Arrow Exterminators Opens 4 Residential Pest Control Locations
Arrow Exterminators, based in Atlanta, Georgia, opened four new offices to serve the Alabama, Georgia and Tennessee markets. These locations will offer private customers pest and termite control and wildlife control services at selected locations.
The new offices are in Blue Ridge, Georgia; Peachtree City, Georgia; Knoxville, Tennessee; and the southern Mobile area of Alabama. They will enable Arrow to better serve these communities and the surrounding areas. In addition, they will help cope with recent growth and provide career opportunities for members of the Arrow team.
“Because of our recent growth over the past year, we’ve seen a need for residential pest control services in these markets,” said Tim Pollard, President and COO of Arrow. “Whether it is an existing location that we are already serving or expanding into a new area, we are happy to make the welcome trolley available to our customers.”
The company has a long history of giving back to the communities it serves, at both corporate and local levels.
“As a family-owned and operated company for 57 years, we place great value on family and community,” said Emily Thomas Kendrick, CEO of Arrow. “Our passion is one of the key components not only to provide exceptional service to our customers, but also to get involved in the communities in which we operate.”
ABOUT ARROW EXTERMINATORS
Arrow Exterminators is family owned and operated since 1964. Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, the company is the sixth largest pest and termite control company in the United States by sales. Arrow has a modern fleet of more than 2,500 vehicles, 144 service centers, 2,750 team members with over $ 300 million in revenue and was named the # 1 Atlanta Top Workplace by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution in 2021. With the QualityPro certification from the National Pest Management Association, the company provides innovative and environmentally sound services to protect homes and businesses for customers in Alabama, Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Texas Virginia.