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Jay Taylor Exterminating Co. has been keeping homes in Wilmington, North Carolina, and the surrounding areas pest-free since 1941. Founded by J.W. Taylor, Sr., we're now owned and operated by the fourth generation of the Taylor family. Our company is committed to providing the highest quality service, accompanied by the best possible customer care. Give us a call for pest control and extermination services in Wilmington and Brunswick County, North Carolina. With over 80 years of experience, we're your #1 choice for NC pest management!
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With over 80 years of experience in the pest control industry, Jay Taylor Exterminating Co. is committed to providing our customers with the pest-free homes they deserve. Our highly trained technicians, quick response times, and commitment to fulfilling our customers’ expectations are what set us apart. We are the trusted name in pest control for Wilmington, NC!Learn More
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