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Pro Pest Inc. of Brevard, NC provides a variety of pest control services to keep your home free of insects. Prop Pest Inc believes in providing quality pest control services with integrity and value. We are licensed and insured and always provide free estimates for our pest control services. We offer our customers year round perimeter pest control which applies a barrier to keep many common insects from coming inside your home.
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Love's Jewelry and Gifts Hundreds of different and beautiful jewelry designs are on site for you to browse through at this full service jewelry store that carries a wide selection of rings, earrings, bracelets, men's jewelry, and necklaces. Love's Jewelry a fixture in downtown Brevard for 39 years has provided quality, value and service to its many friends and customers. Love's Jewelry believes their customers are not outsiders to their business but an integral part of it. The Love's strive to keep up with fashions and trends, constantly attending educational seminars and shows. They have been members of the North Carolina Jewelers Association for over 30 years and have been prestigious members of the Independent Jewelers Association traveling all over the world.
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