Call Today for your Free Estimate! Don't allow invasive pests to rob you of health, safety and peace of mind! Earth Guard Pest Management Services offers integrated pest management services for homes and commercial sites, termite inspections, building inspections, WDO reports and pre-construction treatment options.
|City||Citrus Heights, CA|
|Address||5910 Auburn Blvd|
|Phone Number||(916) 338-7075|
From Our Website
Earth Guard Pest Control Services is an independent, family owned company providing comprehensive pest control and extermination services for residential and commercial buildings in the Sacramento valley and foothill communities. We will take care of all your pest control problems so you can keep your home and family safe and healthy. And we do it without contracts and cancellation fees! Our earth-friendly, green pest control solutions and our experienced, professionally trained technicians enable us to resolve ant, roach, silverfish, spider, rat, mice, pigeon, yellow jacket, ear wig, flea and tick infestations in and around your home or office.
Our Sacramento pest control professionals are insured, bonded, and licensed with the California Structural Pest Control Board (#5548). Verify our license status. Our trained Sacramento pest control technicians are all individually licensed, bonded, insured and committed to continuing technical education. We strive for on-going improvement and realize that means staying abreast of new pest management technologies and concepts. As members of Pest Control Operators of California, we help shape pest control industry regulations to best meet our clients' needs and protect our environment.
Our Earth Guard Pest Control team is trained in and operates under the principles of Integrated Pest Management (IPM), an effective and environmentally sensitive approach to pest control that relies on a combination of common-sense practices. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, IPM programs are those that use current, comprehensive information on the life cycles of pests and their interaction with the environment. This information, in combination with available pest control methods, is used to manage pest damage by the most economical means, and with the least possible hazard to people, property, and the environment.