Anthony, FL Pest Control

Located east of Highway 301 and Interstate 75, Anthony, FL is a small and friendly community set away from the traffic, noise, and business of Florida’s large cities. Anthony is cozy and quiet, featuring both peaceful rural dwellings and quaint suburban houses. It’s also a short drive away from all the amenities of large cities, with Ocala less than a 20-minute drive away down Old Highway 301.

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Unfortunately, pests and unwanted critters can sometimes be more common in towns like Anthony rather than in urban areas, creeping and crawling into your home as uninvited guests. Thankfully, McCall Service has extensive residential pest services and a team of highly-trained technicians. From bed bugs and mosquitos to termites and ants, McCall has all your common Florida pest control needs covered. We’ll work with you and your family to not only get rid of your pest, but to help future-proof your home so the bugs don’t come bugging you again.

McCall also offers a wide array of commercial pest services for your business needs. We will help keep your restaurant sanitary or your hotel free of pesky bed bugs with proactive solutions that let you do what you do best: Run your business worry-free!

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In Anthony, FL, you don’t have to live with unwanted pests. Learn how you can bundle services together to save money and time, and contact McCall Service today for all your pest control needs under one roof – so that everything under your roof can be pest-free.

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