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PCS Opens New Location in Pinellas County

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The new branch Pestguard Commercial Services will serve the greater Tampa Bay, Fla. area, the firm said.

| May 3, 2013

TAMPA BAY, Fla. - Pestguard Commercial Services (PCS) has opened a new office in Pinellas County to serve the greater Tampa Bay area, the firm announced.

PCS will opened their new 4400-square-foot service facility on May 1, 2013 to assist with their growth and expansion in the Tampa Bay region. Roger Mensing, president of PCS said, “Our new service center allows us to be closer to our customers in Pinellas and Hillsborough counties and will help us grow, which in turn will provide more jobs for the community”.
 
PCS serves the west coast of Florida and provides pest, termite, and fumigation services as well as a full complement of landscape services including grounds maintenance, landscape installation, lawn & shrub care, and irrigation maintenance, repair, and installation.
 
For more information visit pestguardtermite.com.
 

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