Thoughts on the pressures on the pest control industry

Looking at the trapping market and how the higher cost of staffing with affect the pest control market.

 

I thought through how much the price of labour will squeeze the tools and methodology of pest control. 

Not only with cost of staff changing but the tools are changing tool.
As I have mentioned in previous posts there are a number of laws in the pipeline to outlaw some spring  traps and reduce the access to poison. 
Which puts a lot of emphasis on deterrent and more higher value traps. Traps which both take less time to deploy, work without being regularly checked and further can left along and report as to the effectiveness of the traps work. 
A trap that works without being checked  is inheritly needed to reload. 
On the market today there is a few options St the moment accept the goodnature series of traps.