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LawnStarter Prevent-a-Pest Pro

Preventative pest control for year-round protection

Don't know what bugs you have? We've got you covered! Our recurring pest treatments help prevent spiders, ants, cockroaches, flies, wasps, and other pests from attacking your home

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I have used their services for years and love their friendly staff. They are always ready to come to our aid.
Mary C. - Nov 27, 2022 - Detroit, MI
They were super quick to respond; arrived at the time window they gave me, and didn't give me any nonsense about having to pay for their visit. It was the best pest control company I've ever used.
Walter T. - Nov 13, 2022 - Detroit, MI
This company is simply the best at what they do! I cannot recommend them enough.
Joseph L. - Nov 07, 2022 - Detroit, MI
A pest control company has served me for quite a long time. They just took care of our problem. Very well, too! We had a situation with rats getting into our house and coming in through the vents in the attic. The company was excellent about finding out where they were coming from and going after them for us, and it helped me to rest easy knowing that my family is safe from rat infestation now because of their help.
Lynne G. - Oct 23, 2022 - Detroit, MI
A friend recommended them to me for pest control and I was not disappointed by their service one bit. All the bugs in my house are gone, just like that!
Tyrone D. - Oct 18, 2022 - Detroit, MI
The most important thing when looking for a pest control company is that they are fully licensed and insured. They must also have the proper equipment to do their job, from chemicals to traps.
Louise R. - Oct 15, 2022 - Detroit, MI
I recently had a pest problem in my home, and I called this company to help me. They have the most friendly employees, and their service was very swift. I will never call another company again because this one is so good.
Carla J. - Oct 07, 2022 - Detroit, MI
I had a cockroach problem, and the company came over promptly and took care of the problem. The technician was professional and courteous; what more could you want? They are one of my preferred pest control companies that I would recommend to anyone.
Mildred C. - Oct 05, 2022 - Detroit, MI
I had a pest problem in my home. I was looking online for a different company to come and fix the issue when I came across your website. After reading through some of your reviews, I decided that you were the perfect fit for my pest control request. My house has never felt so quiet since you were here, leaving a very professional impression on me.
Bette E. - Sep 02, 2022 - Detroit, MI

Overall Rating: 5 / 5 stars (11 reviews)

Best pest control in Detroit

Known across the state for Coney dogs, Faygo, and Better Made chips, Detroiters love their city for its resilience, Midwestern charm, and storied history. From a drink at the Olde Shillelagh in Corktown to a tiger tail at Astoria in Greektown, there's no shortage of things to experience in D-town. But you might want to take a map with you, because Detroit is notoriously difficult to navigate.

Settled by the French in 1701, Fort Pontchartrain du Detroit was an immediately valuable settlement due to its proximity to the Great Lakes, the Detroit River, and Canada. Following the Great Fire of 1805, when most of the city was left in ruins, several architects began planning the new city. Adopting a hub-and-spoke configuration, the city was designed to have hexagonal blocks emanating from Grand Circus. Only half-finished, this plan was eventually abandoned and a traditional grid was overlaid on the existing streets.

Today, this unique layout combines with a series of freeways out to the suburbs that can be a little confusing. But Detroiters know you can orient yourself by looking for the Ambassador Bridge, which, along with a highway tunnel, connects the city to Windsor, Ontario. Or you can look for General Motors' World Headquarters at the Renaissance Center standing tall along the riverfront. Here you'll also find Hart Plaza which marks the location where Fort Pontchartrain once sat. This 14-acre plaza hosts the Ford Detroit International Jazz Festival, as well as a myriad of summer events including the Ribs and R&B Music Festival and the massive Ford Detroit Fireworks display.

Once you get out of the Financial District, head on over to Downtown and Campus Martius. You can stroll Woodward and check out the shops, and grab a bite to eat at the food trucks lining Cadillac Square. For authentic eats, check out Slow's BBQ or Big Boy's Burger and Shakes. Then relax and take a seat on the man-made beach in summer, or lace up your skates and hit the ice in winter. From here you're just a quick jaunt from Comerica Park, Little Caesar's Arena, and Ford Field. You'll also find the ornate Fox Theatre, constructed in 1928 and accommodating over 5,000 patrons. The Fox is a great place to see a Broadway show or catch a concert any time of year.

For history and food combined, stop by Eastern Market on a Saturday morning and enjoy the fresh produce, beautiful flowers, and local art for sale in this 150-year old venue. Before you leave, grab a drink at Eastern Market Brewing Co, or a slice at Supino Pizzeria. And if you're looking to relax after all the shopping and eating, take a beautiful drive across MacArthur Bridge and find your way to Belle Isle. Located in the Detroit River, Belle Isle recently became a state park and has experienced an incredible rejuvenation. This 982-acre park is home to the Aquarium and Conservatory, both built in 1904, as well as a golf course, public beach, and numerous other attractions.

While Detroit is known across the country as the Motor City and Motown, Detroiters know there's even more to experience than just the Big Three and Hitsville U.S.A. But with the pest population as diverse as the city's history, it can be hard to enjoy Detroit's energy when earwigs, ants, and spiders are knocking on your door. Invite LawnStarter to manage your pest control needs, and head on back to Lafayette for a Coney dog and a pop.


Neighborhoods we service in Detroit, MI

Detroit MI
Lafayette Park
Cass Park
Aviation Subdivision
Frisbee/Pembroke Park
Brush Park
Arden Park
South Warrendale-Wco
North Rosedale Park
Pilgrim Village
Greater Corktown
Northwest Goldberg
Poletown East
Martin Park
Franklin Park
West Mexicantown
Central Belmont
University District
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