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Sasser is a small town located in Terrell County, Georgia. Sasser provides its residents with a quiet community whose residents don’t think twice about helping each other out. Sasser’s humid and warm climate also provides the perfect environment for many insects and other pests to thrive. The good news though is that just because you live in a small southern town, it does not mean that you have to settle when it comes to protecting your home or business from pests. The pest control professionals at McCall Service are waiting and ready to provide Sasser residents with safe, industry leading, modern pest control services that will control and prevent even the most determined southern pests from invading your home or business!
Living in close proximity to pests like roaches, ants, spiders, earwigs, flies, and even scorpions is just a fact of life when living in the south; but just because we live near pests, doesn’t mean we should ever have pests living in our homes. The best way to keep pests outside, where they belong, is to put into place a year-round pest control program from the pest control experts at McCall Service.
Our home pest control services include an initial interior and exterior service visit, the initial visit is followed up by quarterly service visits.
The initial interior treatment visit includes:
Bait and/or dust applications under appliances such as refrigerators, dishwashers, and ovens, and on pipes under the sink in the kitchen and in bathrooms.
Dust applications performed behind switch plates, outlet covers, cable plates, and similar areas of your home.
The initial exterior treatments include:
Targeted application around entry points.
The sweeping away of spider webs up to 10 feet.
The knocking down mud dauber nests up to 10 feet.
Treating paper wasp nests up to 10 ft.
Our home pest control program can be customized to suit your home’s needs by adding on individual services to control fleas, carpenter bees, and carpenter ants. McCall can provide whatever pest control services you need to protect your home and family from pests.
Comprehensive pest control is a very important component to running a successful, well-respected business. Pests have no place in a commercial facility and despite best efforts by both you and your employees, keeping pests out on your own is a difficult challenge. The pest control experts here at McCall Service want to help by providing commercial pest control services that will protect all aspects of your business and its reputation within the community.
We have a long history of providing commercial pest control services for business in Georgia and can provide effective, safe, and customized pest control services for most any type of commercial facility.
Our commercial pest control services include:
Exceptional customer service.
Pest management programs that are developed and overseen by our on-staff entomologists.
The principles of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) are combined into all of our commercial pest control programs. Our technicians are highly skilled and only treat the areas that are absolutely necessary.
Trust your commercial facility to our professionals; we are committed to providing our customers with the best commercial pest control services possible!
Bed bugs can be found invading any property, in any town, from a big city to a very small town like Sasser. Bed bugs can be picked up in any public place and be accidentally introduced into any home or business. Luckily the professionals here at McCall, have the knowledge to inspect, treat, and control bed bugs using safe methods that get rid of any stage of bed bug from both homes and businesses.
McCall’s most comprehensive solution to a residential bed bug infestation is our Heat Plus Service, it includes:
Bed bug Inspection.
Treatment for bed bugs using a combination of heat and chemical treatment.
A follow-up chemical treatment.
Installation of bed bug proof mattress/box spring encasements.
30-day chemical re-treatment guarantee.
Our Basic Heat program uses residual insecticides and/or steam to get rid of bed bugs and is followed with a heat treatment.
Our Chemical treatment program involves the application of residual insecticides and/or steam to treat the cracks, crevices and wall voids that are found in the treatment area. We then provide two follow-up treatments to ensure complete elimination.
For our commercial customers, we offer 100% effective bed bug heat treatments for businesses through the use of our completely effective, eco-friendly heat treatments. Contact McCall today to schedule your facilities bed bug inspection by our highly trained and accurate K-9 bed bug inspection team.
If there is one thing you can be certain of when living in the south, it is that mosquitoes are going to be found breeding and feeding in high numbers. But, it is important to remember that just because mosquitoes are found in high numbers and are active most of the year, it doesn’t mean that they should prevent you from being able to enjoy your outdoor space.
The mosquito control professionals here at McCall Service can provide any Sasser property owner with the services needed to reduce mosquito numbers and allow you to once again enjoy your yard anytime you want.
McCall’s mosquito remediation services include:
A thorough inspection of your property.
Effective treatment by targeting the mosquito breeding areas and adults that are found on your property.
The application of a granular larvicide in standing water.
Treatment of shrubs and other mosquito hiding spots with a power-micro-sprayer.
Monthly treatments from May thru October.
Our mosquito remediation service can be a stand-alone service, can be added onto our home pest control program, or be a part of our Bundle & Save program!
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