Thanks to all of you, Palmetto Exterminators has been nominated for a Best of Charleston award from the Charleston City Paper! Our Charleston branch and its hardworking pest professionals are finalists for the Best Pest Control company, and we need your help to make it to number one.
Final voting opens on Valentine’s Day and will continue through March 5th. Once voting closes, you’ll be able to see the results of each award category in the April issue of Best of Charleston.
If you or someone you know has used our services and were satisfied by the experience, please consider voting for us in the Best Pest Control category. Because this is a consumer-based award, our team of dedicated pest exterminators truly values your input — without you (and the bugs), we would not be able to do what we do! If you liked us, please let us know by voting here on Best of Charleston. Many of these category winners take the victory by only a few votes, so each vote is important!
Our company has been around since 1960, and we have been owned and operated by the Snyder family since 1976. Throughout our 60 years in business, we have been slowly expanding throughout both North and South Carolina, ensuring customers’ homes are pest-free along the way.
As our business has grown, we have added to our services and created more resources for our customers to help themselves. In addition to our Quarterly Pest Control and Commercial Pest Control services, we also offer special services for particularly troublesome pests, sustainable pest control options with Palmetto Green, termite control, and mosquito control choices.
If you’re looking for more information on certain pests or answers to some of the most frequently asked questions, you can take a look at our Pest Library or head to our Pest News section. We post useful pest management content in both of these places.
From the entire Palmetto Exterminators team, thank you for being loyal customers over the years. Please head over to Best of Charleston to place your vote; we’ll be looking forward to the April issue!