Maineville, Ohio

Bug-A-Pest

Don't Let the Pest Bug You

Bug-A-Pest

2575 W US Highway 22 & 3, H
Maineville, OH 45039
(513) 459-7700
Bug-A-Pest, Pest Control, Services, Maineville, Ohio

When pests have invaded your property, finding the right pest control service immediately is essential. Bug-A-Pest has been providing pest extermination services to the residents of Maineville, OH, for 25 years.

A Bug-A-Pest exterminator will leave your home without a trace of infestation, no matter the scale of the problem. This vanishing act isn’t magic — it’s the product of years of wisdom. As a member of the Ohio Pest Management Association and National Pest Management Association, they receive pest removal information from across the nation. Each exterminator uses efficient techniques to eradicate any termites, ants, mice, cockroaches, bedbugs, or stink bugs from your property. 

Family owned and operated, the exterminators at this company have specific knowledge about the different pest issues that disturb property owners in the Maineville area. They understand that no two infestations are the same — that’s why each exterminator is qualified to draw up a unique approach to an extermination project. You know your home better than anyone, so feel free to help them draw up the battle plan or ask questions.

As a bonus to new customers, coupons are available for $25 dollars off any mice or one-time service, along with $50 dollars off an initial pest control service with a one-year agreement. 

For an exterminating company committed to getting pests away from your home, contact Mason, OH’s leading pest control service at Bug-A-Pest LLC today by calling (513) 459-7700. You can also visit their website for more information on their services. 

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