Mick’s Exterminating Celebrates 45 Years In Business

Mick's Exterminating has been in the business for 45 years. Matt Ostrander and his team are some of the most knowledgeable exterminators in the state, who provide protection from pests year-round.

O'Fallon, United States - February 13, 2018 /PressCable/ —

St. Louis, Missouri (February 2018) — Mick’s Exterminating is proud to announce 45 years of exceptional and trustworthy exterminating business. For 45 years Mick’s Exterminating has served the people of St. Louis and surrounding areas with pest control solutions. A combination of diligent work ethic and decades of expertise has allowed Mick’s to maintain a standard for high quality work, in a variety of different scenarios. A commitment to serving customers has help Mick’s Exterminating earn a reputation for stability and hard work. After 45 years in the region, Mick’s is honored to have remained trustworthy and successful without ever compromising its core values.

President Matt Ostrander, the son of company founders Mick and Jan Ostrander, took over the business right after finishing his education. With the help of friends and the support from his parents, began growing the business and picking up new customers, one at a time. Today Mick’s team of exterminators are among the most knowledgeable in the state of Missouri. Each must undergo a training class from Missouri’s Department of Agriculture–the foremost authority on local bug life and infestations–meaning each of Mick’s exterminators is state certified. Their expertise isn’t limited to just crawlers, biters, and stingers, however; they can also handle rodents like rats, squirrels, and moles. They are experienced in the use of numerous pest control systems, including Termidor, Sentricon Colony Elimination System, and green-friendly EcoSmart pesticides. Mick’s is a member of National Pest Management Association (NPMA), a national non-profit agency that endorses professionalism and sound practices in the pest control industry.

Mick’s encourages customers to considering signing up for its signature home protection plan (HPP). Mick’s HPP provides comprehensive protection from pests in every season for interior and exterior treatments in residential buildings. Mick’s also offers plans and services for commercial buildings, so its business clients can trust that they are covered during grand openings and inspections.

Mick’s Exterminating

8491 Veterans Memorial Pkwy

O’Fallon, MO 63366

Contact Info:
Name: Matt Ostrander
Organization: Mick's Exterminating
Address: 8491 Veterans Memorial Pkwy, O'Fallon, Missouri 63366, United States
Phone: +1-636-978-5700

For more information, please visit http://www.micksexterminating.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 299897

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