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|Home Services|Fort Myers, MO 33901

2561 South St, Fort Myers, MO 33901

(239) 337-1519

http://www.lanmac.com/

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Keeping Bugs Away Since 1971. If you live in the Fort Myers, FL area, your bugs don't stand a chance against Lan Mac Pest Control. Just ask our 5,000-plus satisfied customers. As one of southwest Florida's largest and oldest pest control services, you can rely on us for: Comprehensive indoor bug & ant extermination Outdoor pest control Weed control Lawn maintenance and fertilizing Termite inspections, prevention and treatment At Lan Mac Pest Control, we rely on DowAgroScience's Sentricon for total terminate colony elimination and new construction prevention. That said, we have the tools, knowledge and experience to get rid of unwanted household pests--and keep them from coming back. We also

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3 years ago

02/13/2018, 07:46 AM
If you grind your teeth, you can appreciate how convenient it would be if your choppers kept growing to replace the dentin you wear away. Rats are pretty lucky in that regard. They are aggressive chewers, and their teeth never stop growing.
Anonymous on Facebook

3 years ago

02/08/2018, 09:57 AM
Four types of cockroach are very common in northern regions of the United States. These include the American cockroach, the German cockroach, the brownbanded cockroach, and the Oriental cockroach. They thrive in indoor environments and survive by scavenging food, glue, leather, soap, and book bindings.
Anonymous on Facebook

3 years ago

02/06/2018, 08:02 AM
Talk with your pest control expert on ways to make your home less attractive to wildlife. One possibility may be fruit fallen from trees or garbage cans that are too easily accessible.
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Anonymous on Facebook

3 years ago

02/01/2018, 11:28 AM
A pest control expert can determine the specific type of termite in your home. Subterranean termites build colonies underground while drywood termites live in the wood they consume, such as inside the walls of a home.
Anonymous on Facebook

3 years ago

01/30/2018, 13:29 PM
To keep pests out of your garage and home, make sure you’re emptying your garbage frequently. Mice and other rodents can be drawn to garbage if you let it accumulate for too long.
Anonymous on Facebook

3 years ago

01/25/2018, 06:13 AM
If your home has previously been subject to a termite infestation, then a termite monitoring system may be your best bet. This way, if they happen to return, we can catch it early before any real damage is done.
Anonymous on Facebook

3 years ago

01/23/2018, 04:02 AM
What do termites eat? As detritivores, termites are attracted to dead trees and plants as well as dead sections of trees. They consume cellulose, which makes up the basis of most plant life and can be found in wallpaper, wood and other items inside our homes.
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