COVID-19 Safety Update

During this time of uncertainty, the health and well-being of our clients is our top priority. As we monitor developments related to Coronavirus (COVID-19), rest assured, we are committed to doing everything we can to ensure our customers and employees are safe. Our service is essential in preserving the health of our customers and protecting property. With that in mind, …

Larue Celebrates 40 Years Strong

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEMEDIA CONTACT: Marin Asher, Director of MarketingLarue Pest Management, Inc. (239) 334-0880www.laruepest.com/contactFort Myers, FL, March 24, 2018 — Larue Pest Management, a local, family owned company providing pest control, lawn care and irrigation services in Southwest Florida, is celebrating 40 years of business. From its small beginnings in Lehigh Acres, it has grown to service thousands of residential and commercial clients …

Mosquito Control in Southwest Florida After Hurricane Irma

On September 10th, 2017, Hurricane Irma swept across Southwest Florida, bringing not only heavy winds, but widespread flooding. Thankfully, adult mosquitoes don’t generally survive the high winds that hurricanes bring, so during the hot, stagnant days of no power that followed this massive storm, at least we weren’t covered with mosquitoes. Unfortunately, the flooding caused by Hurricane Irma across much …

Hurricane Irma’s Impact on Larue Pest Management

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASESUMMARY: Due to flooding caused by Hurricane Irma, Larue Pest Management, Inc. has temporarily relocated their main offices in Lehigh Acres to their Fort Myers branch off Alico Road.MEDIA CONTACT:Keith RuebelingLarue Pest Management, Inc.(800) 314-8813LaruePest.com/contactLehigh Acres, FL, September 14, 2017 — Lehigh Acres pest control company, Larue Pest Management, Inc, was impacted by flooding caused by Hurricane Irma and is …

Lee County Mosquito Control – We Appreciate You!

This is a guest blog post from Larue’s Director of Business Relations, Marin Asher. Lee County Mosquito Control – We Appreciate You! Living in Southwest Florida, we’re fortunate to have tax dollars that are dedicated to monitoring and controlling the mosquito populations in what is most definitely prime breeding grounds for them. I have family members who live in another …