Johnson Pest Control, Inc., began operation in 1984 with one employee, the owner, Ray A. Johnson. In the beginning, the company was a home-based pest control business. As the customer base grew, the company moved to its present location in 1987 at 218 Bruce Street, Sevierville. The Company has grown from a one-man operation in 1984 to its present staff today. In 2004, Johnson Pest Control, Inc., received the distinction of becoming the first company in Tennessee to be certified by the National Pest Management Association as a QualityPro Company of Choice. We are proud to qualify for their “mark of excellence” as it even further validates that Johnson Pest Control, Inc., is a reputable termite and pest control company.
Johnson Pest Control, Inc. is family owned & operated by Ray & Tammy Johnson. Their twin daughters also worked in the family business during high school, but are presently pursuing careers in cosmetology. Their son is an inspiration to the entire family as the result of his unexpected progress despite his diagnosis of Cerebral Palsy. The Johnson’s are Christian business owners & it is their belief that God has his hands on Johnson Pest Control & it’s employees. The Johnson’s have high expectations that each employee exhibit high moral & ethical conduct. As business owners they stress to each employee that communication is the key to a satisfied customer. We will always listen, show genuine concern, be polite, smile, be honest and put ourselves in the customer’s shoes. In total, we will prove to you that we as a company sincerely care about you, our customer. After all, we want our customers to be glad they chose, Johnson Pest Control, Inc., as protectors of their health and property.
The Johnson family lives in Sevierville and would like to invite you to attend worship with them at First Baptist Church of Sevierville.
Our primary objective and utmost desire is to satisfy each customer individually. Our company exists for this purpose, for without satisfied customers, our jobs may be sacrificed. We recognize that our customers are not dependent on us; we are dependent upon our customers.