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Dead & Gone promise: We live up to their name

December 4, 2019
By CHUCK BALLARO (news@breezenewspapers.com) , North Fort Myers Neighbor

Nobody wants roaches, termites or ants invading their living space. But if you have these creatures living in your house, there's a local pest control company that says it can make them "dead and gone."

Dead & Gone Pest Control in North Fort Myers handles various pest control problem, from bugs to rodents.

They have racked up some honors and "Best of" awards.

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Dead & Gone Pest Control in North Fort Myers handles various pest control problem, from bugs to rodents. They also have expanded to do yardwork and fertilization and weeding. They also handle palm trees and pine trees and provide preventative maintence for disease control.

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Bruce McCullough, sales and marketing director, said he joined the team five years ago after his partner, Greg Grier, started it.

"He used to have a company in Cape Coral and has been in the business since 1977. We graduated high school together in Illinois and he came up to visit and said he could use some help with his new company," McCullough said. "We decided we were done with the snow and came down."

The company handles all kinds of pest control problems and is fully licensed by the state. They also have expanded to do yardwork and fertilization and weeding. They also handle palm trees and pine trees and provide preventative maintence for disease control.

They will also come in case of an emergency, such as bedbugs, which is a big problem at hotels and motels, and rodents at commercial companies.

"It's an offshoot, but we're always looking to add to our services and looking for things that are not ordinary," McCullough said.

Dead & Gone offers special prices for the retirement communities in the area and throughout the year will offer specials such as free inspections and letting them know what they need. They might also offer to do their first treatment for free with a one-year agreement.

McCullough said this is the busiest time of the year for them as all the snowbirds are returning from up north and want services done. While it slows a little in the summer, they still do treatments for those up north as well as its commercial work.

Dead & Gone is open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday and on Sunday in the event of emergency.

For more information, call 599-2507 or visit dngpcfl.com

 
 

 

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