Allgood Services of Georgia, Inc. acquired by Rentokil
Allgood Services of Georgia, Inc. (“ASGI”), based in Duluth, Georgia, was acquired by Rentokil North America on February 1, 2017. This is one of two companies operating in Georgia as Allgood Pest Solutions. Allgood Services, Inc., headquartered in Dublin, Georgia, was not included in this transaction.
ASGI, ranked number 29 on the 2016 PCT Top 100 list, is one of the largest pest control companies in the Southeastern United States. The Company was founded in 1991 by members of the Tindol and Allgood families. At its outset, the Company’s services were predominantly offered throughout the Atlanta Metro Area; however, both organic and acquisition growth resulted in the Company becoming a regional provider.
The acquisition brings 13 branch offices covering northern and coastal Georgia plus eastern Tennessee and a team of 260 colleagues including 140 pest control specialists. The Company offers residential and commercial pest control, as well as termite, mosquito, bed bug, and wild life control. All current employees will stay on and the existing leadership will remain in place to run the operations going forward.
“We are very excited to have acquired Allgood Pest Solutions of Duluth, Georgia. The addition of such a quality team serving the key Southeast market allows us to strengthen both our residential and commercial capabilities,” said John Myers, president and CEO, Rentokil Steritech. “We immediately recognized a strong cultural compatibility between our companies as our teams both deeply value the importance of delivering superior customer service to residential and commercial customers.”
“This move marks the start of a great partnership with Rentokil Steritech and we are thrilled to join forces with such a well-run and growth oriented organization,” said Chuck Tindol, Senior VP of Marketing and Sales for Allgood Services of Georgia, Inc.
Lance Tullius, LR Tullius, Inc., represented and acted as exclusive financial advisor to Allgood Services of Georgia, Inc. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.