Superior Rodent & Pest Control Provides Pest Control to Maricopa County

September 15, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Residents in Maricopa County have been noticing a larger than normal amount of pest infestations in the area. Some think it is because people aren’t cleaning their houses and well and others think it is because of the weather. Because of this rise in pest infestations more and more people have required professional pest services this year. Luckily, Superior Rodent & Pest Control just opened their doors.

Superior Rodent & Pest Control is the newest pest control company in Maricopa County. They provide a wide variety of pest control services and offer a team of eight pest exterminators. Their pest exterminators have all been professionally trained on treating each and every species of pest in the area. The company just opened their doors last week and already has received a ton of high star reviews online. Their services are known to be reliable, effective, and affordable. They have helped a large amount of homeowners and some pretty big commercial properties so far.

Their flagship service is their custom treatments. These treatments are great because they are the most reliable pest treatments among all other pest control companies in the area and they are extremely affordable. Superior Rodent & Pest Control is able to achieve these great results by custom engineering each treatment for the individual pest it is meant to treat. No two treatments are alike and they offer no generalized treatments. By doing this they are able to guarantee the most long lasting and effective protection versus any other treatments in the area.

Their routine checkups are also amazing because their team of exterminators will go to the target property and take all of the necessary steps to make sure that there is no pest invasion in the future. They prevent the pest infestation from ever happening in the first place because why fix a problem when it can be prevented altogether, the company says. These services are scheduled monthly, quarterly, biannually, and annually and the company is extremely flexible on setting up time and dates. They do not require a contract.

Finally they understand that people are sometimes faced with dangerous situations that they need help with. That is why Superior Rodent & Pest Control responds to emergency situations in the fastest manner possible. The president of the company recently said, “Our number one priority when performing any treatment is safety. We provide our services in the safest way possible and we respond quickly. If people are caught in a dangerous situation they should call us immediately and we will get there immediately. We will take care of the problem in the quickest and safest way possible.

The company has a ton of great reviews online so if people think they have a pest infestation they should contact Superior Rodent & Pest Control today. Their hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekdays and from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturdays. They are closed on Sundays. They can be reached by phone or on their website at


For more information about Superior Rodent & Pest Control, contact the company here:

Superior Rodent & Pest Control
Superior Rodent & Pest Control
(480) 428-1926
7622 East Camelback, Scottsdale, AZ 85251

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