TNT DIAMOND PROTECTION PROGRAM
TNT’s Diamond Protection Program is simply the best year-round protection available. With the seasonal changes in our area, year-round pest control in Northeast Ohio is becoming more and more common among homeowners who don’t want surprises when the weather changes.
Our Diamond Protection Program is truly a value-added service. You are protected from any type of pest inside and outside your home through our multi-visit service. Each treatment is adjusted seasonally, so we focus our attention where we need to based on the most common pests for that time of year.
Our experts use a four-step process that is focused on prevention and designed to limit the use of chemicals inside your home.
When you work with TNT Exterminating for your year-round pest prevention, you automatically get our SERVICE GUARANTEE—We will provide unlimited retreatment at no charge during the terms of the agreement.
You also get professionals who always serve you according to our four key principles of Inspect, Eliminate, Prevent and Monitor. We always strive to prevent infestations, but if you suddenly see an influx of carpenter ants, we’ll be there to handle it. While we may not be able to prevent yellow jackets in your yard, we will provide emergency service to eliminate any nests.
Be aware that our Diamond Program does not cover termites or wildlife control, but our technicians are ready to serve you, whatever your need may be. Call TNT Exterminating for the best year-round pest control in Northeast Ohio.
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