Flexible treatment options from a one-time general extermination treatment to monthly pest control services are available. We accept Cash, Check VISA, MasterCard, American Express or Discover.
Call us at (717) 394-8838 and one of our friendly and knowledgeable office staff will be happy to help you.
As the COVID-19 situation continues to develop, we wanted to communicate with you our policy concerning this situation and to reassure you we take the matter of public safety seriously and our first priority is to keep our customers and employees safe.
We will be raising our already high safety standards including the use of gloves by our technicians when doing interior treatments and if needed masks. In addition, our technicians carry antibacterial and disinfecting wipes and hand sanitizers in their cars to use between jobs.
We have asked all employees to monitor their own health and to stay home if the situation warrants it.
As the COVID virus progresses, we will continue to monitor the situation and to keep you informed of any changes to your service. If we all work together calmly and reasonably, we can get through this safely.
Jim Fish, President
Below is a statement from the National Pest Management Association explaining why we are an essential business.
"We play a vital role in protecting our nation's public health and food supply. Pests can spread diseases such as West Nile virus, Lyme disease, salmonellosis, hantavirus and encephalitis. Stinging insects force half a million people to the emergency room every year. Cockroach and rodent allergens trigger asthma attacks in children; rodents contaminate or consume about 20% of the world's food supply and bed bugs can cause allergic reactions. As an essential service industry, we will continue to service the nation's food production facilities, grocery stores, medical institutions, multifamily housing units, warehouses, homes and businesses. We cannot afford to have our medical facilities, groceries stores or homes uninhabitable due to pests and pest related diseases, particularly as we tell citizens to stay home. There is not a segment of the food industry that could comply with federal sanitation and health regulations without an adequate pest control program."