Our Services

At Lloyd Pest Control, we’ve designed our services to keep you in mind and pests out. Whether you’re dealing with nuisance insects or disease-carrying rodents, our wide range of treatment plans will eliminate even your biggest pest problems. Our Hemet, CA technicians perform the following services with care and efficiency:

Our Coverage

With a variety of parks, proximity to the mountains, and Diamond Valley Lake nearby, Hemet, CA is an adventurer’s dream home. Situated in San Jacinto Valley, residents have the ocean to the west and mountain ranges all around. A favorable cost of living and the typical southern California weather have led to this city’s growth and economic development. Hemet’s ideal positioning between Los Angeles, San Diego, and the inland empire has attracted many people looking for the perfect balance between buzzing city hubs and a life of outdoor recreation.

While the people come for the location, the pests stay for the weather. From flies to wasps to termites, these pests don’t always stay where they’re supposed to. In fact, they may try to get cozy in your Hemet, CA home. This especially rings true during the heat of the summer, when pests and insects seek shelter indoors.

Take advantage of our years of experience and expertise. Keep pests out of your Hemet, CA home for good with Lloyd Pest Control. Contact us today for a free quote.


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Name: AMG Properties
Custom Label: San Diego

"We've used Lloyd Pest Control on a number of our properties, and they are always very thorough and a pleasure to work with."

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