Critter Control, a Pest Control Company, Announces the Opening of a New Franchise in Mansfield, OH

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The timely opening of the Mansfield Critter Control franchise will allow the business to help residents who have timely concerns about raccoons, bats and other unwanted wildlife.

MANSFIELD, Ohio, January 27, 2022 // GLOBE NEWS WIRE // – Critter Control is thrilled to announce today the official opening of its new franchise in Mansfield, Ohio. The franchise will be led by Laucke Hooper. The franchise will serve Ashland, Holmes, Richland, Tuscarawas and Wayne counties.

“Ohio is teeming with wildlife and we want to do our part to make sure everyone is safe and comfortable,” franchise owner Laucke Hooper said. “I am honored and delighted to lead Critter Control’s operations in Mansfield and surrounding counties. I look forward to dealing with wildlife issues and keeping the community safe.

The community of Mansfield faces unwanted pests of all kinds but, most notably, has an increased need for raccoon removal, as crossing paths with a raccoon at night is an all too common experience. There are also ongoing issues with rats, bats, mice and squirrels that reside throughout the Mansfield area in their homes. The new Critter Control location has a team of professionals who have undergone extensive training to safely and humanely remove unwanted wildlife from residential and commercial properties.

“Every community has to deal with unwanted wild animals in their homes and buildings. Homeowners, businesses and municipalities across the country continue to choose Critter Control professionals to help protect their property,” said Joe Felegi, CEO of Critter Control. “The Critter Control team is thrilled to welcome Laucke Hooper to the team and establish a new location in the heart of Ohio, where there is an immediate need for safe and humane wildlife protection services.”

Mansfield’s Critter Control will be open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The franchise is closed on Sundays, but emergency services are available 24 hours a day. The site will serve Ashland, Holmes, Richland, Tuscarawas and Wayne counties.

SOURCE Critter Control



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