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Massey Services Acquires Austin-Based Green Pest Services

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The joining of the two companies further expands Massey Services’ residential pest prevention services footprint throughout Texas.

| August 26, 2014

ORLANDO, Fla. — Harvey L. Massey, chairman and CEO of Massey Services, announces the purchase of Green Pest Services, a pest management company in Austin, Texas.

“We are pleased to welcome the Green Pest team members and customers to the Massey Services family,” said Mr. Massey. “We look for companies built on the values we share and have a similar culture as our own.  Green Pest was a perfect fit for our organization as they share our same commitment to total customer satisfaction and to providing environmentally responsible services.”

The joining of the two companies further expands Massey Services’ residential pest prevention services footprint throughout Texas.  Massey Services currently provides residential and commercial services in the Dallas/Ft. Worth, Houston and San Antonio markets.     

Green Pest Services was recognized with the 2013 Angie’s List Super Service Award, provided for outstanding service based on member feedback. This prestigious honor is provided to less than 5% of the companies on Angie’s List.
 

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