Calimesa, CA Pest Control
Like most communities, Calimesa attracts a diverse pest population. From preventing termite infestations to eliminating a mouse problem, we’ll do whatever it takes to keep your Calimesa, CA home or business pest-free. These treatments will keep creepy crawlers from invading your space:
Sun-dappled Calimesa, CA lies between the San Bernardino and San Jacinto Mountains. Situated in the Greater Los Angeles area, this Riverside County town enjoys an average of 269 sunny days annually. While warm temperatures and clear skies make the perfect backdrop for year-round fun, the Calimesa climate also attracts plenty of cold-blooded insects and other pests.
Keeping bugs and rodents out of homes and businesses has always been a hassle. Luckily, a call to Lloyd Pest Control is all you need. Whether you experience the occasional ant invasion, have an ongoing spider problem or managed to bring bedbugs home after your last vacation, we offer effective treatments targeted to your specific issue.
Whatever pest problem you’re experiencing, rely on us to restore comfort and peace of mind. Contact us today for a free quote.
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