Turner Pest Control, an anticimex company based in Jacksonville, Florida, acquired Hobson’s Termite and Pest Solutions on December 30, 2020.
Hobson’s Termite and Pest Solutions, based in Sarasota, Florida, provides comprehensive pest control services for the residential and commercial sectors. Company owner, Paul Hobson, has over 15 years of industry experience and state certifications in termite management, pest control and rodent elimination.
“Our company has a lot in common with Turner Pest Control,” said Hobson. “We both started as a local family business and have focused on customer satisfaction throughout our years of growth. Friendly, professional service and constant innovation have been key to our success and we know Turner will continue this tradition. “
“Hobson termite and pest control solutions are a great addition to the Turner team,” said Bill Talon, president of Turner Pest Control. “They have made it a priority to provide their customers with exceptional customer service through highly qualified staff and bespoke programs. We are committed to ensuring that Hobson Termite and Pest Solutions customers continue to receive the same high level of service and attention. “
Turner Pest provides pest control services to residential and commercial customers in Florida and South Georgia. With this latest acquisition, the company expands the team currently providing pest control services to its Sarasota customers.
ABOUT TURNER PEST CONTROL
Turner, an Anticimex company, provides comprehensive pest control services to residential and business customers in Florida and South Georgia. This acquisition continues the company’s planned growth strategy in the state.
Turner Pest Control was founded in 1971 and is a member of the National Pest Management Association and QualityPro certified. Turner offers pest control, termite prevention, lawn services and bed bug control, as well as its exclusive TurnerGuard all-in-one solution for pest and termite prevention.
The company employs more than 300 full-time pest control experts, including the five ACEs and 37 state-certified technicians.