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Lasting Protection: Greenix Pest Control’s Extended Offer for Tick, Flea, and Mosquito Control

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Rolling Meadows, IL – From picturesque landscapes to the bustling cityscape, people seek places that align with their lifestyles, whether it involves raising families or conducting business, without the unwelcome intrusion of pests. Unfortunately, unseasonably warm weather can disrupt this tranquility by attracting certain pests. Luckily, for Rolling Meadows, IL residents, Greenix Pest Control presents a timely solution. They are currently providing a limited-time, one-time service for the removal of ticks, fleas, and mosquitoes, available until September 30, 2023. This offer ensures that residents can enjoy a pest-free environment throughout the warm season.

The Pest Control company desires to help individuals reclaim their yards and outdoor living spaces while protecting their families from the diseases, intrusion, and annoyance pests bring. The team strives to build a lasting relationship with clients based on trust, no matter their pest problem. They utilize tried-and-true practices with each service, paying attention to cracks, eaves, and the exterior/interior of a property to provide long-term solutions.

Ticks, most known for carrying Lyme disease, are found in wooded and grassy areas near the beach, in parks, or in residential areas with lawns/backyards. They hide in stone walls, piles of wood, low-hanging/fallen branches, piles of leaves, high grass, bird feeders, and overgrown shrubs. Fleas conversely make their way inside a home by hitching a ride on the necks, backs, and undersides of dogs, cats, and other pets, before seeking refuge in carpets, rugs, upholstered furniture, or pet bedding.

Like fleas and ticks, mosquitoes start breeding in early spring, throughout summer, and late fall, spreading harmful diseases like yellow fever, malaria, dengue, West Nile, and Zika viruses. In a yard, mosquitoes reside in buckets, standing water, yard debris, water set out for pets, birdbaths, potted plants, or clogged gutters.

Recognizing the discomfort and health hazards associated with these pests, Greenix Pest Control prioritizes swift service, ensuring a response to service calls within 48 hours. Whether it’s an initial inspection, treatment, or re-service, their expert team is poised to deliver tailored treatment and prevention strategies, meticulously designed to suit the unique needs of each home and its surroundings.

Their specialization lies in a comprehensive, multi-step program that relies on specially formulated EPA-registered treatments, providing lasting efficacy throughout the 30-day application cycle. Furthermore, they proactively schedule recurring services between seasons, establishing protective barriers that continue to safeguard homes even when owners are away.

Besides fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes, Greenix Pest Control removes wasps, rodents, ants, bees, cockroaches, mites, and other pests. The company believes in providing effective pest control solutions and preventing future invasions while minimizing its carbon footprint. For this reason, the team uses sustainable, responsible products and processes to preserve properties and the environment.

Visit the company’s website at https://www.greenixpc.com/service-areas/illinois/arlington-heights/ to learn more about the extended, one-time service for flea, tick, and mosquito removal, or call (224) 699-3883 to schedule a service. Greenix Pest Control is at 5420 Newport Drive, Unit 48, Rolling Meadows, IL, 60008, US.

Media Contact

Company Name
Greenix Pest Control
Contact Name
Ben Craner
Phone
224-699-3883
Address
5420 Newport Drive, Unit 48
City
Rolling Meadows
State
IL
Postal Code
60008
Country
United States
Website
https://www.greenixpc.com/service-areas/illinois/arlington-heights/

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