American Pest purchases Annapolis Pest Control

|  July 23, 2019

American Pest, an Anticimex company servicing the Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia markets, acquires Annapolis Pest Control in its 10th acquisition.

IMAGE: AMERICAN PEST

IMAGE: AMERICAN PEST

Annapolis Pest Control is headquartered in Anne Arundel County, Md., and has protected the area from pests for more than 30 years. Jack and Jan Schroeder have gathered an experienced team of pest professionals that service both residential homes and commercial properties throughout the area.

“Annapolis Pest Control has a reputation for providing honest and professional advice to their customers,” says David Billingsly, president of American Pest. “This acquisition will allow us to increase density in the area and offer more scheduling opportunities for our nearby clients.”

The acquisition of Annapolis Pest Control brings seven new pest professionals to the American Pest team in Maryland.

Established in 1925, Fulton, Md.-based American Pest provides integrated pest management solutions for residential, commercial and government properties. Its team consists of four board certified entomologists, eleven associate certified entomologists, more than 30 state certified technicians, a K-9 bed bug detection team and more than 100 employees. Services provided by American Pest are QualityPro and GreenPro accredited by the National Pest Management Association.

Stockholm, Sweden-based Anticimex is a full-service pest control company that operates in 18 countries worldwide. In the United States, the company services New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and a number of other states through its U.S.-based subsidiaries. The company entered the North American market in August 2016 through the acquisition of Bug Doctor, based in New Jersey. It continued its expansion with the acquisition of American Pest in September of that year.

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