Pest control and Exterminators in Shiawassee County
Exterminators in Shiawassee County
The unique culture in Shiawassee County makes the region stand out from others. With castle-like structures across the county, the area is noticeably different from its neighbors in Lansing and Flint. No matter how beautiful the architecture is, pests are famous for causing excessive damage to any structure. Fortunately, Griffin Pest Solutions is available for residential and commercial pest control for Shiawassee County!
Whether you're a homeowner or business owner in Shiawassee County, our experts will perform a thorough inspection of your property and create a custom solution meant to solve your problem. In addition to one-time services, we also offer long-term protection with PestFree365+, our preventative pest maintenance program. All services come with our guarantee, so if your problem isn't completely solved the first time, we'll come back until you're 100% satisfied. Speaking of 100, that's a number that Griffin Pest Solutions holds near and dear, as we've been in business for about that many years. How many businesses can say that? So if you're looking for reliable pest control in Shiawassee County, call the company that's been trusted for almost a century.
Expert Pest control
I have been using Griffin Pest Control for about 10 years; very satisfied with results, they keep our home basically bug free and they have been responsive to an occasional issues of bees on the exterior or yard and an occasional interior problem.
– Gregor D.
We Get Rid of Rats and Mice
Have you been hearing noises in the wall? Noticing unusual droppings, or bite marks? It could be rats or mice. Don't panic just call the experienced rodent control experts at Griffin Pest Solutions. We'll treat your problem like the top priority that it is and send out an expert who will put an end to the problem quickly and free of hassle.
If you're looking for eco-friendly pest control, Griffin is a GreenPro-certified company! To earn this distinction, our employees must pass the national Integrated Pest Management (IPM) exam and enact those principles in every service they perform. We actively avoid preventative maintenance based solely on the calendar and frequent high-volume pesticide application without justification. IPM requires a more thoughtful approach to pest control, but in the end, it's safer, more sustainable, and superior.