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Pest Prevention Division announced

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Noon Turf Care has created the division to offer a full line of pest prevention services.

| March 13, 2014

Noon Turf Care is proud to announce the creation of their new Pest Prevention Division in Marlborough Massachusetts. Starting in March of 2014 Noon Turf Care will offer a full line of pest prevention services to include crawling insect and rodent control, termite treatments and bed bug control. 

“We are very excited to have the opportunity to build this new division of service offerings for our customers. This has been years in the making and we are finally prepared to launch Noon Pest Prevention. We are looking forward to delivering the same level of professionalism and quality to the Pest Control industry as we have in the Lawn Care industry. We have recruited and hired a fantastic team of pest control professionals with a combined 100 years of experience in Pest Control” says Christopher Noon, CEO of Noon Turf Care.

The Lawn Care and Pest Control industries have very similar business and service synergies which will allow Noon to offer a full service line of pest prevention services in all three of their Massachusetts branch locations. In the coming months they will be running various discounted promotional offers to their existing customers as well as new customer. Look for their promotions online, in the mail or call 866-547-5296!  

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