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Pinellas Park, FL Pest Control

The city of Pinellas Park, FL, has grown from its humble beginnings in the early 1900s to become the fourth-largest city in Pinellas County––the most densely populated county in Florida. Situated in the middle of the Tampa Bay metropolitan area, this city is aptly considered “The Heart of Pinellas” and is home to some of the country’s most well-known equestrian venues. Pinellas Park also offers big-city amenities with fine eateries, shopping venues, large industries, and gated communities. 

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However, even among our clean city streets, pests such as mice, rats, mosquitoes, and cockroaches have found a place to live and thrive––which is why many of your friends and neighbors have chosen reliable pest protection services from McCall Service. We have been protecting Florida homes and businesses from pests since 1928, earning a reputation for cost-effective pest control solutions and superior customer service. 

Integrated Pest Management in Pinellas County

Dealing with nuisance pests around your home or business can be frustrating, especially when DIY methods just aren’t cutting it. When you partner with McCall Service, our QualityPro-certified pest control technicians can help you create a year-round Integrated Pest Management (IPM) plan to evict encroaching pests and keep them from returning.

Common pests we treat in Pinellas Park include:

The environment is important to us, so we focus on using eco-friendly pest control techniques that don’t harm nearby animal habitats or your pets. 

Managing Wildlife Near You

When it comes to beautiful places to live, we humans aren’t the only ones captivated by great weather and sunny skies. Wildlife is living all around us, and local animals can sometimes stumble upon our homes or businesses looking for food or refuge. With wildlife management from McCall, we utilize humane trapping and relocation services to ensure animals return to their rightful homes. 

Pinellas Park wildlife management includes prevention and relocation of animals like:

  • Armadillos
  • Bats
  • Gophers
  • Moles
  • Pigeons and other pest birds
  • Possums
  • Raccoons
  • Skunks
  • Squirrels
  • Snakes

Year-Round Lawn Care 

Comprehensive pest prevention and control doesn’t stop with isolated treatments. To ensure your area is properly shielded from pests, it’s crucial to maintain the health of your lawn to eliminate common breeding grounds––not to mention that a lush lawn increases your curb appeal. With lawn care services from McCall, our team can combat brown patch fungus, provide lawn fertilization, and administer lawn pest control solutions all year long to allow your grass to grow greener and stay bug-free. 

Stay Pest-Free By Bundling Your Pest Control Services Today

Pest infestations are never fun, and DIY pest control methods can be all for naught. When you team up with McCall Service in Pinellas Park, FL, you’ll receive a customized IPM plan that ensures pests get out and stay out. Contact our team today to discover how you can save by bundling your services, or schedule your free inspection now!

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