Services for Pest Control in the Minneapolis, MN, Area
Commercial Pest Control
Commercial pest extermination is essential for
businesses. If your employees get caught in swarms of wasps or your restaurant
gets overrun by rats, then you’ll have to deal with the threat your business
poses to the health of others. You might even be forced to close.
However, you don’t have to be scared of what could happen
when you have a high-quality pest control service on your side. Paffy’s Pest Control
provides business pest extermination throughout the Minneapolis,
MN, area, and we’ll be happy to support your business with our expertise. Experience
Paffy’s Pest Control is locally owned as well as licensed,
and we have years of experience with extermination in the Minneapolis, MN,
area. Our goal is your complete satisfaction, and to this end we will
personalize your service according to your business. We provide commercial
pest extermination in health care facilities and restaurants as well as
office buildings, so rest assured that we’ll know what to do. Range
When people in the Minneapolis, MN, area need help, we deliver.
From our office in Newport, we serve the Twin Cities area, helping families and
businesses in seven counties around the metropolis, including areas in
Whatever type of pest you’re having problems with, our
skills likely address your problem. We deal with pests such as:
Box elder bugs
While the pests listed above are some of the main pests we deal
with, our services extend far beyond them. We offer integrated pest management which
provides supervisory inspections, structural deficiency inspections, pest
identification, and training for your employees.
We even offer free on-site consultations. We’ll come out to
your business, identify any problems, and give you a price quote so you can
make an informed decision. Call us to learn more or to get started. Our number
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