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Pest Management Company Located in Monee, IL 60445
Preyon Pest Control offers two free followups for all of our emergency extermination services. You can rest assured that we will successfully “prey on the pests” that are invading your home! Call Preyon Exterminators today at (708) 232-7703.
Our Pest Exterminator Services
Ant exterminator and pest control treatment to get rid of ants in your home permanently.
Bed Bugs Extermination
Bed Bug exterminator and treatment to get rid of bed bugs for good.
Termite exterminator and inspections for your home extermination or real estate needs.
We exterminate mice and rats from your home permanently. Call for rodent control.
Spider removal and control for your home. We remove spiders from the walls and cobs throughout the house.
Roach extermination and waterbug treatment. Guaranteed coackroach abatement.
Household Bugs Extermination
We exterminate common household bugs like millipedes, silverfish and flies.
Professional. Safe. Affordable Exterminator Solutions
At Preyon Pest, we believe in providing affordable pro pest management that is unmatched in Monee, Illinois. From proactive preventative solutions to on the spot 24 hour emergency solutions, we have you covered. Call today!
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Proudly Serving All of the Monee for Over 10 Years!
Serving areas of Canterbury Lakes, Green Garden, Meadow Creek, South Monee. Zip code 60449.
A Little Known Fact About Monee, IL:
Lore and legend says the Village is named for a French-Ottawa Indian woman, Marie LeFevre Bailly. She was the daughter of a French fur trader and was a half-French, half-Ottawa Indian woman. An Indian princess, Marie was renowned as one of the most beautiful women in the northwest (Mackinac Island) area. Her father died when she was eight years old and her mother took her to live with Indian relatives. While young Marie was called “Mah-ree” by the French, the Ottawa had no sound corresponding with the letter “r,” and thus called the little girl “Mah-nee.” French treaty clerks later wrote the name as “Mo-nee.”