Keep your home and family safe and healthy with effective pest removal services.
When you think of the term “pest,” you may think of something that annoys you, but pests such as insects and rodents are more than annoying—they can cause real health concerns for your family and home. When considering pest removal services, it may not have occurred to you that pests can carry diseases that can affect you, your family, and your pets. A main motivator for people experiencing pest issues is to eliminate the annoyance, but in our world, it’s important for different reasons.
At Overwatch Pest Management, we offer pest removal services for homes and commercial properties in Carroll County, Georgia. We know the dangers of pests, such as being disease vectors and the damage they can do to a home. Unchecked and unnoticed pest infestations can even cause long-term health effects such as asthma and disrupt your quality of sleep.
Our team is able to quickly identify and rectify your pest issues with effective pest removal. We know the importance of keeping your home safe for your family, as we are parents too. We are family-owned and operated and offer reliable, caring customer service for all of our customers. We strive to provide quick relief and offer long-term protection for your home or business.
We want our environmental impact to be as minimal as possible, which is why we strictly adhere to label use of EPA-registered products. Our services are cost-effective and efficient, and we go above and beyond to meet all of your pest removal needs. We are also wildlife certified, so we can deal with all animals invading your home. Give us a call today or request a quote online to get started with our team so that we can help you protect what matters most.
At Overwatch Pest Management, we are proud to provide pest removal services to customers in Newnan, Carrolton, Whitesburg, Sharpsburg, Palmetto, Senoia, Turin, Grantville, Moreland, Haralson, Sargent, Peachtree City, Fayetteville, Tyrone, Brooks, LaGrange, and Douglasville, Georgia, as well as throughout Carroll County, Heard County, Coweta County, Troup County, Meriweather County, Spalding County, Fayette County, and Fulton County.