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Allied Pest Solutions
Allied Pest Solutions
Mike O'Neill The Owner

Allied Pest Solutions is a veteran and family-owned and operated pest control company based in Gilbert, Arizona. We provide comprehensive Pest Control to the Entire Phoenix metro area including, Phoenix, Glendale, Peoria, Scottsdale, Mesa, Gilbert, Chandler, Tempe and Queen Creek. As a full service pest management company, Allied Pest Solutions professional technicians treat your home both inside and out against all unwanted pests. We treat not only your foundation and interior, but also your home’s yard and perimeter for maximum protection.

All techs are State Licensed and fully trained in all phases of pest management. We use only the Safest Products, utilize the latest technology & equipment. We promise your service will be done quickly & correctly with unmatched experience & professionalism.

Allied Pest Team

The Allied Pest Team  “We Will Put Your Pests To Rest!”

Simply put, at Allied Pest we take pride in exceeding your expectations through a commitment to excellent service provided in the safest way possible.

If we already service your home we will always do our best to earn your continued business.If you are looking for a pest management company we invite you to give us the opportunity to earn your business because we are committed to doing our best to serve you.

The Allied Pest team is led by an experienced, customer and employee focused management team. We strive for your 100% satisfaction. You will have the peace of mind and confidence that your job is done right and that we stand behind all of our work.

SPECIALIZED PEST SOLUTIONS TO MEET YOUR NEEDS

EXPERTS IN BEE, SCORPION AND BEDBUG REMOVAL

A DETAILED INSPECTION OF YOUR PROPERTY

WE OFFER PEOPLE FRIENDLY, PET FRIENDLY PRODUCTS

WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK

VETERAN OWNED AND OPERATED

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A Safer Way to Milk a Scorpion

A Safer Way to Milk a Scorpion

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