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McNeely Pest Control – Laura Hamilton Seminar

The staff of McNeely Pest Control has completed a three part training series with Laura Hamilton, Certified Speaking Professional, laurahamilton.com.

The seminars covered customer service, communication skills, telephone professionalism, generational differences, values and time management. This training will help the staff of McNeely Pest Control to work more proficiently and improve the overall customer service experience.

McNeely Pest Control is a locally owned and operated pest and wildlife management firm that strives to provide environmentally responsible pest management with many years of experience and science to offer superior pest and wildlife remediation services for clients in a wide variety of both commercial and residential settings. McNeely’s highly trained employees are supported daily by a staff entomologist, biologist, and wildlife biologist.

LauraHamilton2McNeely Pest Control also specializes in both commercial and residential wildlife remediation with a team of North Carolina and Virginia certified Animal Damage Control agents on staff to solve any nuisance wildlife concerns.

Specialties of McNeely Pest Control are residential and commercial pest management including ants, carpenter ants and fire ants; crickets, spiders, cockroaches, silverfish, bed bugs, wasp nests and all forms of stinging insects; mice and rats; termites, and wood destroying insect inspections for real estate transactions; wood boring beetles; TAP attic insulation, closed crawl space installation, dehumidifier installation, and wildlife remediation.

McNeely Pest Control service area includes the Piedmont and northwest North Carolina (Burlington to Banner Elk), Lake Norman and High Rock Lake areas plus southwestern Virginia from Independence and Wytheville to Stewart.

 

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