Cabazon, CA Pest Control
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In the heart of the San Jacinto Pass, Cabazon, CA is more known for dinosaurs than it is mountains. That’s because the unincorporated area is home to a highly iconic roadside attraction: the Cabazon dinosaurs. The attraction is filled with the “world’s largest dinosaurs” – not real ones, of course, but replicas made of steel and concrete. Situated on the outskirts of the desert, yet in the valley between San Gorgonio Mountain and Mount San Jacinto, Cabazon has a unique landscape and endless recreational opportunities.
There’s more to Cabazon than scenic vistas and famed dinos. But, even in quaint communities like this one, there are also pests. Much like any desert or mountainous community, pest seek a more hospitable environment in our homes and businesses. Show them the door with Lloyd Pest Control.
Trust us as your Cabazon, CA pest control experts. Contact us today at Lloyd Pest Control for a free quote!
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