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Hansen Services, Inc. is a family owned business. It was founded by Donald Hansen over 25 years ago and is proudly carried on by second generation owners. Our company embraces an integrated pest management (IPM) approach to pest control, is fully insured and is a state certified woman- owned business. Our goal is to achieve a pest free environment for you in your home and workplace.

Don realized he had a passion for pest control during his time as a problem solver for some of the Midwest’s largest pest control companies. However, he was not totally satisfied with the customer service and quality standards of those businesses. He envisioned a company that was not only committed to a higher standard of quality service but also to exceptional customer service and in 1984 Hansen Services, Inc. was born. Don served as company president until he turned over control of the company to his daughter, Robin, in 2004. Sadly, we lost Don in 2008 shortly after his retirement. He is still sorely missed, but Robin continues to faithfully carry on Don’s legacy and fulfill his vision.

Our staff is proud to uphold the standards that Don put into place and is committed to working with you to identify and eliminate your pest problem. Our technicians are trained in the biology of insects and rodents; finding points of entry; up-to-date pest control methods; EPA labeling standards; and effective treatment of all varieties of pests. We believe in keeping pesticide applications to a minimum and placing materials only where they will be most effective in accordance with IPM standards. These pest control values in addition to close communication with our customer and commitment to total pest control are the service standards we bring to every pest control situation. We want you to live and work in a pest free environment and you can depend on our reliability and professionalism because we feel that every customer deserves our best effort, every time. That is why Hansen’s motto is, “Large enough to serve you… Small enough to care”.

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