Colton, CA Pest Control
If pests find their way into your space, trust Lloyd Pest Control to eliminate them. Big or small, we take care of them all – and with full dedication to meet your needs. With us, your satisfaction is guaranteed. We offer a range of services; find out how they can protect you and your business:
Beginning as one of the busiest railroad crossings in the United States, Colton, CA still has incredible transport access. At the intersection of Interstate 215, I-10, and the Santa Ana River, Colton has ample access to Coachella Valley, mountain ranges, and coastal beaches. A suburb of San Bernardino, Colton residents enjoy the ideal California weather and relatively affordable housing. And due to its location, business owners benefit from frequent visitors and passer-throughs.
But family and friends aren’t the only visitors home and business owners are likely to find in Colton, CA. Pests have a tendency of stopping by without invitation. And rather than supporting the local economy, they pose a significant threat to families and businesses. At Lloyd Pest Control we know SoCal pests, and we’re equipped to stop them.
Contact us today to protect your home or business in Colton, CA from harmful pests!
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