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Colonial General Insurance Agency, Inc. is a wholesale General Agency providing quality insurance products to the Independent Insurance Agent. We specializes in standard and non-standard business. We can write Property and Casualty business as well as Commercial Auto, Commercial Garage, Preferred and Brokerage.
Don’t let Pests, Pester You!
The key to any successful pest and weed control management program is IMP or Integrated Pest Management.  Also known as Integrated Pest Control (IPC), it has 6 basic components, monitoring, acceptable pest levels, preventive cultural practices, mechanical controls, biological controls, and responsible use. Commercial Pest Extermination as we know it today originated in California just after WWII. Entomologists developed the concept of, supervised insect control, which at the time was monitored by qualified entomologists.  These concepts became a national policy in 1972. Today Exterminators still follow the basic principles and steps necessary to control the insect and weed populations. Having the right insurance is an important part of that process as well. Sometimes an exterminator’s job can be quite perilous. Accidents, spills, and being stung or bitten are always a possibility.

At Colonial General we strive to give your client the best coverage for their dollar with our Exterminators Insurance Program. Some of our policy highlights include, primary limits up to $3 million per occurrence and aggregate, Medical payments coverage, lost key coverage and no deductible required. We proudly serve the Western Region (AZ, CA, CO, ID, NM, NV, UT, & WY) with friendly customer service and great coverage for your client. 

For more information please give us a call at 855-980-7480. Our staff will be happy to assist you. You can also visit our Exterminators Insurance storefront on CompleteMarkets for more information. We look forward to hearing from you!

Rolland Wiegers
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