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HomeTeam Pest Defense Receives 'Partners of Choice' Award

Firm recognized by David Weekley Homes home builders, receives 'A' rating.

| July 30, 2012

DALLAS, Texas – HomeTeam Pest Defense has received the “Partners of Choice” Award from David Weekley Homes, HomeTeam announced. 

HomeTeam is the only pest and termite control service company to receive this industry award, the firm said. The company received an “A” rating for quality in David Weekley Homes’ Supplier Evaluation System, and marks the second year in a row Home Team has won the award. The recognition puts HomeTeam in the top 10 percent of all suppliers to David Weekley Homes, the third largest privately held home builder in the U.S., HomeTeam said.
 
“We are honored to receive this award again from David Weekley Homes,” said Dirk Korte, vice president of national accounts with HomeTeam. “This award represents the hard work and dedication of all HomeTeam employees. It is an honor to earn an ‘A’ quality for our products and services. We are very proud of this outstanding accomplishment and view David Weekley Homes as a valued builder partner.”
 
For more information on HomeTeam, visit www.PestDefense.com.
 

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