“Bah-Hum-Bugs”

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”

Gene Higginbotham Memorial Scholarship

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

APC in the Community

American Pest Control is a locally owned, family-run business. Our owners and employees live and are active in the communities that we serve. As a business, we try to be as involved in the community as possible, whether that be by volunteering, donating, sponsoring or just showing up! Our most recent initiative was to become … More APC in the Community

Southern Winter Weather Creates Perfect Storm for Termite Activity

There are a lot of moving parts to being a homeowner and many things to stay on top of throughout the year. One often overlooked aspect of home ownership is termite prevention and protection. Did you know that termites cause approximately $5 billion worth of damage to structures in the United States each year and is … More Southern Winter Weather Creates Perfect Storm for Termite Activity