Indio, CA Pest Control
Lloyd Pest Control can keep pests – everything from bed bugs to rodents – away from your home or business. We can protect your reputation and your home. Stop bugs in their tracks with our following services:
As a Coachella Valley gem, Indio, CA is nicknamed the “City of Festivals.” National parks on either side, the Salton Sea to the south, and countless area golf courses make this desert city unexpectedly vibrant. Its open festival arena and established resorts cater to tourists and serve the thriving economy. While everyone in Indio gets to enjoys scenic views, residents get to experience the city’s weather, location, and beauty all year long.
But even when the festival-goers head home, there are pests that remain behind – and they’re not here for the music. The desert heat and aridity in Indio, CA drives pests inside looking for cool shelter and essential moisture.
Keep the pest control experts on your side. Contact us at Lloyd Pest Control to keep your Indio, CA home pest-free, all year long.
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