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The Florida-based company also announced it won an Angie's List Super Service Award in four categories.

| February 7, 2013

APOPKA, Fla. — Heron Lawn and Pest Control has launched a new website, www.heronpest.com. The newly redesigned website has an array of new features and interactive tools such as an Irrigation Water Savings Calculator, customer testimonial videos, before and after photos, live chat, homeowner tips and more.

The company also announced it was a winner of a 2012 Angie’s List Super Service Award in four categories, lawn fertilization and treatment, lawn irrigation, lawn and yard work as well as lawn irrigation.  The award is given based on feedback from customer reviews and maintaining a high rating on Angie’s List.  Less than 5% of companies on Angie’s List win the award.

 

 

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