Braman Recognized on Industry Top 100 List

Braman Termite and Pest Elimination a leading provider of pest management services in southern New England since 1890, today announced that the national trade publication, Pest Control Technology (PCT), has ranked Braman 47th on their 2015 list of the top 100 service providers. PCT’s annual list includes the industry’s 100 largest companies based on year-end revenues; the 2015 list is based on 2014 revenue reporting. According to PCT, the U.S. structural pest control industry generated an estimated $7.5 billion in total service revenue in 2014, a 3.5 percent increase from the $7.2 billion measured in 2013.

“This marks the third consecutive year that we have been listed in the top half of the nation’s leading pest control service providers. Last year, we ranked 48th,” said Jerry Lazarus, third-generation owner of Braman Termite and Pest Elimination. “We are the only pest control provider from southern New England to be included on the list, which shows that residents across New England consistently rely on Braman Termite and Pest Elimination to keep their home or business environments pest-free.”

PCT is recognized as the go-to source for pest elimination professionals, communicating industry leading news from world-class manufacturers along with information about training and certification. In all, 30 states and three Canadian provinces are included on the PCT Top 100 list. While Florida has 11 service providers and California has 10 on the list, there are only two New England companies represented.

Braman Termite and Pest Elimination, which has five service centers that serve southern New England and eastern New York, takes an integrated approach to pest elimination. Their methods include both nonchemical services and precisely targeted pesticide treatments that are safe for people, pets, and the environment. Over the years they have developed a reputation for resolving difficult pest issues for residential and commercial customers in all types of environments, including the hospitality, housing, health care, educational and food related industries ranging from manufacturing to retail.