Unveils Redesigned Platform to Share Advice and Connect Users with Local, Qualified Pest Control Experts

The National Pest Management Association makes updates to popular consumer website to drive functionality and provide a seamless user experience

FAIRFAX, VA (November 29, 2023)The National Pest Management Association (NPMA), a nonprofit organization committed to protecting homes and businesses from the health and property threats posed by pests, has unveiled a fresh, new look for its consumer website, The site is an educational hub designed to inform homeowners, apartment dwellers and commercial businesses about various structural and vector pests such as ants, bed bugs, cockroaches, mosquitoes, rodents, termites and ticks and the threats they pose to both health and property.

“We are thrilled to unveil the new after undergoing a year-long redesign process,” said Dr. Jim Fredericks, senior vice president of public affairs for NPMA. “The site, which reaches more than 6 million visitors a year, is a valuable resource for anyone looking for information about how to protect against pests, giving them a full understanding of how insects, arachnids and rodent pests can impact their homes and families’ health, how they can work to prevent pest problems, and when to call a professional for help.”

The redesign includes a streamlined navigation, modern look for all sections of the website, including the homepage, Pest Guides and Find a Pro locator tool that helps consumers locate a qualified pest control company in their area. A new multimedia section now hosts informative videos, press releases and infographics, while a dedicated news hub displays educational articles written by NPMA entomologists and pest experts. Additionally, the site has been updated with new pest photography and a new logo to match the contemporary design. 

For those who want to see which pest is infesting their home, an interactive Pest Identifier tool is coming to in Spring 2024. Using a short series of questions, the tool will help consumers identify various pests based on appearance and location it was found.

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About the National Pest Management Association

The NPMA, a non-profit organization with more than 5,500 members, was established in 1933 to support the pest management industry’s commitment to the protection of public health, food and property from the diseases and dangers of pests. For more information, visit or follow @PestWorld on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, TikTok and YouTube.