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REMINDER: We offer the same FREE, no obligation termite inspections for HOA and Property Managers!

Why Do HOAs and Property Managers Choose Mariners Pest Control?
We have grown into a specialty Home Owners Association and Property Management Termite Company. We have successfully treated many multi-unit properties, including 187 units at Rio East in San Diego and 89 units at Bonita View in Chula Vista, where the residents gave us a 100% approval rating! Our meticulous and state of the art methods have also saved more than 300 homeowners from having to evacuate for fumigations when localized treatment was not an option. 100% customer and resident satisfaction is our #1 goal!

Learn more about our HOA and Property Manager inspections: https://www.marinerspestcontrol.com/termites/free-termite-inspection-for-hoa-property-managers/

Prefer to chat with a representative? Call us at 888-945-2847.
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Please note that we are closed Memorial Day, Monday, May 28th.
We will reopen Tuesday morning at 8am.

Remember our Termite special: $300 off of ANY termite related service. You can book a FREE, no obligation termite inspection. Call us at 888-945-2847. Or, book online here: https://www.marinerspestcontrol.com/termites/free-termite-inspection/
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Our newest articles takes a look at Pest Control Myths. Get the facts from our newest article: "Common Pest and Pest Control Myths."

Here's a snippet:
"You are safe if you do not see any signs of pests

Many people ignore the possibilities of having an infestation just because they do not see any signs of pests around. This is not true since some pests such as carpenter ants and termites can be hard to find and before you know it, they have already caused massive damages to your property. The most effective way of pest control is recognizing an infestation before it gets out of hand. You should not wait to see apparent signs. Have a professional carry out an inspection regularly as professionals have the means of recognizing signs that you might not find on your own."

Read the rest article here: https://www.marinerspestcontrol.com/blog/common-pest-and-pest-control-myths/

Call us at 888-945-2847 for a FREE, no obligation inspection. Or visit us online at marinerspestcontrol.com
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Top Notch Free Termite Inspections in Orange County, Los Angeles, and San Diego Counties

When termites occupy your property, you have to rush to find a solution and save the structural integrity of your home or office. In this critical time, call Mariners Pest Control, Southern California’s most trusted termite control company. Even if you do not see termites currently, a free termite inspection can put your mind at ease.

How Can a Free Inspection Benefit You?
Whether you’re a home buyer, a home seller or a commercial property owner, you qualify for our expert inspection service. With a termite inspection from Mariners Pest Control, you’ll have an expert on your property, looking for the early signs of an infestation and receive peace of mind that you’re in the best hands throughout the entire process.

Call us at 888-945-2847 or schedule your appointment online here: https://www.marinerspestcontrol.com/termites/free-termite-inspection/
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Did you have a chance to read our article on the differences between Wasps and Bees?

Here's a snippet:
"Behavioral characteristics

Bees use poison to protect themselves or their hives. They can sting anyone who becomes a threat. Their stinger is sharp and remains in the skin of the victim. The stinger comes from the bee’s thorax and causes the bee to die eventually.

Wasps, on the other hand, are aggressive as they are predators. Wasps are easily provoked and can sting you even if you are not trying to hurt them. Their stinger is smooth and comes out of the skin quickly. When wasps sense danger near the nest, they produce pheromones to alert the whole family to come and attack who is trying to endanger them."

Read the rest of the article here: https://www.marinerspestcontrol.com/blog/understanding-the-difference-between-bees-and-wasps/

To schedule your FREE termite or pest inspection, call us at 888-945-2847. Or, you can schedule your inspection online at marinerspestcontrol.com
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Do you know the difference between bees and wasps? Here's our primer on the difference between the two.

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"Feeding habits

Bees feed by collecting pollen grains and sipping on nectar. They are known for being pollination agents. You can easily find them in flowers. They also love collecting water for drinking and cleaning their hives. There is a particular nectar-like substance, which when taken by the queen bee, it transforms it into being a queen.

Wasps, on the other hand, are predators that feed on insects such as flies. They occasionally sip on nectar too. They love the smell of beer and beverages and these two things can attract them to your home."

Read the rest of the primer here: https://www.marinerspestcontrol.com/blog/understanding-the-difference-between-bees-and-wasps/

Are you interested in a free pest inspection? Schedule an appointment here: https://www.marinerspestcontrol.com/pest-control/

Request a free termite inspection online, call us at 888-945-2847 or schedule one online: https://www.marinerspestcontrol.com/termites/free-termite-inspection/
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Uh oh! Don't look out the window with a home half-eaten by termites! Let one of our professional termite inspectors inspect your home for FREE.

Termite inspections are quick and easy.
Our inspections usually last between 30 and 45 minutes. After the inspection is done, we will email you a report with our professional suggestions. You are under NO obligation to use our service.

Why Choose Mariners?
*Over 10 Years of Service
*Over 100,000 Satisfied Customers!
*Family Owned and Operated
*BBB Accredited Business with A+ Rating
*Licensing, Bonding or Registration - License: OPR11186

To schedule your free termite inspection, please call us at 888-945-2847. Or, book your appointment online: https://www.marinerspestcontrol.com/termites/free-termite-inspection/
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Are you concerned that termites may have moved into the foundations of your home or commercial office? Don't wait until there is major damage!

If you don’t detect them in time, termite populations can grow exponentially, and their ability to damage the wood in and around your home’s foundation, depleting the value of your property and the structural integrity of your home or commercial building.

Luckily, we can help you. Since 2005, we’ve served over 100,000 satisfied customers with solutions that rescue the value of their homes.

The Top Termite Control
How do we make sure our work is thorough? By using intensely thorough methods throughout each phase of our extermination process.

During inspections, we look for the first signs of an infestation, even the ones most professionals fail to notice.
When we locate an active termite population, we set up a plan to exterminate the termites and the colony.

We repair, going the extra mile to make sure that you forget we (and the termites) were ever on the premises of your home or office.

Remember, we offer FREE, no obligation, termite inspections. To schedule, call us at 888-945-2847. Or, schedule your inspection online: https://www.marinerspestcontrol.com/termites/free-termite-inspection/
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In our newest article, we talk about the The 6 Most Dangerous Spiders in the World!

We talk about the:
*Brazilian Wandering Spider
*The Brown Widow Spider
*The Six-Eyed Sand Spider
*The Red Widow Spider
*Funnel-Web Spiders
*The Chilean Recluse Spider

Here's a snippet:
"The Brown Widow Spider

The spider carries neurotoxic venom which comes with many symptoms referred to as Latrodectism. The brown widow spider, just like most of the spiders has a poor vision hence having difficulties moving when not in their web. The spiders have spindly legs and globular abdomens. Its abdomen has red spots which take the form of an hourglass or some dots in a row. The males are tinier than the females, and their abdomen is browner than females. Their venom is less harmful compared to females but will bite when threatened or disturbed in their web."

Read the rest of the article here: https://www.marinerspestcontrol.com/blog/6-most-dangerous-spiders-in-the-world/

Are you interested in a free pest inspection? Request a free inspection online at marinerspestcontrol.com or call us at 888-945-2847.
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What’s Included in Mariners Pest Control’s Expert Inspections?

We’ll go through the property of your home, business or managed property, checking for the primary signs of an infestation. These include subtle things that you may not otherwise notice, like frass (termite droppings) around your property or tiny termite pinholes, or more obvious things that you may not have previously associated with an infestation, such as warping paint or mud tubes.

Here are some facts that you may not know about infestations in Southern California:

*Termites cost American homeowners about 5 billion dollars per year
*That breaks down to about 3,300 dollars per home
California is especially friendly to infestations; the temperate, damp climate makes it an attractive place to “raise” a colony
*Termites build the largest nests of any insect known throughout the world
*Termites are 2,300 species strong worldwide, with 45 species known to exist in 49 U.S. states.

If you live in Southern California, and you haven’t gotten an inspection recently, we’ll let you in on a little secret: your insurance company likely won’t cover a claim for termite damage, leaving you responsible entirely out-of-pocket.

Schedule your FREE, no obligation termite inspection by calling us at 888-945-2847. Or, by scheduling an appointment online: https://www.marinerspestcontrol.com/termites/free-termite-inspection/
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