Massey Services is a Leader in our Industry
Massey Services is so much more than a pest prevention, termite protection and landscape care company. We’re a people company, and we never lose sight of our vision: to build long-term, trusting relationships with our customers through environmentally responsible and superior service.
When you trust Massey Services for your pest, termite or landscape challenges, you’re getting a team that’s been hired and trained to meet the highest standards. You’re getting effective results through techniques and targeted treatments that are better for your home, your business, your family and our environment. And you’re getting a company that’s actively involved with and dedicated to the communities we serve.
Massey Services and its subsidiary organizations employ more than 2,000 team members and operate 1,800 vehicles that provide residential and commercial pest prevention, termite protection, landscape and irrigation services to over 550,000 customers from Service Centers throughout Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Texas, South Carolina, North Carolina and Oklahoma.
With over 30 years of superior services, steady growth, and guaranteed customer satisfaction, our ultimate goal is to continue to be recognized as one of the leading service companies in our industry.
Serving Our Communities
Our company, its leaders and our Team Members are all deeply involved with activities and organizations in the communities we serve. In fact, volunteerism is a key touch point in our company’s guiding philosophy.
Leading Our Industry
Our founder, Harvey L. Massey, and our company’s senior leadership team are frequent contributors to national, state and local industry associations. We also regularly contribute articles and columns to major trade publications and serve as industry experts for local media.
Protecting Our Environment
Massey Services has introduced innovative techniques that reduce dependence on pesticides and help preserve our water resources. Our ongoing efforts have earned awards for environmental stewardship from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Council for Sustainable Florida.