The No Nonsense Termite Company

6 Reviews

“ant infestation technician was knowledgeable, professional and courteous. I will be calling the same company for add...”

Serving Long Beach, CA License: 9622 / PR3863
The No-Nonsense Termite Company is a family owned business with over 15 years of experience in the pest control industry, offering the most complete pest control service in Southern California . Call anytime, and a professional technician will schedule an appointment to stop by your home or business...

Rene's Pest Control

1 Review

“He exterminates bees. Rene has been working for us for about four years and does a great job for us. I have given hi...”

Serving Long Beach, CA License: OPR 10317
complete pest control services, homes, multiunits, schools, hospitals, hotels, restaurants. Natural products, Monthly, Quarterly service.

Kilter Termite and Pest Control

7 Reviews

“Flea extermination I was greatly satisfied with the technicians work. He was courteous and completed the job very q...”

Serving Long Beach, CA License: pr2272
Of all the choices you make regarding your termite and pest control treatment, your choice of company will be the most important 1. We offer a complete line of treatments to match your need and the needs of your home allowing us to save you money by not over treating because "that's all we offer" ...

Other Local Long Beach, California Exterminators:

1319 W Willow St, Long Beach, CA 90810

A-1 Watkins Pest & Termite Control offers a full range of Pest & Termite Control Services. We are a small, veteran-owned business that has been servic...

For Long Beach and other Los Angeles County cities, the Eastern fox squirrel is a major nuisance. While to some these furry critters are cute, to others, fruit growers in particular, they’re a threat. According to exterminators in Long Beach and nearby California cities, the squirrels are bold, even known to snatch French fries and other treats out of the hands of children. Long Beach pest control services say they’ve had a hard time keeping the squirrels away from residents’ fruit trees, with the rodents managing to evade even squirrel traps. Residents say they target apricots, pomegranates and oranges, to name a few.