Protect your family and home from pests with McNeely’s Advanced Home Protection Plan. This quarterly service is designed to address common household pest concerns and provide year-round protection from pest infestations.
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Our Advanced Home Protection Plan guards against common household pests, including:
- Wasp nests
- Crickets & more
With the Advanced Home Protection Plan, McNeely pest experts will inspect and treat your property every three months, providing preventative pest control treatments to keep your home pest-free. And should a covered pest problem arise between scheduled treatments, you’ll also receive service at no additional cost.
This comprehensive plan is designed to focus primarily on the exterior perimeter of your home where pests originate, in combination with interior inspection and the judicious use of insect baits and trapping devices on the interior.
Pest Treatments Designed to Fit Your Needs
Your Advanced Home Protection Plan includes preventative as well as pest-specific treatments. In addition, should pests such as fleas, ticks, ladybugs, stink bugs or flies become a problem in your home, we also have a service solution to control and prevent these pest infestations. As a McNeely Advanced Home Protection Plan customer, you’ll receive a discount on any additional pest, wildlife, termite, mosquito, bed bug or TAP pest control attic insulation.
Looking for even greater protection from common household pests? Take a look at our Advanced Home Protection Plus plan, which includes coverage for termites, or our Advanced Home Protection Premium plan which provides additional coverage for termites, mosquitoes. Check out our Mosquito Protection Plans as well.
Ensure that your home stays pest-free all year long. Contact McNeely Pest Control to learn more about our Advanced Home Protection Plan today! We’re proud to provide pest control to homes in Winston-Salem, Greensboro, High Point and throughout the Piedmont, as well as Northwest portions of North Carolina and Southwest portions of Virginia.