Our Milledgeville team is here to help

Whether you are a full-time resident of Georgia's lake country or have a second home on Lake Oconee or Lake Sinclair, you know the joys of lake life. But it's not all water skiing and boating! Lake homes provide safe harbor for insects, spiders and rodents. We began as Allgood Pest Solutions in the MIlledgeville area in 1995 and have since changed the company name to Cingo, which means to surround and secure, conveying our commitment to protect families from every single pest.

Today, under the leadership of general manager Rob Cook, the Cingo Milledgeville team is focused on protecting homeowners with comprehensive pest control plans. Cingo also partners with real estate professionals to provide termite inspections and construction repairs.

Areas Served

Eatonton
Sparta
Toomsboro
Lake Oconee
Greensboro
Irwinton
Milledgeville
Lake Sinclair

Your family deserves the comfort and peace of mind that only Cingo home protection provides.

Meet the Milledgeville team

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Rob Cook

General Manager, Middle Georgia

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Buddy Mathis

Operations Manager

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Jeffrey Sigman

Pest Professional

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Thank you for always giving us great service.
- Susana Finney
Bill Flammer is an amazing asset to have on your team! Bill's knowledge, attention to detail, and detailed filled inspection report gave my wife and me the confidence to make an informed decision on our home...
- William Ash | May 2020
As a local homebuilder, I want to make sure that our buyers have quality termite protection and pest contol options. Cingo provides that and more with premium service. Cingo does a fantastic job servicing my home,...
- Ken Richards
Mr. Russell Youngblood was very thorough and delivers quality work. It is obvious that he takes pride in his craft. I would highly recommend his services to others needing a home inspection.
- ReneƩ Haynes | January 2020
Levi Stoner and his team did an excellent job!
- Calvin Hunt | May 2020
I was very impressed with how quick things got done. I expected the whole process to take weeks but our home inspection was done one day after calling and the report was sent to me that same night. Very thorough,...
- Trudy Cape
We have owned this home for 50 years and our experience with Cingo Pest Control has been the best of all our previous companies and independent contractors - hands down! Robert Reed is ultimate professional -...
- Lasa Joiner
Nathan was wonderful!! So kind and polite. He was professional and did a great job!! Thanks, Nathan!!!
- Joyce Burt, August 2020

Redefining home protection

always with you in mind

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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.

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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.

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Home protection should be proactive; waiting until there is an actual problem is costlier and puts your family and your home at risk.

Who Needs Pest Control?

Even the tidiest, most well-kept house can have pests. There are several reasons a pest could be attracted to a home in Milledgeville and it does not always have to do with cleanliness. In the winter months, pests seek warmth and shelter from the cold temperatures. In the summer months, basements can be a high humid environment which pests love. A reliable source of food and water also makes the inside of homes very enticing to pests. Conducive conditions that increase the likelihood of pest activity in or around your home include clogged gutters, overgrown landscaping, or tree limbs resting or overhanging on home. This is why routine maintenance and preventative pest control is necessary year round in Georgia.

Why Do You Need Pest Control in Milledgeville?

Pest control is necessary because pests, like rodents and insects, carry diseases that can cause humans and pets to become ill. Not only is their presence a health risk, but they can also contaminate your food supply if they get into your kitchen pantry. Pests—like termites or wood boring beetles—can also cause significant and costly damage to the wood structure of homes and residential buildings in Georgia.

Cingo Home Security

Cingo Home Security offers two, reasonably priced options for Milledgeville residents. Cingo Secure gives you peace of mind with 24-hour live monitoring protection from fire, smoke, carbon monoxide, burglary, and personal emergency. Cingo Secure with Video gives you all the advantages of Cingo Secure but with two additional interior cameras and one video doorbell. Unlike other home security companies, Cingo only charges you for the equipment—no installation fee—and does not require a sales visit or long-term contract.

My Milledgeville Neighborhood is Safe - Why Would I Need Home Security?

The main and most essential reason to invest in a security system is to deter crime in your home. According to a Safety.com survey, nearly 50% of all home security owners purchased their system because of an inclination for greater security. This proactive approach indicates that people are more likely to make home security purchases to increase their sense of security rather than in response to an incident or event.

What is a Home Inspection?

A qualified inspector will look at a home's HVAC system, interior plumbing and electrical systems, roof, attic, floors. windows and doors, foundation, basement and structural components, then provide a written report with results. Cingo inspectors also carry appropriate licensing to evaluate the structure for termite, rodent, and pest activity.


Why Do I Need a Home Inspection?

If you're considering purchasing a home in or around Milledgeville, you will want to schedule a home inspection of the property. Potential home buyers often hire home inspectors to closely look at a property and provide them with a written report that details the property's condition. The inspection report includes information such as necessary or recommended repairs, concerns regarding maintenance, safety, and any other potentially costly issues.