Pest Control Services in Palm Springs, CA

Whether you’re a resident or own a local business, Lloyd Pest Control can keep your properties pest-free. We take your satisfaction very seriously and take pride in the efficiency and accuracy of our treatments. Big or small, we’ll combat your infestation in Palm Springs, CA with top-notch methods. Our services cover a variety of common Southern California pests including:

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Palm Springs, CA is a city known for style – specifically, its architecture. Its mid-century modern approach is appreciated by designers and historians who appreciate its simplicity and artistry. From residences and stores to hotels and public facilities, Palm Springs buildings continue to uphold this unique style. The city also hosts lavish festivals and events and is known for its restaurants and resorts.

But while architecture and tourism bring flair to this Southern California desert community, pests can cramp our style, and that’s bad news for anyone who lives or works in Palm Springs, CA. Lloyd Pest Control is here to keep the peace in this desert oasis, so you can get the most out of Palm Springs’ resort lifestyle.

As a top destination spot, Palm Springs shouldn’t be bogged down by intrusive pests. Contact us today at Lloyd Pest Control to get 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."

Lloyd Pest – N Palm Springs

19161 Newhall St
Desert Hot Springs, CA 92240

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