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sawyerexterminating.com

Founded Year

1947

Stage

Acquired | Acquired

About Sawyer Exterminating

Sawyer Exterminating is a pest control operator that specializes in eco-friendly pest control and termite control solutions, lawn care, energy-saving insulation services, wildlife services for animal control and removal, mosquito control, and heating and cooling services.

Sawyer Exterminating Headquarter Location

401 Alamance Road

Burlington, North Carolina, 27215,

United States

336-226-1448

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Latest Sawyer Exterminating News

Northwest Exterminating Acquires Sawyer Exterminating (N.C.)

May 2, 2019

Northwest Exterminating Acquires Sawyer Exterminating (N.C.) This acquisition will allow Northwest to expand its footprint into the North Carolina area. MARIETTA, Ga – Northwest Exterminating announced the acquisition of Burlington, N.C.-based Sawyer Exterminating. Founded in 1947, Sawyer has a long-standing reputation in North Carolina for excellent customer service, honesty and family, Northwest Exterminating reports. This acquisition will allow Northwest to expand its footprint into the North Carolina area and will allow Sawyer Exterminating to continue to grow and serve the community. Northwest has grown to include over 25 service centers across four states in their 68-year history. The addition of Sawyer Exterminating will be the first segue into the North Carolina market for Northwest. With Sawyer part of the team, Northwest hopes to expand more eco- and family-friendly services to customers in the area. “We are excited to welcome the Sawyer team into the Northwest family. Their dedication to service and honesty is something that Northwest also strives for with each customer,” said Stanford Phillips, co-president of Northwest. “We are grateful Sawyer Exterminating has chosen to trust Northwest to move forward and grow within the community.” Sawyer Exterminating will maintain its name and the team will continue to serve the Burlington, N.C. area. “We’re ready to dive head-first into a topic that many may deem unconventional when it comes to the industry standard,” said Sarah Latyn, host of “Insects and the City.”   Although there are numerous converters to the “No Prep” methodology, Latyn believes there are still many who don’t practice the protocol and are losing out on the benefits of it, especially those in the affordable housing industry. “We’ve seen in research from Rutgers University that bed bug infestations throughout buildings can be eliminated about 95 percent of the time without client participation,” Latyn said. “And considering that a vast majority of affordable housing communities include disabled and senior living that research illustrates why we don’t have to overwhelm clients with extensive prep lists that can be physically demanding.” Even though research has shown that most infestations can be eradicated without resident participation, Latyn explains that “No Prep” doesn’t necessarily mean no client cooperation whatsoever. “When we say ‘No Prep’ we don’t mean no client cooperation at all, we actually mean that what we are doing is performing an assessment-based protocol where a professional will come in and observe the bed bugs in their natural setting, undisturbed,” she said. “This allows the professional to perform a more targeted, effective treatment.” Latyn explained that she hopes this episode will shed some insight into the affordable housing industry and the way they handle bed bug infestations. “We’re hoping that these episodes will continue to help affordable housing communities get a handle on the bed bug infestations that they are dealing with on a daily basis,” she said. “Even if we’re able to help change one mind to think differently on the way they treat for bed bugs, it can impact so many of their residents and provide them with the relief that they deserve.”    Pictured: Ronnie Golding (left) accepts a plaque, congratulations, and other rewards from Scott Heath (right), co-owner of Aiken Pest Control in recognition of his 50th anniversary with the company. AIKEN, S.C. — Aiken Pest Control recently recognized termite technician Ronnie Golding on his 50th year with the company. Golding’s career with Aiken Pest Control began in 1969 when he was just 21. Following graduation from Aiken High School in 1966, the Aiken native spent a few years working in Florida before returning home to work for his uncle and Aiken Pest Control founder, Charles Heath. Golding has seen both Aiken Pest Control and its industry evolve over the decades. “When I started, there were just a few of us, but the company has grown to more than 80 employees,” said Golding. “There’s a lot more science and technology involved now, and we’re all committed to ongoing training so we can continue to be at our best for our customers.” Today, Golding works just 2 or 3 days a week, and admits it’s the people around him that keep him from retiring. “Our customers are great, and I enjoy the people I get to work with. Our company owners really care about their employees and stand behind their work. I’m proud to be a part of Aiken Pest Control.”  The company sponsored a cookout for all employees to celebrate Ronnie’s 50th anniversary. Terminix Service Awarded Guinness World Record for World's Largest Ant Farm The ant farm, measuring 4-feet long by 3-feet high by 3-inches wide, will serve as a temporary educational exhibit, exploring the natural tunneling of ants and their behaviors. The record-breaking ant farm, measuring 4-feet long by 3-feet high by 3-inches wide, will serve as a temporary educational exhibit, exploring the natural tunneling of ants and their behaviors. “As a leader in pest management, we want to help people learn about insects and how they impact the world around us,” shares Terminix Service Technical Director Kevin Hathorne, BCE. “We’re delighted to partner with Discovery Place on what promises to deliver a memorable experience for visitors of all ages.”   The exhibit will be on display at Discovery Place Science thru May 11 and features the record-breaking formicarium along with an interactive ‘ant scale’ that computes participants’ weight in ants. The ant farm includes 300 Western Harvester ants in ant gel to maximize viewing and observation. “This project has been a year and a half in the making and is a great opportunity for us connect with the community, gain positive attention and ultimately lift up the education side of our industry,” said Trevor Knox, vice president of sales and marketing. “We are excited to showcase the wonderful world of ants and celebrate a world record be broken at the same time.”     Rollins, Inc. Reports First Quarter 2019 Financial Results Rollins, Inc. reported recorded first quarter revenues of $429.1 million, an increase of 5.0% over the prior year's first quarter revenue of $408.7 million. ATLANTA -  Rollins, Inc. reported recorded first quarter revenues of $429.1 million, an increase of 5.0% over the prior year's first quarter revenue of $408.7 million. Rollins reported net income of $44.2 million or $0.14 per diluted share in the first quarter ended March 31, 2019, compared to $48.5 million or $0.15 per diluted share for the same period in 2018. Gary W. Rollins, Vice Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Rollins, Inc. stated, "We had a successful quarter even while feeling the effects of arctic weather and torrential rains in the country causing termites and other pests to remain dormant for the first quarter, however the company had improvements in both customer and employee retention. We look forward to warm weather and the spring pest season."   "Our operations were well prepared and ready for a spring that has been delayed in many parts of the United States. Additionally, several items negatively impacted our EPS for the quarter by 1.5 cents. Mainly a higher tax rate, the strengthening U.S. dollar against foreign currency, professional services expenses related to acquisitions and enhanced employee benefit participation, affected the quarter by an average of $1M each," stated Eddie Northen, Senior VP, CFO, and Treasurer of Rollins, Inc. The Company continues to expect to close the acquisition of Clark Pest Control of Stockton, Inc. located in Lodi, California during the second quarter of 2019. Closing remains subject to the receipt of regulatory clearance. Over the past month, we have completed the due diligence and met with expanded members of the Clark team and continue to be eager to bring them into our family of brands. Source: PRNewswire

  • When was Sawyer Exterminating founded?

    Sawyer Exterminating was founded in 1947.

  • Where is Sawyer Exterminating's headquarters?

    Sawyer Exterminating's headquarters is located at 401 Alamance Road, Burlington.

  • What is Sawyer Exterminating's latest funding round?

    Sawyer Exterminating's latest funding round is Acquired.

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