Residential Pest Control

Mr. Bugg’s Pest Patrol, Inc. is located in Foley near Mobile, AL where we currently provide residential pest control to…

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Commercial Pest Control

We are located in Foley near Mobile, AL and we have been providing commercial pest control during the day and…

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Termite Control

Located in Foley near Mobile, we currently serve the termite control needs of over 12,000 customers in both homes and businesses…

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About Us

Mr. Bugg’s Pest Patrol, Inc. was established in 1980 and started as a one man business. Over the past 34 years we have grown to 30 employees but maintain our original goal, to make each customer our top priority.

David Kellis, the owner, believes in treating everyone with integrity and respect and has gone to great lengths to instill this philosophy throughout the company. The pest control industry recognized this attribute by electing David as the President of the Alabama Pest Control Association in 2005.

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testimonials

  • “As a customer of Mr. Bugg’s Pest Patrol for 15 years, we have been extremely pleased with the service that we have received, and it’s effectiveness in controlling unwanted pests. If any unexpected problem has come up, we have received a quick response and solution. Our technicians have always been professional, courteous, and friendly. We would highly recommend Mr. Bugg’s for your pest control needs.“

    - Gary and Carolyn Ivey
  • “The best Pest Control Company in Birmingham. Always so nice and courteous.“

    - Brian and Karen Higgins

Latest Blog Posts

After a long and illustrious career here at Mr. Bugg’s Pest Patrol, Inc, our very own Dwight Kirby has decided it’s time to hang up his “bug killin shoes.”  Dwight began with our company back in 2002, and he originally started working in our office doing various jobs such as answering phones, filing, data entry, […]

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This time of year it’s very common to be outside and see a spider scurry across the grass.  Our first reaction, of course, is to scream and jump out of the way, but a common second reaction is to assume that it’s a brown recluse spider when, in fact, it’s most likely a grass spider. […]

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