Archer, FL Pest Control

The small but mighty town of Archer, FL is located at the intersection of Highways 24 and 41. Despite its small size, Archer’s downtown is filled with small business, shops, restaurants, and places of community gathering. Any amenities not fulfilled by the town itself can be found in nearby Gainesville and the University of Florida, both less than a half hour’s drive away.

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McCall Service understands the importance of small-town community and honest, person-to-person business. You’re not just a faceless client – you’re a real human we want to do right by, an approach we’ve kept for our 80+ years of operation. As a result, we’re committed to offering fantastic service and we are proud to be your pest control provider for the long haul. Our monthly services assure you’re never blindsided by an infestation of a nasty pest.

Bedbugs. Earwigs. Ants. Termites. Roaches. You name it, and our technicians have had experience stopping it from bothering our customers. And regardless if you need residential or business pest services, we can help you with both!

Get the Best of Pest Control With McCall

We get it – it’s never fun finding unwanted creatures patrolling your home. That’s why we’re committed to working with you and your specific needs to help you, your family, or your business get back to normal. Contact McCall Service today to get rid of your pest problem and gain a great partner in pest control!

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