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Skyline Merges With Arrow Environmental Services

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The Georgia company has merged with Arrow Environmental Services, a Sarasota, Fla.-based operation..

| November 19, 2013

ATLANTA, Ga. — Skyline Pest Solutions, a pest control, termite control and wildlife services in Georgia, has merged with Arrow Environmental Services, a Sarasota, Fla.-based company. 

Arrow Environmental Services, built on a family tradition established more than 100 years ago, iprovides sustainable solutions termite, pest and wildlife control, TAP insulation, lawn and ornamental services and irrigation services in the state of Florida. With parallel goals and focus on customer service and satisfaction, this merger allows for the growth that Skyline Managing Partner Brian Butler has long envisioned.  “Skyline’s name, brand, employees and service will remain the same,” said Butler.  “We will ensure that with our growth, our quality and customer service remain at a high level.”

Skyline will continue to offer pest, termite and wildlife services to its current and new customers in the residential, commercial and real estate markets.
 

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