1. American Pest Acquires Fidelity Exterminating


American Pest Acquires Fidelity Exterminating

American Pest - a subsidiary of Anticimex and US Capitol region's premier pest management firm - acquires Fidelity Exterminating Specialists, Inc. in latest acquisition.

Fulton, MD, April 9, 2019 - American Pest, Washington DC's time-honored pest management company, acquires Fidelity Exterminating Specialists, Inc. - a pest control firm serving parts of Maryland.

Fidelity Exterminating was founded in Cambridge, Maryland in 1949 and has a solid reputation among its customers for offering exceptional and professional pest control services for local residential homes and private businesses.

"With the acquisition of Fidelity," says David Billingsly, President of American Pest, "we will expand our Maryland service territory north into Baltimore and Harford counties. Fidelity and American Pest share a reputation of environmentally safe services, integrity and dedication to our customers. I am looking forward to expanding our client reach as well as offering our new and existing employee’s opportunities to develop within our growing organization."

Bernie Cox, Fidelity owner, added: "Fidelity has been known for treating our employees and customers with respect and dignity. We will continue to provide excellent service and partner our teams to ensure our customers receive the best of the best."

The acquisition of Fidelity Exterminating Specialists brings 7 professionals to American Pest’s growing team.

About American Pest: American Pest, a part of Anticimex Group, has been providing Integrated Pest Management (IPM) solutions in Washington DC, Maryland and Northern Virginia since 1925. Our team consists of over 230 brand ambassadors - specialists in pest prevention and customer experience. We credit our longstanding tradition of excellence to our people, who provide quality pest control solutions to over 16,000 homes and businesses and millions of square feet of federal offices and institutions throughout our nation's capital.