Huntington Beach Pest Control
From seasonal pests to year-round invasions; Lloyd Pest Control has your Huntington Beach home or business covered. You can trust us for top of the line pest control services in the following areas:
Are you suffering from Huntington Beach pest control problems? If so, you have come to the right place! We offer our services all over Southern California including La Palma, La Habra and Irvine pest control.
At Lloyd Pest Control we specialize in those ant control problems, termite control problems, even fleas, roaches, spiders, rats, mice, bees and wasps. We are quick and thorough with our work and want to offer you the best price for the job. Our results are immediate and will be permanent with some monthly maintenance.
Get rid of your Huntington Beach pest control problem once and for all. Contact us today for a no obligation quote or to set up an inspection.
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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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