Termite Pest and Bug Control Services
Termite and Pest Management
1.877.218.0382 253.858.3820
denmoorepest@yahoo.com
 About Dennis Moore Termite and Pest Management Dennis Moore Termite and Pest Management, Inc. was formed with the idea of personalizing a service for businesses and residences understanding that unwanted pests introduce damage and potential health hazards to our living environments. In the Northwest we are surrounded with wood destroying organisms, rodents, and moisture that are continuous. We are dedicated to respond immediately to solve these problems understanding the sensitivity of your surroundings. Wood destroying organisms are known to cost the home owner thousands of dollars each year with the damage that they cause. Wood destroying organism reports are made at the site of the inspection at no charge to you the customer. SERVICE PLANS • INSPECTIONS • RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL All services are safe for your children and pets. 1.877.218.0382 253.858.3820

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Photo Credit: "Termites (Nasutitermes sp.) with alates", © 2014 Bernard DUPONT, Flickr | CC-BY-SA | via Wylio
Photo Credit: "{unidentified} assassin bug - Kaeng Krachan National Park", © 2014 Rushen, Flickr | CC-BY-SA | via Wylio
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