Sanford Pest Control Company All American Pest Control Marks Two Decades Of Termite Treatments

All American does more than spray for bugs. The firm has been in the pest control business since 1999 and has grown to the point where it can give back to the community with the Giving Back Program.

Sanford FL, USA - August 14, 2019 / / —

All American Pest Control and Shawn Manchette are pleased to announce that the Sanford Pest Control firm is celebrating two decades in operation. All American understands the importance of protecting homes and families with pest control in Sanford, FL. The company knows that having pests in the house is more than an inconvenience. Pests can not only cause damage to property, but they also pose health risks to adults, children, and pets. So, not only do the professionals get rid of pests in the home, but they also ensure that they don't return.

More details are available at https://www.pestcontrolsanfordfl.com

With Sanford pest management, safety is the top priority. All the technicians have been trained in the proper application of materials to ensure the safest environment possible for family and pets. All professional pest control products used have been registered for use by the United States EPA. All American employs only the hardest working and caring technicians. Customers will absolutely love the work done, whether it is an inspection, one-time treatment, termite treatment or yearly service.

According to a company spokesperson, “Our termite control program is an affordable way to protect your home from the expensive damage these pests can cause. All American has been protecting homes in Sanford since 1999. During that time, we have never had to re-treat a home for subterranean termites. Our termite treatments and Termidor are that good! That’s 100% satisfaction and effectiveness. We also provide other services to protect you and your family. One of the services we offer is flea and tick treatments inside and outside the home.”

All American has started the 'Giving Back Program' a free pest control program for low-income families. This program gives in two ways: the people who are helped and the happiness obtained when providing this service. The company also started the 'Discounts Programs' where members of the military, first responders and senior citizens receive a discount on their pest control services.

Contact Info:
Name: Shawn Manchette
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Organization: All American Pest Control
Address: 5224 FL-46 #121, Sanford FL 32771
Phone: (407) 391-9431
Website: https://www.pestcontrolsanfordfl.com/

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