OCT 2013 – Member Profile – Craig & Sons Terminte & Pest Control

If you have a bug or rodent problem Craig & Sons will be right there

Craig & Sons Termite & Pest Control, Inc. in Redlands, California, has been preforming quality termite and pest control since 1991. Our service is licensed by the State of California and all of our technicians participate in continued education in order to renew their licenses and deliver you state of the art pest control.

Termite and pest control business is a family-run company. Craig Swanston, The founder of Craig & Sons, has worked in the industry for more than 40 years. Today, Craig & Sons continues to serve Southern California with exceptional pest control services including escrow inspections. You can depend on their knowledgeable professionals to locate, target, and remove the pests that plague your life effectively and safely.

Don’t’ live your life pestered by bugs or rats! Craig & Sons Termite & Pest Control, Inc. is proud to offer complete termite control services, as well as rodent control and removal services. They are a 1-stop pest control shop. If they find the pest, they eliminate it and fix the damage.

Their termite and pest control services come with prompt inspections and structural fumigations when needed. They can perform localized treatments for specific areas of your house or buildings always use environmentally friendly pesticides and can handle repairs for termite, dry rot and fungus damage.

Their professionals regularly control; bees, wasps, ants, spiders, roaches, fleas, ticks, flies and bed bugs. In addition to controlling insects they also provide complete rodent control services including, gophers, mice, rats, skinks, and ground squirrels.

Request a service from Craig & Sons Termite and Pest Control and live pest free.

To learn more about the services provided by Craig & Sons Termite and Pest Control call the 909-335-1486 or email them at info@craigandsons.com. You can also log on to their website at www.craigandsons.net.

 

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