Kensington, MD (PRWEB) August 21, 2014
With an aim to ensure a clean and infestation-free scalp, Advice on Lice, Inc. now offers guaranteed head and lice removal help to clients at the most affordable rates. The company has been helping people with head infestation problems for the past 15 years, and their considerable presence and successful conduction of the treatment has made them the most sought after company in the arena of lice and nit treatment removal services.
The company renders their effective services in Maryland, Washington DC, and northern Virginia. With them, one will get both onsite and house call services. To avail onsite services, customers have to pay just $85 per hour, and for house call services they have to pay $100 per hour along with an additional $50 - $65 as travel fee. Apart from individual services, one can also book them for pre-camp screens or head check screens at $20 per head. However, if the customers cancel the booking after 24 hours then they will be charged $25 as a cancellation fee.
One of the representatives of Advice on Lice, Inc. stated, “In the course of Head Lice Treatment, parents hold the primary responsibility for the detection and treatment of head lice, but the control and management of head lice infestations is a shared responsibility among a number of entities including schools, pediatricians, and individual families. The Head Lice Removal Services in Maryland offered by Advice on Lice, Inc. are contingent upon the contracting family taking an active role to prevent recurring infestations.”
About Advice on Lice
Advice on Lice, Inc. was officially established in November 2007, but the work of the company began at least ten years before. Started as a personal mission for Karen Franco who volunteered in any programs children attended to help screen for head lice to prevent outbreaks, Advice on Lice is where visitors receive comprehensive information. Through the years, Advice on Lice has established a knowledge of the condition and how best to treat it to accomplish eradication.
For more information, please visit: http://www.adviceonlicemd.com/.