Pests Are No Problem For Keller's Pest Control
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When insects and rodents infest homes and businesses, they become a threat to heath and property. At Keller’s Pest Control, we’ve been resolving pest problems in Manatee County and areas of southwest Florida for over 20 years. When you contact us for help getting rid of bed bugs, termites, rodents or other pests, you can expect licensed pest control professionals that deliver good old-fashioned customer service and effective treatment options. To learn more about our offerings, please select a service below.
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Why Choose Keller's
At Keller's Pest Control, we've been knocking out pest problems in Bradenton and parts of southwest Florida since 1996. If you're experiencing a pest infestation in your home or business, we have the solution!
When you contact us we will identify your pest problem, target where they live, and eliminate them. Guaranteed!
We Have The Best System In The Industry To Eliminate Bed Bugs!
Killing bed bugs with heat is one of the most effective methods on the market today. At Keller's, we are armed with industrial-grade heaters and fans that ensure that the air temperature in infested spaces reaches and maintains 140 degrees Fahrenheit for several hours. While that temperature is safe for most of the items in a home or business, bed bugs don't stand a chance!Learn More
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