Berrien County, MI Pest Management Services
Berrien County is one of the Cabinet counties which are ten counties in the southern part of Michigan named after President Andrew Jackson and people who served in his Cabinet. Berrien County was named for John M. Berrien of Georgia who was the United States Attorney General under President Andrew Jackson. Berrien County was founded in 1829 and was formally organized in 1831. The Berrien County government operates the jail, maintains rural roads, operates the major local courts, keeps files of deeds and mortgages, maintains vital records, administers public health regulations and a wide variety of local maintenance and affairs. The population of Berrien County decreased by about 5,640 residents from the 2000 census. We will help eliminate mosquitoes and ticks while following the proper protocol to keep them from returning and breeding on a property.
Some towns in Berrien County that we service include: St. Joseph | Niles | Benton Harbor | Berrien Springs | Coloma | Bridgman | Watervliet | New Buffalo | Stevensville | Baroda | Buchanan | Three Oaks | New Troy | Three Oaks
Integrity Pest Management is committed to eradicating unwanted pests by utilizing Integrated Pest Management (IPM) practices. This approach will reduce the amount of pesticide used while providing maximum pest control results. IPM is mandated by the state of Michigan as the only acceptable management system allowed in schools, day-care and hospitals.
If you suspect you have a pest problem, call Integrity Pest Management today at (269) 430-1980 to get your free inspection and quote.