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Dewey Pest Control Co

3711 Beverly Blvd
Los Angeles CA 90004
(323) 666-1361
Dewey Pest Control was founded by Ray M. Dewey in 1929. It began as a one-man operation, and since then has flourished into an organization of hundreds of technicians, crew workers, inspectors, fumigators, and office personnel. In July 1977, Steven R. Dewey purchased Dewey Pest Control from his father and established our present name Dewey Services, Inc. Dewey Services, Inc. owns and operates 32 branches throughout the State of California and maintains its Corporate Headquarters in Pasadena, California. OUR COMMITMENT: Over the years, Dewey Pest Control has managed a dedicated workforce, quality of service, and a commitment to provide satisfaction to our clients. We realized the legal, environmental and public relations aspect of every pest and insect control assignment. Our goal has always been to preserve a safe and healthy living environment through the proper application of approved materials and techniques. OUR STAFF: Dewey's staff of experts in the field of pest control is a group of specialists whose education and expertise blanket every phase of pest management. The staff in each of our locations has been carefully selected and properly trained to solve general Pest Control problems as well as specific problems unique to our clients. Dewey service technicians are regularly schooled in all newly developed and effective application techniques for each particular problem.
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