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The Tampa, Fla.-based termite firm has added a new termite technician.

| March 20, 2013

TAMPA, Fla. - Citrugard Termite Control announed it has hired another staff member, Shaun Taylor, to join its team of termite control technicians.

In his new position as a termite control technician, Taylor will inspect commercial and residential properties for termite infestation and provide the proper control methods. He is specially trained in environmentally-friendly methods for both drywood termites and subterranean termites.

Prior to joining Citrugard, Taylor was a termite control technician for Ehrlich, a Rentokil company, in Boston for five years. Taylor's experience in inspections, proper use of high-caliber equipment and core philosophies in customer service will be an asset to Citrugard, according to the company.

 

 

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