Madison, Alabama is a town rooted in history—and in our hearts. The area surrounding our town was first settled in 1818 by John Cartwright. In the years that followed, the town grew and flourished, leading to its formal establishment as Madison Station in 1856. Madison’s historical prominence became even more firmly rooted during “The Affair at Madison Station in 1864 during the Civil War, and in 1869 the “Station” was later dropped in favor of simply “Madison.” Today, Madison has grown into one of the fastest expanding cities in the Southeast, with excellent schools and a thriving economic center. Madison has received accolades such as being listed in “Top 10 Places to Grow Up” but US News & World Report, “10 Best Towns for Family” by Family Circle, and listed as one of CNN Money’s “Top 100 Best Places to Live.” At A Plus Pest Control, we not only service Madison—we’re part of the local community, so you can be assured that we’re committed to helping our neighbors and contributing to our community. Here at A Plus, we’re committed to making Madison an improved, pest free place to live. At A Plus Pest Control, we hold the same values that our community of Madison holds dear. We’re honoring our past 50 years of combined pest control experience while moving forward with advanced pest control technologies and superior, friendly customer service. Our customers are more than clients—they’re our neighbors, and we’re dedicated to treating them fairly and keeping them happy. In fact, we stand by our services so much that we offer a worry free guarantee on all of our services—you can trust that pests will stay gone and you will stay satisfied—all at an affordable rate. Call A Plus Pest Control today at 256-850-4423, and let pests be a thing of the past.
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