Unwanted pests invading your home? Ask the Masters

Masters Pest Control to answer questions at Home and Garden Show


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Wondering what kind of bug you’ve seen? Need to know how to get it out of your house — fast? Contact Masters Pest Control, Inc.

Bob Masters has more than 30 years’ experience in all types of pest control and wants to answer all pesky critter questions — about their behavior, what they want and how he can get them out of your home.

Masters will be at the Home and Garden Show at Delaware Valley High School on April 12 and 13. There, the tri-state pest control company will have information on hand about the latest techniques and products for handling insect and pest infestations of all kinds.

The Home and Garden Show is a two day event on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. There, Masters’ staff will be featuring products and services to help make a home and garden a safe and friendlier place.

“Our top priority is the well-being of our customers,” said Bob Masters, President of Masters Pest Control, Inc. “No question is regarded as insignificant; we want to do everything in our power to help everyone feel safe in their home.”

Masters’ technicians are highly trained and remain up-to-date on the newest advances in the industry.

Masters said that he and his staff will be on hand to answer attendee questions about every type of pests and pest related health and property threats.

“Spring is the perfect time to embark on pest proofing and home improvement projects,” said Masters. “Now is the perfect time to take action to protect our properties from costly damage. Termites and pests aren't usually detected until it's too late.”

Masters said he has recently received many questions about natural alternatives to chemically-based tick treatments.

“We’ll be discussing eco-friendly and natural ways to keep ticks at bay at the Home and Garden show,” he said.

Those who request a home/property pest and tick evaluation from Masters Pest Control, Inc. will receive a free tick twister (while supplies last), a safe and easy to use tick removal tool that removes ticks of every size on people and animals such as dogs, cats and horses.

Founded in 1982, Masters Pest Control, Inc. is a family owned and operated business that provides a wide variety of pest control services for both commercial and residential properties.

Master Pest Control, Inc. has been preserving the value of homes and businesses for more than 30 years in Orange and Sullivan County, N.Y., Sussex County, N.J., and Pike County, Pa.

For more information on pest and termite treatment and prevention visit www.masterspestcontrol.com or call 877-656-2024. Their office is open from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday; Saturday appointments are available.

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