Coachella, CA Pest Control
Don’t let insects, spiders, mice, or pests of any kind detract from Coachella, CA’s exciting activities and care-free way of life. Lloyd Pest Control provides the safe, effective treatments you need to keep your home or business free from all kinds of pests. Depend on our team of professionals for the following services:
With an average of 274 sunny days a year, enjoying the outdoors is easy in Coachella, CA. As the namesake to the nearby, world-famous music festival and the prevalent golf and date-picking outings, locals and visitors take full advantage of the warm climate. While outdoor activities are prevalent, it’s nice to relax at home. Unfortunately, when pests are near, it’s not so relaxing.
With over 80 years of experience, Lloyd Pest Control has seen it all. Take advantage of our superior expertise and professionalism, so you can get back to basking in the sun and kicking back at home.
Whether you want to prevent future pest problems, take care of an isolated issue, or end an ongoing infestation once and for all, contact us for all your pest control needs. We’re happy to help you stay pest-free, all year long.
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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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