Pest Control Caloundra – Maroochydore
When Chris joined one of Europe’s largest cleaning companies over twenty years ago, the recruiter was particularly interested in his Navy career Chris says with a laugh, that they knew that anyone who had survived the rigorous cleaning requirements on board ship would have high standards and ensure that the job was done right the first time.
It was during this time that Chris received extensive training, not only about best practices for a multitude of different cleaning situations from night clubs to hospitals, he also learned about Workplace Health & Safety issues, the chemistry of treatments and the physiology of insects.
During the last 19 years, Chris who is a Queensland Health Department licensed pest controller, has owned his own business with his wife and business partner, Michelle.
Chris is fastidious in “keeping up” with developments in the Pest Control Industry. He is also licensed to carry out timber pest inspections & termite management and is a member of the BSA (Building Services Association). He is a true and caring professional when it comes to being aware of what’s best and most efficient!
Michelle has a financial services background. Having worked as an administrator for many years she has a keen sense of both customer service and business management practices.
She is the behind the scenes organiser, communicating with clients, and ensuring the smooth running of the business.
Both Chris and Michelle are committed and responsible business operators who are regularly involved in on-going training to remain abreast of changes and advances within their field.
Chris and Michelle have two adult daughters. Both were educated locally and graduated from Queensland universities. The eldest is an Audiologist working England and the youngest is a special needs teacher in Melbourne. They also have a son who is presently studying at university in Brisbane.
They have been living in the same home for the past 23 years where they settled after migrating to Australia from England in 1990.
They claim that since leaving England they have never looked back and express great affection for Australia’s way of life and “perpetual sunshine”.