When it comes to safeguarding your home in Catalina, AZ from unwanted pests, trust the seasoned professionals at Ozone Pest Control. We’re committed to ensuring your peace of mind throughout the year by offering comprehensive pest control services. Our team has an in-depth understanding of the specific challenges posed by the climate and environment of Pinal County, allowing us to provide tailored solutions.
At Ozone Pest Control, we take pride in offering a wide range of pest control services, each designed to meet our clients’ diverse needs. Our residential pest control services target common household pests such as ants, roaches, spiders, and rodents. We use safe and eco-friendly methods, prioritizing the safety of your family and pets.
In addition to residential services, we specialize in termite extermination to eliminate these destructive pests and prevent future infestations. Bed bugs can be a persistent problem, but our experts use advanced techniques to ensure you can sleep soundly again. For wildlife intrusions like raccoons, squirrels, and bats, our wildlife control services provide humane and safe solutions.
With years of experience, Ozone Pest Control is the trusted name in pest control for Catalina and neighboring areas. Our dedicated team of seasoned pest control technicians possesses extensive expertise and stays up-to-date with the latest pest control techniques and technologies.
When you choose Ozone Pest Control, you can expect prompt and reliable service. We tailor pest control plans to your specific needs, ensuring a customized approach. Our pricing is competitive and transparent, so you know exactly what you’re paying for.
What sets us apart is our commitment to eco-friendliness. We prioritize preserving the environment and minimizing our ecological footprint. Therefore, we use eco-friendly and safe pest control methods that protect your home and the ecosystem.
As a locally owned and operated pest control company deeply rooted in Catalina, AZ, we have a deep understanding of the local pest population. Our expertise in Pinal County’s pest behavior and seasonal patterns allows us to provide highly effective, region-specific pest control solutions.
We’re dedicated to both our community and the environment. Our commitment is reflected in our eco-friendly pest control products and techniques, minimizing the impact on the ecosystem while safeguarding your home.
At Ozone Pest Control, we believe that local knowledge combined with global expertise is a winning combination. This synergy enables us to tackle existing pest issues and prevent future infestations effectively. We take our responsibility seriously, ensuring our pest control solutions protect your home and preserve Pinal County’s natural beauty.
Much of Catalina’s history and the land it now sits on is connected with the Golder Ranch. According to historian David Leighton of the Arizona Daily Star newspaper, Lloyd Golder III and family moved to Tucson from Illinois in 1956 and by the following year had purchased the Rancho Vistoso, which at the time was a 4,800 acre ranch. In 1959, Golder bought the nearby 18,000-acre, Rail N. Ranch from Roberta Nicholas whose ranch house is now the administration building for the Miraval Resort. The land included parts of what is now Catalina State Park to the south and part of the land where Biosphere 2 now sits, to the north.
From 1961 to 1964 he built the Golder Dam about 4 miles north of the Pinal County line but in a legal action that lasted several decades it was declared unsafe and the lakeside community that would have been called Lago del Oro, was never built. The Saddlebrooke subdivision now occupies that land and only the Lago Del Oro Parkway still exists as a reminder of the failed community. He later developed the Twin Lakes subdivision and the Rail N. Ranch subdivision on his land as well as naming many of the streets on his land.
Around 1976, Chief H.D “Bob” and Della Murray, started Golder Ranch Fire District and retired in 1993. The land for the fire district headquarters, was donated by Lloyd Golder and his brother in law Jim McLaughlin. The new fire department was named after Golder Ranch. Golder’s wife Vicki Cox Golder has served on Golder Ranch Fire District Board for many years.Learn more about Catalina.