TruGreen launches Perimeter Pest service

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July 21, 2020

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July 21, 2020


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TruGreen has expanded into exterior pest control via its latest service offering, Perimeter Pest. Available in select markets across the nation, Perimeter Pest consists of four seasonal, exterior treatments applied by TruGreen specialists with localized knowledge and science-backed training. According to a news release, the treatments last 60 to 90 days and are applied to the house’s perimeter. The product targets a variety of pests, including ants, boxelder bugs, centipedes, cockroaches, earwigs, kudzu bug, lady beetle, millipedes, mud daubers, stink bugs, paper wasps, scorpions, sow bugs and spiders.

This new service offering is becoming available in 72 branches spanning several states across the country, including Alabama, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas and Virginia.

“The addition of Perimeter Pest to our Pest Defense Program reinforces our commitment to best serve our customers,” Johanna Metz, TruGreen’s senior director of product management, said in the news release. “Perimeter Pest targets the outside of the home to prevent unwanted pests from making their way inside and helps customers and their families enjoy more quality time pest-free.”

Perimeter Pest is the latest offering in TruGreen’s Pest Defense Program, a suite of services aimed at controlling unwanted pests. With this launch, TruGreen seeks to further enhance the customer experience by serving as a one-stop-shop for lawn and pest services.

TruGreen tailors customized plans to help protect outdoor living spaces from pests that could devastate the lawn as well as control those that can become bothersome, such as fleas, ticks, ants and mosquitoes.

 

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Heather Gooch

Heather Gooch is the editor-in-chief for PMP magazine. She can be reached at hgooch@northcoastmedia.net or 330-321-9754.

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