Dominion’s Award Winning Team now offers ‘Green’ Pest Control, featuring Nature-CideÂ® all natural, non-toxic insecticide/pesticide.
Dominion’s owner, Greg Pettis, decided to offer the Green Pest Control Program after encountering the new all natural line of pesticides from Nature-CideÂ®. “We had tried ‘Green’ products in the past, only to be disappointed,” Pettis admits. “It took a lot to change my mind, and Nature-CideÂ® did it.” Pettis says the company is using the all natural line of products on pests such as spiders, centipedes, fleas, ticks, mosquitoes, ants and more. “Products we are using on the perimeter from Nature-CideÂ® even repel mice, rats and snakes. Nothing we have ever used before could do that.”
Dominion says some of the benefits include reduced application restrictions and runoff concerns. Another obvious application benefit is the great smell the new products offer, such as cedar, cinnamon and clove oil. “Everyone loves the smell, and I think our technicians are really enjoying not coming home smelling like chemicals at the end of the day.” Dominion also is offering the Nature-CideÂ® line of products in premixed spray bottles for fleas and ticks that can be used on animals, furniture, or flooring and an insect repellent spray great for ticks and mosquitoes. For more information on Dominion’s Green Program, call today: 717-393-7879.
We are proud to announce that for the 2nd year in a row, Dominion’s Team did it again! To get your super service, call us now: 717-393-7879.
After almost one decade as a member of the Better Business Bureau and never a complaint, we are proud to receive the A+ status. Thank you Lancaster & York for making us number one!
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Owner Gregory Pettis was recently interviewed by WGAL, explaining what homeowners can do to combat stink bugs. During the segment, Greg describes what Dominion does that separates them from other pest control companies in the war against stink bugs. To read excerpts, click here: WGAL Stink Bug Story.