Mosquito season is officially upon us. While most backyard barbecues won’t kick-off for a few more months, mosquitos are already gearing up to give us a run for our money this year. American Pest Control has helped customers take back their yards with our “Nosquito” service for 50 years. Mosquito season around here lasts from … More It actually is easy being green!
With Spring quickly approaching, are you ready for the threat of termite swarmers? The most destructive pest we encounter is on its way, unfortunately. Termites are responsible for more damage than all natural disasters combined and cause more than $5 billion worth of damage each year. One question we hear frequently is “How can I … More Pest Forecast: What’s Coming Up?
The smell of pine, the sound of your favorite Christmas carol, the feel of the snow beneath your feet (well, not in Georgia). These are all things we might associate with that precious moment, once a year, when we bring in the famed Christmas Tree. However, you may not be the only one singing “Oh Christmas tree, Oh … More “Bah-Hum-Bugs”
It is that time of the year again. The Holidays. That means it’s time for Pumpkin Pie and Apple Cider, as well as warm sweaters and out of town guests. However, your great aunt Martha may not be the only guest you have this season. Winter is a prime breeding season for squirrels. Most species of … More Squirrels for the Holidays
For our first employee spotlight, we sat down with our 2016 American Pest Control Woman of the Year award winner, Beverly Roper! You recently were selected as the APC Woman of the Year. What did you think when your name was announced? I was surprised! I looked at Laurie and said “I’m going to cry!” … More Employee Spotlight: Beverly Roper
American Pest Control introduced the Gene Higginbotham Memorial Scholarship in May 2016. Gene Higginbotham founded American Pest Control in 1971. He valued family, education, and community as top priorities for his company. Mr. Higginbotham passed away on August 30th, 2015 and the scholarship was created in his honor by family and employees to continue his … More Gene Higginbotham Memorial Scholarship
The American Wildlife Management department has grown exponentially since it began in 2011. With service expansions and the addition of several experienced wildlife technicians, our goal is to better serve our customers and have the ability to do even more for our communities! Dudley Spence – Wildlife Manager Dudley has grown the wildlife division and introduced … More Meet the APC Wildlife Team
Here at American Pest Control, we take continuing education for all of our employees seriously. The pest control industry looks a lot different today than it did fifty, twenty, or even ten years ago so we know how important it is to stay up to date on industry technology. All of our managers, technicians, and … More Behind the Scenes: Training at APC
Athens, GA – Heather King joined American Pest Control in Athens, GA in March of 2016 as the Training and Development Specialist, bringing with her more than 11 years of corporate and technical training experience in the industry. Originally from Belton, South Carolina, she earned her Bachelor of Science in Crop and Soil Environmental Sciences from Clemson University. She … More American Pest Control Introduces Training and Development Specialist
American Pest Control introduced the Gene Higginbotham Memorial Scholarship this May. Gene Higginbotham founded American Pest Control in 1971. He valued family, education, and community as top priorities for his company. Mr. Higginbotham passed away August 30th, 2015 and the scholarship was created in his honor by family and employees to continue his legacy. For … More Gene Higginbotham Memorial Scholarship