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For A limited time AmeriGuard Extermination is offering Free Exterior Bi-Monthly Pest Control to New Customers who purchase our Pro-Guard Termite Service.
- Protects you and your Home from Termites and any other Crawling Pest for Life.
- You Save over $420.00 Per Year!
- Fully Transferable to a New Home owner if you Sell Your Home.
- This Program is by far our most Popular Service and the industries most economical!
- Requested by over 70% of our New Customers.
As an Independent Locally Owned business, AmeriGuard Extermination is dedicated to providing You, our customers Fast, Effective & Affordable, Mosquito, Termite and Pest Control Solutions. We Specialize in Residential Services and Pride ourselves on the fact that we've grown our business and reputation One Customer at a time since 1997 and Look Forward to serving you.
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Termites cause over $5,000,000,000worth of property damage each year in The United States alone.
Insects and Rodents can be more than just a nuisance. They can cause serious damage to your home and its contents.
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Mosquito Public Enemy #1
Of the 30 to 40 mosquito species in the United States, one stands out from the rest - the Culex variety - since they are primary vectors for St. Louis encephalitis and West Nile virus. Here are some vital facts on this most unwelcome pest:
- Culex mosquitoes prefer to breed in water that is high in organic matter content contained in artificial containers, rain barrels, catch basins, storm sewers and drains.
- Culex mosquitoes breed well in very hot conditions and reproduce rapidly.
- Culex mosquitoes can complete development in as little as 10 days to two weeks; the heat contributes to the shortened incubation period.
- Adult Culex mosquitoes will readily enter structures and are aggressive biters when searching for their next meal.
- Culex mosquitoes feed extensively on birds.
- Culex mosquitoes are most active at night and rest during the day.