Cayce Exterminating Company Opens New Columbia Location

The pest control company stands ready to protect Columbia residents and business owners from bed bugs, termites, wildlife, and more, reports caycebugs.com.

Cayce, SC - January 23, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Cayce Exterminating Company is pleased to announce the official opening of their brand-new Columbia location. For over 50 years, the company has been serving residents and business owners in throughout the Midlands of South Carolina with honesty, integrity, and professionalism. The Cayce Exterminating team stands ready to help homeowners in the area fight every type of pest, from armies of tiny mosquitoes to dangerous rats and raccoons.

“We could not be more excited about opening this new location,” said David Day of Cayce Exterminating Company, Inc. “Since this company’s inception, it has been our goal to give each of customers with prompt, professional, and high-quality service, and we are thrilled that this new location will enable us to do so on an even greater scale. Home and business owners deserve nothing less than the best pest control in Columbia SC, and we strive to ensure the service we provide reflects that sincere belief.”

As an insured and licensed exterminator in Columbia SC, Cayce Exterminating Company offers a comprehensive suite of pest control services, including termite protection, nuisance wildlife control, and bed bug extermination. As a full-service company, the Cayce team is also able to provide home repair and remodeling services which help homeowners correct structural issues, repair damage caused by pests, and protect and enhance their home’s value.

Mr. Day went on to say, “When companies and homeowners in the Midlands discover a pest problem, their first reaction may be to panic. However, their second move should be calling our team for help. There’s not one extermination problem we haven’t been able to overcome. We’ve seen a lot in five decades, and we’re more than sure we can help any resident or business owner finally get rid of their bug or wildlife problem so they can finally get back to a frustration-free life.”

Visit caycebugs.com to learn more about Cayce Exterminating Company and find out how an experienced exterminator from their team can help you eliminate your pest problem once and for all.

About Cayce Exterminating Company, Inc.:

Cayce Exterminating Company was founded in 1963 by David H. Day Sr. on the values of honesty, integrity and superior service. Today, Cayce Exterminating has grown into a full service, residential and commercial pest management and home repair business located in the Midlands of South Carolina. Their team continuously strives to maintain a legacy of satisfied clients by providing prompt, professional and quality customer service. Their motto, “Your Pest. OUR Problem.”, enforces their commitment to these values. As a second-generation company, family-owned and operated by David H. Day Jr., Cayce Exterminating is continuously expanding their services to meet the changing needs of their valued customers.

Contact Info:
Name: David Day
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Organization: Cayce Exterminating Company, Inc.
Address: 2229 Taylor Road, Cayce, SC 29033
Phone: 803-796-2847
Website: https://caycebugs.com/

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