Orange, CA Pest Control
Our approach is both strategic and thorough – we want to eliminate the threat of pests, as well as the potential for their return. Our services oust pests of all kinds, whether they’re hazardous chewers, like rats or termites, or hard-to-control colonies of ants fleas, or termites. We offer the following:
Orange, CA has its history on full display in southeastern Los Angeles. Next door to other notable cities in Anaheim and Santa Ana, this community lives up to its motto, “A Slice of Old Town Charm,” with long-preserved homes and plaza businesses. Recent traditions, like the Orange International Street Fair, have written a new chapter for this “old town.”
With so many long-lasting, historic buildings in Orange, CA, it’s easy for pests to go undetected. To make their mark, they may inhabit cool basements, dark attics, or they may even hide in walls and ducts. To maintain an environment free from infestations in this community, get help from the professionals at Lloyd Pest Control.
To stop pests from invading your property in Orange, CA, contact us today!
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