Pensacola, Florida — Superior Spray Service Opens New Branch In North Florida located in Pensacola, FL. This branch serves residents and business owners throughout Escambia, Santa Rosa and Okaloosa Counties. This expansion comes at a time when the company is experiencing significant growth and success.
Kevin Blanks founded Superior Spray Service Inc. in 2003. He noticed a need for a quality and reliable pest control service in central Florida. Since its inception, Superior Spray Service Inc. and its employees have proven their commitment to providing their customers with exceptional pest control through numerous certifications and continuing education. Superior Spray Service Inc. earned the title of Best Pest Control Company in Central Florida for 2019 in light of these commitments.
Superior Spray’s North Florida branch will provide indoor and outdoor pest control services including general pest control, along with the removal and protection against rodents, bed bugs, termites, and other biting or stinging insects. The Pensacola branch will work in consonance with the central Florida branch and headquarters of Superior Spray Service Inc. located in Lakeland, FL.
“This is a tremendous opportunity for us to be a part of the greater Pensacola area. We look forward to serving our community, and helping people have peace of mind when it comes to their pest control needs.” says branch manager Larry Kelly.
Kelly previously served as branch manager of Superior Spray Service in central Florida for 6 years. He also served as the Termite Division Manager for 3 years in the Central Florida office. He is excited to be bringing his extensive pest control experience of over 20 years to the Pensacola area. Kelly is also a US Air Force and Desert Storm veteran. As a veteran, Larry understands the hardship of leaving family behind while deployed. He feels honored to provide discounts to all active duty service members, veterans, and first responders. “We are committed to keeping your loved ones safe from pests, while you’re away keeping us safe.”