La Jolla, CA Pest Control
When pests find a way inside, they may put your stress level through the ceiling (where they may already be hiding). But our services bring that stress back down to reasonable levels with a smart approach to pest control. We’ll take on your pests with baits and other methods of eradication, offering prevention advice for your home or business along the way. Here are the services we offer:
- Ant control
- Termite extermination
- Roach extermination
- Flea control
- Spider extermination
- Rodent control
- Bed bug extermination
There’s good reason La Jolla, CA is called the “Jewel City.” If you live or work here, you know it has nothing to do with gemstones, and instead refers to the city’s prime location and amenities along the sunny San Diego coast. But this scenic home of oceanside recreation – as well as commerce, science, and medicine – is also the home of many types of pests.
When pest infestations are constantly on your mind (and in your home or business), it’s time to get help from the professionals. Lloyd Pest Control has served the Southern California area with top-grade treatments since the 1930s. We offer our variety of pest solutions to residents and business owners in La Jolla, CA.
Are you looking for high quality pest control for your La Jolla, CA home or business? Contact Lloyd Pest Control today.
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