January, 2023. Prices may vary by each location and are updated frequently.
PEST CONTROL (Roaches, Ticks, Mosquitos, and Ants)
|Follow-Up Treatment (for the same problem if it persists)||$55.00|
|Annual Treatment Plan (First visit)||$39.95|
|Termite Protection (Annually)||$99.00|
|Bed Bug Monitoring (Annually)||$279.00|
|Bed Bug Treatment (Based on property size)||$599-$2500|
|One-Time Mosquito Treatment||$65.00|
|Annual Mosquito Treatment (First visit)||$29.95|
|Quarterly Mosquito Follow-Up (Quarterly)||$59.95|
About Active Pest Control
When it comes to dealing with pests, you just can be passive. But you don’t have to deal with the pests by yourself, either. You can always call on Active Pest Control instead, if you’re in the Georgia area. Active Pest Control has locations in:
- Macon & Warner Robins
Their residential pest control treatments can deal with a wide range of issues, including ants, termites, mosquitos, bed bugs, roaches (including German roaches), flies, bees, wasps, spiders, and rats. They even have a bat control service for bat removal, and for preventing them from coming into your home in the first place.
They actually offer residential pest control packages, for either monthly or quarterly treatments. These packages include prevention and treatment for various pests, which may include even centipedes, sow bugs, hornets, and scorpions. These are the advanced pest control treatments that may not be available from more traditional pest control services.
These are the type of services that plenty of homes may appreciate, and the packages are perhaps among the most affordable in the industry. With the VIP package, you won’t have to worry about pests at all, with monthly services to check for a wide variety of pests, even some you might not normally worry about. Sure, very few homes have scorpion issues, but better safe than sorry.
These are great when you have more than a single type of pest to worry about. That’s probably true for many homes, where mosquitos, roaches, mice, and ants can all pose a problem. Then there’s also the termite issue, which can do terrible damage to your home (or the books in your library), if you’re unaware that you have a termite problem in the first place.
Perhaps the only negative thing about Active Pest Control is that they don’t have too many locations outside Georgia and the nearby areas. Plenty of homes in other states will appreciate the breadth of their solutions.
For more information about Active Pest Control, visit their official website.