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Hi my name is Eric Lundquist, owner and founder of BugHead Pest Control and born and raised in Richardson, Texas. Let me tell you a little about me.
I’m proud to say I have started a company based on honesty, respect, and the passion I have kept for this industry through the years.
BugHead Pest Control is family-owned and operated right here in Dallas, TX. Other pest & termite control companies may offer similar services, but our services are unmatched, and comes with a personal touch.
When I started my first pest control job it was the summer of 2003. I started as just an apprentice at a small company out of a small town. I didn’t know much about bugs then, besides they all looked pretty nasty and dangerous. As much as the job creeped me out, I couldn’t help but find it interesting. Before I knew it, I fell in love with the job. I got to drive around all day, play with bugs, and meet new and interesting people. I knew then that I wanted to start my own pest control company. After studying, 3 years later I earned my technicians license and termite license. It’s been 13 years now since I’ve started doing pest control in Dallas, TX. I’ve gained a lot of experience, from small ant jobs, dirty rodent jobs, scary bee removals, and even big termite treatments to hotels and apartments. I am now a Certified Applicator, which is the highest possible license you can have in the industry.
“Eric presented trust and honesty in our first meeting concerning rodents in the attic. I decided to give you a try with a roach outbreak and the associate did a very thorough job in killing the little pests. There was no problem in coming back for a retreat for good measure. A very satisfied customer.”
“I love their service! Austin was friendly, out-going and fast! Got rid of them bugs! Thank you”
“Good experience. Eric took the time to really educate me on termites and what I should be concerned about. If and when we actually have a problem, we’ll definitely call Bughead back.”