Fox Pest Control (also known as Fox Pest Service) was founded in 2012 and provides residential pest management services to homeowners across 13 states. The company prides itself on its Home Protection Plan which is guaranteed to to rid the home of unwanted pests or your money back.
Fox Pest Control sports a wide variety of pesticides catered to specific situations, insects, and infestations to do the job, and will send its technicians to the source of the problem, even if outbreaks originate in attics or crawl spaces.
Fox Pest Control’s Home Protection Plan is its year-long pest management service guaranteed to keep the home pest free or your money back. The company’s licensed and trained pest management technicians will service the home during each of the four seasons following an initial treatment, and will return at no charge to the homeowner if concerns arise between treatments:
As mentioned above, Fox Pest Control covers 13 US states, including the following:
Fox Pest Control carries a wide array of pest control products aimed at prevention and extermination of unwanted pests and goes so far as to list these products directly on its website, complete with an active ingredients list, directions for use, and potential hazards to be aware of for each product. This level of transparency is rare in the industry, and demonstrates Fox Pest Control’s desire to empower customers with as much information as possible so they can make an informed decision.
As for covered pests, Fox Pest Control sports a library that can compete with any top brand:
Fox Pest Control does not appear as yet to hold accreditations from the National Pest Management Association (NPMA), which awards pest management providers for their outstanding professionalism and use of eco-friendly products. While the lack of NPMA accreditations is no indictment on the level of service customers should expect to receive from Fox Pest Control, they can sometimes be a difference-maker for homeowners comparing multiple pest management providers.
Fox Pest control does not appear to offer wildlife control or removal services beyond rodents and snakes. If you find your pest problem to be bat-, bird-, or raccoon-related, you may need to consult another provider to get the help you need.