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Rockland County Insect & Rodent Extermination Services

Located to the west of the Hudson River, Rockland County’s residents and business owners have had their fair share of pest control problems.

When only the best will do, count on J.P. McHale Pest Management Inc., the premier Rockland pest control company. We’re proud to offer effective pest control solutions to our clients suffering from an infestation of termites, ticks, bed bugs, mosquitoes, cockroaches and other pests.

We provide pest control and extermination services throughout the Rockland County area and beyond. Towns we serve include:

  • Bardonia
  • Chestnut Ridge
  • New City
  • Suffern & Sloatsburg
  • Nyack & Piermont
  • And beyond!

Premier Pest Control Services–J.P. McHale Pest Management Inc.

As a family-owned business with more than 30 years of pest control experience, J.P. McHale Pest Management Inc. is dedicated to your satisfaction. Our clients’ safety is our number one priority, which is why we work with professional-grade materials that are environmentally-friendly to exterminate pests from your Rockland property — and keep them from coming back.

Why wait to protect your Rockland County home or business from unwanted pests that carry diseases? Visit our Pest Identification Library and contact J.P. McHale Pest Management Inc. today to discuss a pest control solution suited to your needs.

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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