Regular pest management a necessary strategy for your well-being


Pests are more than just a nuisance: They can do serious damage to both your home and your health. You want to maintain a healthy and safe environment for yourself and your loved ones, so don’t wait for pests to become a problem. Regular pest control is essential.

For your health

Disease is most serious threat that pests pose. Rodents and insects can jeopardize your health by carrying such serious illnesses as Zika virus, Lyme disease and rabies. Regular pest control can keep your family safe by preventing these diseases from coming into your household.

For your home

In addition to health risks, pests can cause serious damage to the integrity of your home. Subterranean termites, for example, wreak havoc on your home’s structure. Rodents chew through electrical wires, causing fires and other hazards. Your home is your biggest investment. Don’t let pests destroy it when prevention is an option.

For your bank account

It may not seem like an obvious way to save, but regularly scheduled pest control does cut costs in the long run. By preventing pests from causing damage in the first place, you can avoid costly repairs and renovations. Regular management eliminates the need for extensive and expensive emergency intervention in the future.

For your peace of mind

Finally, regular pest control can help you maintain a sense of peace. Knowing you are protected will allow you to relax and enjoy your time at home without worrying about the pitter-patter of unwelcome little feet.

If you have a pest problem or just want to prevent one, contact the pest professionals at Slug-A-Bug today for your FREE, no-obligation pest control assessment. Protect your family and your home with Slug-A-Bug’s environmentally responsible, quarterly treatment program. We stop pests before they get in.

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