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Buckingham Pest Control Makes Verified Homeowners' Guide for 2013

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The St. Louis, Mo.-based firm has been accepted into the 2013-2014 edition of the Verified Service Reports and Homeowners' Guide of Quality, Reliable Contractors and Professionals.

| March 12, 2013

ST. LOUIS, Mo. - Verified Service Reports announced that Buckingham Pest Control has been accepted into the 2013-2014 edition of the Verified Service Reports Homeowners' Guide of Quality, Reliable Contractors and Professionals.

In order to be inducted to this publication, a business must pass Verified Service Reports' rigorous verification process in St. Louis or Phoenix, Ariz., where the company currently has branches, according to Verified Service Reports.

"There is no other company with such a tough vetting process in the state for our published businesses," said Tony White, Verified Service Reports. "We really walk our talk about vettering any company for our homeowners." 

"We were very happy with the results for Buckingham Pest Control and every company must pass our vetting process each year to remain published and in good standing with Verified Service Reports," White added. 

Buckingham Pest Control was founded in 1994 by Noel Buckingham. Learn more at buckinghampestcontrol.com

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