Atlanta, Ga.-based Arrow Exterminators opened four new offices to serve the Alabama, Georgia and Tennessee markets. These locations will offer residential customers pest and termite control, as well as wildlife control services in select locations.
The new offices are located in Blue Ridge, Ga.; Peachtree City, Ga.; Knoxville, Tenn.; and the south Mobile area of Alabama. They will enable Arrow to better serve these communities and surrounding areas. In addition, they will help accommodate recent growth and provide career advancement opportunities for Arrow team members.
“Because of our recent growth over the past year, we saw a need in these markets for residential pest control services,” said Arrow President and COO Tim Pollard. “Whether it be an existing location we already service or expanding into a new area, we are excited to roll out the welcome wagon to our customers.”
The company has a long history of giving back to the communities it serves, both on the corporate and local levels.
“Being a family-owned and operated company for 57 years, we strongly value family and community,” said Arrow CEO Emily Thomas Kendrick. “Our passion is one of the key components of not only providing exceptional service to our customers, but also being involved in the communities where we serve.”
ABOUT ARROW EXTERMINATORS
Family-owned and -operated since 1964, Atlanta, Ga.-based Arrow Exterminators is the sixth largest pest and termite control company in the United States, ranked by revenue. Arrow boasts a modern fleet of more than 2,500 vehicles, 144 service centers, 2,750 team members with revenues exceeding $300 million and in 2021 was named the No. 1 Top Workplace in Atlanta by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. With QualityPro Certification by the National Pest Management Association, the company offers innovative and environmentally responsible services to protect homes and businesses of customers in Alabama, Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia.