Arachnaphobia? Entomophobia? Apiphobia? What are you afraid of this Halloween? If crawling critters give you the heeby geebies, you are not alone. Did you know there is actually a term for fear of butterflies? Which fear was featured in a box office smash?
Hurricane Irma may be gone, but she certainly left a lasting bite. If you were wondering why you've been seeing a lot more mosquitoes in the past few weeks, you can blame Irma.
Get the mom's guide to identify and treat backyard bites.
UPDATE: Wednesday, September 12 Cingo operations have been resumed, and the Customer Care Center is working to get appointments rescheduled. Thank you for your patience. You can reach the Cingo team directly through our website or at 800-726-0083.
Summer should be the time for barbecues and lounging by the pool. Unfortunately, the hot, muggy weather in Augusta and eastern Georgia is the perfect breeding ground for mosquitoes. These pests can ruin your outdoor fun and send you running for cover.
As summer comes to an end, our campers are enjoying the last of the s'mores, saying goodbye to new friends and packing up their trunks. Before you bring those foot lockers and suitcases into your laundry room, you'll want to be sure bed bugs aren't hitching a ride into your home. Bed bug infestations are on the rise in the last decade, and camp cabins and other close sleeping quarters are frequented by these pests. You can significantly reduce chances of bringing them into your home by following a few simple precautions and pest prevention tips.
Ants in your applesauce and bees on your burgers can take the fun out of outdoor dining. Who invited those guys? The pest experts at Cingo have assembled their top 10 tips to help you take back your yard from pests. After all, it does belong to you!
Today is insect repellent awareness day. It seems like everything has a day now! And while many of the "celebrations" feel like an excuse (Ice Cream for Breakfast Day, comes to mind) or a bit of a stretch (National Bat Appreciation Day), this one makes sense to us. We know a thing or two about bug bites, insect stings and repellents.
CEO Lanny Allgood shared exciting news with customers and partners. Over the next twelve months, our company will transition our business name from Allgood Pest Solutions to Cingo. Wow. Why? For more than 20 years, two companies have operated in Georgia under the name Allgood – this Allgood company, based in Dublin, GA, and another one based in Duluth, GA. While that has served both well in terms of brand growth, our markets now overlap, and that is confusing.
Allgood Pest Solutions, which opened its doors in Dublin in 1974, is changing its name to Cingo. “Changing the name is a big deal for all of us,” said Lanny Allgood, the company’s sole shareholder. “Yet over the past year, the anxiety of change has transformed into true excitement.”