Cerceris Launches Their DIY Pest Control Website

Cerceris is an online platform, aimed at providing visitors with DIY solutions for their pest control needs.

Las Vegas, United States - June 25, 2019 —

Dealing with pests in the home or business place can be a devastating experience. However, given the fact that most home and business owners would rather save cost on pest control, the Cerceris platform was established. Cerceris is an online platform, aimed at providing visitors with DIY solutions for their pest control needs. Boasting of well-researched facts, Cerceris aims to both save cost and eliminate pests in visitor’s homes.

Comprised of a team of researchers who boast of background in the pest control and extermination industry, the Cerceris platform is better equipped to offer in-depth information on pests and the best ways to ensure that infestation is curbed, both at home and in the business place. The team of professionals at Cerceris are constantly seeking out the latest and most innovative ways for visitors of their platform to deal with pests in their properties.

To ensure that specific pests are exterminated, especially to prevent the health risks associated with them, the Cerceris platform stays updated by publishing well-revised guides, reviews and how-to’s, which have been compiled to give step-by-step instructions to visitors on how to use the best pest control equipment, techniques, and products.

As part of their commitment to keeping visitors’ homes free from pests, their team of professionals boasts of a wide range of online resources on their platform. These resources are aimed at exposing readers to the best ways to combat and control insects around the home or yard. As part of their extensively discussed how-to guides and reviews, Cerceris, has through product testing, released a comprehensive guide on mosquito traps, bug zappers, insect sprays, and electric fly swatters.

Their do it yourself pest control guide also includes a whole lot more including answers to common pest control questions, which are guaranteed to help visitors make better choices with regards to pest control methods most suitable for their needs.

Catering to the control of more than flies in the home and yard, the Cerceris pest control blog also extensively treats rodent control methods guaranteed to keep the home safe from infestation. Their team offers well-researched, tried and tested rodent extermination guides, ranging from the best humane mouse trap reviews and buying guides to electronic traps, which are guaranteed to leave the home health risk and damage free.

Cerceris plays host to a wide range of resources for rodent control including the best options for mouse traps, live traps, electronic traps, and snap traps.

Cerceris is based at 304 S. Jones Blvd #3067, Las Vegas, NV 89107. Stay updated with the latest ways to deal with pests in the home while saving money and keeping the home health risk free, by contacting their team via phone at +17029633660. Online inquiries can be sent via email to hey@cerceris.info. Visit their platform for additional information regarding their services.

Contact Info:
Name: Vernon C. Lavigne
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Organization: Cerceris
Address: 304 S. Jones Blvd #3067, Las Vegas, NV 89107
Phone: +17029633660
Website: https://www.cerceris.info

Release ID: 528442

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