Since 1972, Gregory Pest Solutions has been dashing around the Upstate in our lime green trucks! We have worked very hard to ensure our customers and their loved ones remain safe from pests in their homes. We also use Smarter Pest Control™ to keep pests away without declaring war on nature. Our … Read more about 2017 Best of the Upstate Nominee
To Our Customers: With the rise in Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in the United States, the safety of our customers and employees remains our highest priority. We are taking this evolving situation very seriously and have assigned a designated team to continue to monitor and provide guidance to … Read more about COVID-19 Message
West Nile Virus has become a very real issue in South Carolina. Under the state term contract, we have already responded to needs for emergency mosquito treatment in Anderson County, Union County and Rock Hill, but the virus has affected yet another person in Spartanburg. Our course of action … Read more about Discovery of West Nile Virus Prompts Emergency Mosquito Treatment
This past year, Gregory has been fortunate enough to have a technician win PCT Magazine’s Residential Technician of the Year, and we have another employee reaching new heights who appeared in PestPro Magazine! Meet Don Foster. Don has been with Gregory since 1998 and started as a technician. He now … Read more about Don Foster of Gregory Pest Solutions Appears in PestPro Magazine
Why Eat-A-Bug? As a way of raising awareness and funds for the South Carolina Make-A-Wish Foundation, Gregory Pest Solutions conducted a fun and wildly successful campaign at several regional trade shows this Spring and Summer. Throughout the Southeast, Gregory Pest Solutions has been able to engage … Read more about Eat-A-Bug for Charity?
With floodwaters brought on by Hurricane Florence still being a concern in the Carolinas, an increase in mosquito populations has been a major concern for residents. The establishment of new sources of standing water allows for dormant eggs to hatch as well as create new breeding areas for … Read more about Floodwaters Prompt Emergency Mosquito Treatment Across South Carolina
Gregory Family Fun Day was created to celebrate our wonderful employees. This past July, we were fortunate enough to witness the passing of our new building’s one year anniversary! We think it’s pretty cool, so we wanted to give our employees a chance to show off the building to their families, … Read more about For the Love of Gregory!
Gregory Pest Solutions has quickly become the largest supplier of thermal bed bug treatment in the Southeast. The reason is understandable: Gregory’s smarter approach through its state-of-the-art Thermal Remediation® Heat Treatment process. This particular process allows Gregory to quickly eliminate … Read more about Gregory Now with Largest Fleet of Thermal Bed Bug Trucks
Gregory Pest Solutions performs one of the most thorough and fastest pest fumigations for a food processing plant ever. Just this year in a plant location that encompasses 21,000,000 cubic feet of space, the professional team at Gregory was able to perform a Sulfuryl Fluoride (SF) Fumigation making … Read more about Gregory Performs Largest Plant Fumigation—Ever
National Pest Management Month This April, we are partnering with the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) and the rest of the pest management industry to celebrate National Pest Management Month! This month is dedicated to the industry’s commitment to protecting homes and businesses from … Read more about Gregory Pest Solutions Participates in National Pest Management Month
US Homeowners Need to be Aware. As new cases of Zika continue to pop up across the United States, it’s more essential than ever to take proper precautions to avoid contact with biting mosquito populations. Mosquitoes are vector pests and can transmit other harmful diseases such as West Nile virus … Read more about Mosquito Prevention and the Zika Virus
COLUMBIA, SC (WMBF) – A person in the Pee Dee has been identified as the first to be sick with the West Nile Virus in South Carolina this year, according to the state Department of Health and Environmental Control. DHEC officials did not name the Pee Dee community where the person lives. … Read more about South Carolina’s First Case of West Nile Virus Confirmed
West Nile Virus (WNV) is a zoonotic disease originating in birds and transmitted to humans and other animals by mosquitoes. Recently, the virus was identified in a dead bird in Anderson County. It is common to find West Nile in birds, but the danger comes with mosquitoes. Ecology of West … Read more about West Nile Virus Confirmed in Bird from Anderson County
Rooftop Honey Bee Hive Walking through the new Village of West Greenville in South Carolina, you may notice beautiful flowering plants along the side walks. These have been pollinated in part by honey bees that reside on the roof of locally owned restaurant Golden Brown & Delicious. Fox … Read more about What’s the Buzz in Greenville South Carolina?