Exceptional Pest Control in Johnstown, PA
These cities have a lot of history, as well as beautiful state parkland and forests. Altoona is the home to Horseshoe Curve, a National Historic Landmark that was built in 1854. This tourist-attracting railroad curve is 2,375 ft. long and was built to lessen the grade to the summit of the Allegheny Mountains. Alternately, Johnstown has evolved from being centered in the “Steel Belt” to being in the middle of the “Health Belt” as the economy in the area has reinvented itself with modern industries. Plunkett’s local service technicians’ team proudly serves the central Pennsylvania region and these interesting places within it.
Plunkett’s knows what problems the home and business owners in this neck of the woods face. We’ve been helping to prevent your most common pests for decades. If you need trusted, quality local pest control, Plunkett’s has got your back.
Pest Control That Understands Pennsylvania
These three cities are home to a lot of history and a lot of rich, luscious state parkland and forests. The dense trees, greenery, and dynamic landscapes distinctive of Johnstown, Altoona, and State College, PA, invite some particular pests. Some of these common area pests include:
Cockroaches: Cockroaches thrive in urban environments, especially if they have access to humidity. Plunkett’s experts can reduce roaches on your property by 75% within one week and eliminate them within six.
Spiders: Spiders are attracted to dark, secluded areas where they can hunt the flying and crawling insects they consider prey. They tend to love preying on Ohio’s many flying and crawling insects. Plunkett’s technicians are experts in spider removal and exclusion.
Termites: Termites attack wood that’s wet, rotting, or damaged. Plunkett’s uses the Sentricon Termite Baiting system to wipe out entire termite colonies quickly and permanently.
Box Elders: Boxelder bugs are a major annoyance in spring and fall when they begin to congregate around homes. Plunkett’s offers a Spring & Fall program designed to protect your property from these seasonal invaders.