With our services, you’ll get extensive coverage of pests in your home or business. More than that, you’ll also get our extensive knowledge of processes to prevent future infestations – eliminating the conditions and entry points that bring them in. Whether you have bloodsucking bed bugs, a hard-to-track ant colony, or potentially dangerous spiders, we cover any pest you may face, offering:

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You might think the spread of pests is limited to big cities with heavy transit and tons of hiding places like San Diego. But with North County’s boom of residents, visitors, and commuters, pests have made it all the way up to Rancho Santa Fe, CA. Bed bugs and other harmful pests are a year-round threat, with tons of resorts and homes for them to settle down.

If you, your family, or your guests wake up with bed bug bites, or you have pests like rodents and ants raiding your kitchen, it’s time to call in Lloyd Pest Control. We’re Southern California’s long-trusted experts, with expert services that take care of pests in Rancho Santa Fe, CA. For any pest that’s causing you health, structural, or other problems, we’re here to help.

With pests lurking, it’s hard to live comfortably in Rancho Santa Fe, CA. Lloyd Pest Control has the expertise to stop them – contact us today for a free quote.


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