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Our Atlanta team is here to help
Cingo opened its doors in the Atlanta market in July 2017 focused on just one thing: to protect homeowners from every single pest. Pest control had become overly specialized to the point that homeowners were juggling multiple companies for different types of pests. The constant up-selling for additional services and realization that providers sent a different person for each treatment was an annoyance to customers. Cingo understands that consumers are busy, that homeowners want comprehensive pest protection and it doesn't have to be complicated or cost-prohibitive to protect homes and families from the threat of pests— any pest.
But the Cingo story goes back over forty years to its founding as Allgood Pest Control in Dublin, Georgia, in 1974. What began as one man in a small town has grown to a company that spans two states, employs hundreds of pest professionals and protects thousands of families from pests.
The Allgood Family
Allgood appeared in Atlanta in 1991 when several cousins in the Duluth area opened another, completely independent company by the same name. That business grew and expanded across the metro area for two decades. As the owners approached retirement age, suitors in the pest control industry emerged interested in purchasing the business. In January 2017, Duluth-based Allgood Services of Georgia, Inc., sold to UK-based Rentokil.
This presented an opportunity for Cingo to enter the Atlanta market without the confusion that two companies with the same name had once presented. Today, Cingo is still owned by the founding Allgood family and continues to expand throughout the southeast.
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We will always provide a photo of the Cingo rep that is visiting your home and once your home is Cingo'd, you will have only one service professional assigned.
Our plans are comprehensive. Our promise is to protect your home the exact way that we protect our own. You will find zero limitations, zero gaps in coverage and zero loss leaders so we can upsell later.
Home protection should be proactive; waiting until there is an actual problem is costlier and puts your family and your home at risk.