Bug Busters acquires Crown Pest Control


August 10, 2023


From left: Grafton Hale, owner of Crown Pest Control; Court Parker, CEO of Bug Busters; and Donna Hale, Grafton’s wife. PHOTO: BUG BUSTERS

Atlanta, Ga.-based Bug Busters acquired Crown Pest Control, a pest control company in Auburn, Ga.

With this acquisition, Bug Busters further solidifies its position as a premier provider of comprehensive pest management solutions in the region.

Crown Pest Control has served Barrow and Gwinnett counties in Georgia for more than 30 years, earning a reputation for its exceptional customer service and effective pest control techniques, according to a news release announcing the acquisition. Now, as the owner Grafton Hale retires after a distinguished career in pest management, Bug Busters will carry on Crown Pest Control’s legacy.

“We are excited to welcome Crown Pest Control and its valued customers into the Bug Busters family,” Court Parker, CEO of Bug Busters, said in the news release. “This acquisition aligns perfectly with our growth strategy and allows us to extend our services to a wider customer base. We are committed to upholding Crown Pest Control’s outstanding reputation while providing our new customers with top-notch pest management solutions.”

Bug Busters’ acquisition of Crown Pest Control is part of the company’s ongoing commitment to expanding its operations and providing exceptional pest management services throughout Georgia. The team at Bug Busters is confident the integration of Crown Pest Control’s expertise and resources will strengthen their ability to serve customers with the highest quality solutions available.

About Bug Busters

Bug Busters has been serving the Southeast since 1984. With branch offices in Georgia and Tennessee, the company offers environmentally friendly pest control services including general pest control, termite control, wildlife control, mosquito control and more.


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Ellen Wagner is a former digital editor for PMP magazine.

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