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* We offer 1 simple price and plan for most properties.

* We use texting to communicate quickly and.easily. Most questions are answered within 15 minutes.

* Over 10 years of experience.

* We are a faith based family company.

* We accept credit cards.

* If an issue arises between services we will retreat your property at no cost.

 WHAT MAKES US A SPECIAL COMPANY

A NOTE FROM THE OWNERS JAY AND RONDA 

Hello, we are Jay and Ronda Sloan. We are the owners of M.N.P.C. I take care of the bugs and my wife Ronda takes care of the books. We both come to every first time visit to be able to completely answer all your questions. We love our jobs and love our customers. We look forward to meeting you!

BLACK WIDOWS: Black widows are identified by red hourglass marking on the underside of their abdomens. Black widows are shiny black in color. Most black widow spiders’ bodies are 3 to 10 mm in size. Females are larger than males and can measure 13 mm in body length. These spiders are members of the genus Latrodectus.

GERMAN ROACHES: In most cases, German cockroaches are introduced into a structure or residence when bags, boxes or cardboard containers are brought into the home. They may even be brought in with used appliances. In multiunit apartment buildings, German cockroaches can easily move between units, using the shared plumbing and pipes as a highway.

ROOF RATS: Nests inside and under buildings, or in piles of rubbish or wood. Excellent climber that can often be found in the upper parts of structures. Roof rats are highly adaptable. They prefer to live in high places, but may live in a variety of environments. They are nocturnal by nature and are accomplished climbers.

EARWIGS: There is a superstition that earwigs burrow into the ears of people while they sleep. This is a myth and without any scientific basis. Earwigs frighten many people because of the pincers on the back of their abdomens. Earwigs use these pincers for defense and for sparing with rival earwigs

ARGENTINE ANTS: Argentine ants are readily adaptable and can nest in a great variety of places. Colonies are massive and may contain hundreds of queens. Nests are usually located in moist soil, next to or under buildings, along sidewalks or beneath boards. These ants travel in trails.

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