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North Fulton Pest Solutions Opens New Corporate Office and Training Center

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The new 6,600-square-foot facility will house the NFPS corporate operations, as well as the Alpharetta branch.

| March 8, 2010

ALPHARETTA, Ga. — North Fulton Pest Solutions (NFPS) announces the opening of their new office location in Alpharetta, Georgia. The new 6,600 square foot facility will house their corporate operations, as well as the Alpharetta branch. This new complex will also be home to the new 1,500 square feet training center, set to open this summer. 
 
Joey Edwards, CEO of NFPS, stated “We are proud of our new state of the art facility.  This now positions NFPS to expand our operations and to broaden our services both related to the pest control industry, as well as the implementation of new services outside the scope of our industry.  We have exciting plans regarding the future of NFPS, to be released later this year.” 
 
North Fulton Pest Solutions is celebrating its’ 40th anniversary serving the Atlanta metro area and surrounding counties.  They currently provide services for termite control, pest control, mosquitoes, moisture control, wildlife exclusions & animal removal, insulation removal & installation and gutter caps.

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