Stockton Pest Control Services
Pinnacle Pest Control services the areas of Stockton, Lodi, and down into Manteca. We serve both residential customers and all the diverse industrial and retail based organizations found in the area. With technicians based directly in the city, we can handle all your extermination needs quickly and efficiently. We strive daily to provide the best quality extermination services available.
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Pinnacle Pest Control, strives to offer each customer the right solution for their needs,and depending on the infestation. We are dedicated to providing timely, safe and competitively-priced service on every job, big or small, but most of all, we are dedicated to getting results.
Through our commitment to excellence, Pinnacle has built a premier company with the personnel, equipment, and experience to handle clients ranging from homeowners, apartment complexes, restaurants, hospitals, adults homes, and commercial organizations.
Pinnacle Pest serves the Stockton area and has noted that the area is currently making a resurgence from is past financial troubles, as it was harshly affected by the collapse of the sub-prime lending market in 2007. In fact, it led the entire U.S. in foreclosures for that year. Financial news sources, at the time, reported that 1 out of every thirty homes in Stockton was listed for foreclosure during September 2006 thru September of 2007. Eventually, the value of a median-priced house in Stockton declined by 44%. The city’s revenue base suffered because of the decline
in real estate valuations and eventually the city was forced into bankruptcy in 2012.
Stockton is located south of Sacramento and north of Modesto; in the Northern San Joaquin Valley. The city is easily accessible since it is centrally located with access to an international deep-water port, national railroad system, and in – state and interstate freeway system. It is served by the San Joaquin Regional Transit District and also connected to the rest of the nation through a network of railways. Amtrak and Altamont Commuter Express both make stops in Stockton, and there is a freight transport facility in southeast Stockton, which satisfies long-haul transportation needs.
Located just south of city limits, Stockton is served by the Stockton Metropolitan Airport. The airport has been designated a Foreign Trade Zone and is mainly used by manufacturing and agricultural companies for shipping purposes. The Port of Stockton is a fully operating seaport and its just 86 miles east of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. Set on the San Joaquin River. This port operates a 2,000 acre transportation center with berthing space for 17 vessels up to 900 feet in length.
Some of the history of Stockton can be summarized as follows: The city was incorporation in 1850, and early settlers included gold seekers from Asia, Africa, Australia, Europe, the Pacific Islands, Mexico and Canada. The city’s historical population diversity is reflected in street names, architecture, ethnic festivals, and in the faces and heritage of a majority of its citizens. During the California Gold Rush, Stockton became a river port city and the hub of roads to the gold settlements in the San Joaquin Valley and from LA. From the mid-19th century onward, Stockton became the region’s transportation hub, dealing mainly with agricultural products.
Today, Stockton is California’s 13th most populous city and serves as the county seat of San Joaquin County. It has a total city area of 65 square miles and a population of 300,000 (as of 2012). The city runs four public school districts and there are more than 40 private elementary and secondary schools. On a cultural front, Stockton is also home to several notable museums,galleries, and art leagues
In addition, the Stockton Symphony is the third-oldest professional orchestra in California (founded in 1926), after the San Francisco Symphony and the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Finally,the Bob Hope Theatre, formerly known as the Fox California Theatre in downtown Stockton, built in 1930, is one of the more notable movie palaces in the Central Valley.