Allgood Pest Solutions transitions to Active Pest Control


March 8, 2022


Allgood Pest Solutions announced a transition to the Active Pest Control brand in the Georgia market.

“For us, it will always be about the customer, and that will continue in the transition from Allgood Pest Solutions to Active Pest Control,” said John Myers, president and CEO of Rentokil, parent company of Active Pest Control.

Myers said the partnership will add expertise and efficiencies to better “protect people and enhance lives through quality pest control.” The transition will benefit customers by providing more than 80 years of combined experience, innovative solutions and pest control service.

Active Pest Control provides full-service pest control, termite, wildlife removal and exclusion services for Atlanta, Ga., and surrounding counties. Active Pest Control is part of Rentokil.

About Rentokil North America

Active Pest Control and Allgood Pest Solutions are part of the Rentokil family of brands. For more than 80 years, Rentokil North America has been protecting people and enhancing lives.

Established in the United Kingdom in 1927, Rentokil Initial operates in more than 60 countries and provides facility management services including: pest control, interior landscaping, hygiene washroom solutions, integrated facilities services and more.

In North America, Rentokil consists of several trusted residential and commercial pest control companies – including Rentokil, Ehrlich, Florida Pest Control, Presto-X and Western Exterminator. Additionally, Rentokil North America operates business services companies including Ambius, specializing in hand, air and surface hygiene solutions with Hygiene360 as well as interior landscaping and scenting; Steritech, offering food safety and operational assessments; SOLitude Lake Management, providing lake and pond solutions; and Vector Disease Control International, which serves governments and municipalities with mosquito control services.


About the Author

Ellen Wagner is a former digital editor for PMP magazine.

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