Gardena, CA Pest Control
We offer thorough pest control methods that eliminate infestations of all sizes. No matter what kind of pest shows up in your home or office, we’re here with the best extermination treatments around. We’ve been in business since the 1930s and are only getting better at what we do. Our services are guaranteed for your satisfaction. See what we offer below:
Gardena, CA is often considered the greenest city during the dry season between Los Angeles and the Pacific Ocean – a possible reason for its name. Known for its opportunities, the city attracts a variety of people and businesses to the South Bay. The aptly-nicknamed “City of Opportunity” is a place of economic prosperity for its residents and business owners.
This city is also known for its diverse population, and unfortunately, troublesome pests are included. While Gardena’s weather is beautiful all year, the drawback is that pests can survive all year. Unlike more extreme temperatures, SoCal’s pests have ideal living conditions. At Lloyd Pest Control, we want you to have the best living conditions. Our pest control services are proven to get pest out of your home or business.
Contact us today to treat and prevent pests in your home or business!
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"I use Lloyd Pest Control for both my home and business for about 15 years. The service is excellent, reliable, on time and friendly. Customer service is the best and I recommend Lloyd Pest Control to everyone!"
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