Orkin Commercial opens 2 Florida branches
Two new Orkin Commercial branches opened in Naples and Jacksonville, Fla.
The expanded branches opened to accommodate the company’s growing team and to offer commercial-specific services to businesses throughout each local market.
The new Jacksonville commercial branch will continue to offer pest control services to local businesses in the communities of Atlantic Beach, Bryceville, Callahan, Doctors Inlet, Elkton, Fernandina Beach, Fleming Island, Green Cove Springs, Hastings, Hilliard, Jacksonville, Jacksonville Beach, Keystone Heights, Lake Geneva, Middleburg, Neptune Beach, Orange Park, Penney Farms, Ponte Vedra, Ponte Vedra Beach, Saint Augustine, Saint Johns and Yulee.
The new Naples commercial branch will continue to offer pest control services to local businesses in the communities of Bonita Springs, Captiva, Chokoloskee, Copeland, Estero, Everglades City, Fort Myers, Fort Myers Beach, Goodland, Immokalee, Macro Island, Naples and Sanibel .
Both of the new branches will provide services to commercial, industrial and institutional properties.
“We’re excited about the expansions,” said Orkin Commercial Region Manager Greg Saladino. “As the demand for quality commercial pest control services in these markets continues to grow, so does our team. Our new locations in these markets will allow us to develop relationships and cater services specifically to a commercial business audience from a larger home base.”
Both the Naples and Jacksonville locations are currently hiring for account managers and technicians, and additional opportunities will be available in the coming months to assist their growing teams at each branch location.
Founded in 1901 by Pest Management Professional (PMP) Hall of Famer Otto Orkin (Class of 1999), Atlanta, Ga.-based Orkin is an industry leader in essential pest control services and protection against termite damage, rodents and insects. Its parent company is Rollins Inc., the chairman of which is PMP Hall of Famer Gary W. Rollins (Class of 2012).