ago, Bachofen’s Mutterrecht. Seems pretty archaic now, but still has currency with the frequent articles on discoveries of ‘Venus’ or Mother Goddess figurines. I hope to get to Cynthia Eller’s book next.
Well, the month came and went without much writing. Basically, trying to live online while working offline is too much trouble.
IPCS is pleased to announce that it has been short-listed for the Annual Cockatoo Island Inspection Tender. The IPCS team of experts proposes to scour every nook and cranny to locate and eradicate pests.
IPCS has won the tender to supply inspection services to Cockatoo Island on an annual basis beginning in March of 2006. The competition was extremely strident and we thank the IPCS staff who spent many hours producing the more than 200 pages of tendering documentation. In the end I think the selection committee was persuaded that the breadth of IPCS knowledge and the depth of our experience made us the most qualified for the job.
We look forward to working with the staff of Cockatoo Island and to controlling any pests that may have found refuge there.
From time to time people ask if it is OK to tip IPCS staff. While tips are not common in this industry, if you feel you have received excellent service from a pest controller please feel free to show your appreciation with an appropriate gratuity.