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Integrity Termite and Pest Control Expands

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The Mesa, Ariz.-based company has opened a 4,000-square-foot facility.

Brad Harbison | June 4, 2010

MESA, Ariz. - Integrity Termite and Pest Control (ITPC) announced the opening of its new Mesa office. The 4,000-square-foot facility houses the office staff on the first floor along with a large storage bay. The company’s service technicians have the second floor.

“I am very proud of our new facility and the team members who have worked so hard over the years to make this happen,” said Don Hammond, owner of ITPC.

Hammond is a 24-year industry veteran who began his career with Middleton Pest control. “They really taught me the business. I started as a helper to a lawn spray technician and moved up the ladder as far as regional manager in Phoenix with Sears Termite and Pest Control.”

Hammond purchased Integrity Pest Control in 1998 and added termite control. ITPC began with one truck and has grown to include 12 trucks, generating seven-digit yearly profits.

 

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