GREEN PEST CONTROL
People, pet and planet friendly!
Good News Pest is the area’s leader in Green Pest Management, ridding your home of bugs without harmful chemicals. We use reduced-risk and pesticide-exempt products to eliminate spiders, fleas, ticks, termites, silverfish, bed bugs, cockroaches, bees, ants, rats, wildlife, and other pests from homes and businesses on Florida’s Gulf Coast.
Green Pest Control
Free your home of pests like roaches, ants, spiders, fleas, ticks, silverfish, and more with environmentally-friendly solutions that are safe for your family.
Protect your home from subterranean termites and drywood termites with our expert termite control services, backed by a $1 million damage warranty.
Stop rats, mice, & other rodents from entering your home with our rodent exclusion service. We’ll remove any you have & we guarantee results!
OUR CORE VALUES
The Good News Way
At Good News Pest, we are guided by our six core values, which we call the Good News Habits. We strive to live and do business according to these Biblical principles.
Solving Your Pest Problems with Green Solutions
Good News Pest Solutions got its start in 1989 as Macy’s Termite & Pest Control. Founder John Macy did a fantastic job getting the business off the ground and did a lot of hard work establishing a great reputation in Southwest Florida.
It was my honor to join the business in 1996 and to buy the business from John just a couple of years later. In the years that followed, I became increasingly convinced that we should do all we can to prevent harm to this beautiful planet that God created and entrusted to us.
We look forward to serving you and eliminating your pest problems with green solutions as well.
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