Lisbon CT – Debug Pest Control, a family-owned company serving Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and Connecticut, has acquired Acorn Exterminating. This acquisition is part of Debug’s planned growth strategy and marks their 4th acquisition. Acorn has serviced Southeastern Connecticut for 32 years and is owned by Bill Coffey. Bill is a trained Entomologist, dedicated to solving pest issues
Bill is one of ten participants chosen from across North America to participate in the National Pest Management Association (NPMA)’s Executive Leadership Program Fairfax, Virginia: The National Pest Management Association (NPMA) has selected Bill Horgan, President of Debug Pest Control, to its Class of 2020. Over the next two years, Bill and his peers will
We’re wrapping-up our first year as participants in Pledge 1%, and we’re amazed to see how transformational this pledge has been for our team. Our company, Debug Pest Control is just as the name would suggest: a pest control company. People don’t really expect a pest control company to be socially engaged or visibly active
Like many new business owners, when Bill took over the company, he was focused on growth and the bottom line. But, he wanted his family’s pest control business to be more than a mom-and-pop operation. In eight years, the company grew 300%. Read about Debug’s transformation on PBN.
Local Pest Control Company Decides to Put Caring at the Forefront of Their Business Approach A new year often brings a new perspective, and 2018 is Debug Pest Control’s Year of Caring. The family-owned and operated business headed by Bill and Trish Horgan has long held onto one of its most important core values: “We
In early spring, URI facilites management noticed that historic Quinn Hall was housing a large honyebee colony inside the walls of the front door entrance. When they discovered the hive, facilities managers at URI called Debug Pest Control. Bill Horgan arrived on campus, and started to pry behind the wood facade. It was active and large.
Bill Horgan, owner and operator of Debug Pest Control in Rhode Island was interviewed for this article in Pest Control Management magazine. PCT magazine sampled over 10,000 pest control owners and operators across the United States for this article. The phrase “Proudly Unemployable” in the title might catch you off guard. After all, who would
Debug’s Bill Horgan, general manager and owner, took some time last week to talk with Rhode Island Homes. He answered 7 questions that will help the average homeowner keep their house pest-free. There are countless “Do-it-yourself” (DIY) products out there. They work pretty well if used correctly. This means you MUST read the label. Only
Debug Pest Control has joined the U.S. EPA’s Pesticide Environmental Stewardship Program (PESP), a voluntary program that forms partnerships with pesticide users to reduce the potential health and environmental risks associated with pesticide use. By joining, Debug has pledged that environmental stewardship is an integral part of pest management. IPM is an effective and environmentally sensitive approach to pest