Greetings East Sacramento and Midtown Community,
Peacemaker Pest Control would like you to know how grateful we are to have you as our neighbors and customers. We are tremendously thankful that you trust us with your pest control questions and needs, and with our services and “housekeeping”. Our integrated community is very important to us and we appreciate the continuous support and business that it provides. Moreover, we take pride in providing honest and quality service, and we are always here to help. With that said, thank you, neighbors!
Peacemaker Pest Control
First and foremost, THANK YOU! 2020 has been an exceptionally unpredictable year which has required continuous change and resilience. As some of our customers may know, Peacemaker Pest Control started as a dream that flourished with the provision of our local community.
We value each customer and have been dedicated to providing East Sacramento’s neighborhoods with quality, eco-friendly pest control services for your families. You are the reason our small business has remained in operation and we are tremendously grateful for your support. Because of this, we encourage everyone to keep the small businesses thriving during these unparalleled times.
December is a magical time of year. It’s a month of joy, love and togetherness… It’s the warmth of the season and hope for a bright new year. So, from our family to yours, we wish you peace and joy through this holiday season. See you next year!
Things are changing rapidly during the COVID-19 crisis and we are all having to adjust to these changes. As the community stays indoors and business owners temporarily close their doors to the public, we are not the only ones trying to adapt to all this change, pests are too! Rodents are being seen in broad daylight foraging for new food sources, home deliveries and accumulated trash are attracting unwanted pests such as cockroaches and ants, and let’s not forget summer is around the corner which is the season for mosquitoes, flies, and wasps to thrive. So what does this mean for the community? It means people are still at risk for the spread and cause of disease, viruses, allergens, and asthma through insect and rodent infestations.
The professional pest control industry plays a vital role in protecting the public health and we continue to work hard to reduce the threat of pest-borne disease and other illnesses. Coronavirus regulations are being executed and employees trained on new procedures. Technicians are taking precautions and are provided all the proper PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) needed to do the job safely. As an essential service, we appreciate the support of the industry in continuing to protect your home or business as well as your loved ones while we all get through this together (because pests don’t care about social distancing). Stay safe and stay well!
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