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Dutchess County Pest Extermination Services

Located midway between Albany and New York City, Dutchess County has seen a pest or two! But when rats, bed bugs, ticks, stink bugs and cockroaches infest commercial or residential properties, Dutchess County business executives and homeowners alike contact J.P. McHale Pest Management Inc. to take care of their pest control problems.

With more than 30 years of experience, J.P. McHale Pest Management Inc. is dedicated to administering the very best pest control solutions that the industry has to offer. Our high-quality, professional pest extermination products are both effective and environmentally friendly. All of our pest control systems are designed with customer satisfaction in mind.

So whether you’re suffering from termites eating away at your foundation, mosquitoes taking over your yard or cockroaches creeping into your office, J.P. McHale Pest Management Inc. has a solution for you.

Termite, Tick, Mosquito & Other Insect & Rodent Control

While identification is the first step in identifying a pest control solution, it’s often one of the more difficult tasks for the average homeowner to determine.

Visit our Pest Identification Library and contact a J.P. McHale Pest Management Inc. representative to learn more about how J.P. McHale Pest Management Inc. can work to keep your home or business pest-free.

Bed Bug
Bed Bug<br>Elimination
We have the expertise needed to detect and eliminate bed bug infestations. Ask about our bed bug care package!
We use environmentally-friendly termite monitors to detect and eliminate termite colonies, giving you the protection you need.
Tick & Mosquito
Tick & Mosquito<br>Abatement
We offer tick and mosquito treatments, such as the Vector Intervention Program, which protects from disease.
Rodent Control
Rodent Control<br>Programs
When your business or home has a rodent problem, we’ll eliminate these pests using environmentally-friendly products.
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