Ants, roaches and spiders are just a few of the pests that Drake Termite & Pest Control's technicians evict from indoor and outdoor areas. Drawing on 40 years of combined experience, they use environmentally friendly techniques and carefully hide pest-control products away from pets and children. As an added assurance, they back their work with a money-back guarantee.
Mid-Florida Pest Management has honed the craft of rodent and bug removal since its inception in 1993. Licensed and insured technicians eliminate spiders, silverfish, and cockroaches from homes and businesses, and specialize in the removal of particularly bothersome pests such as fire ants, wasps, and bees that constantly buzz the theme song to Friends.
The licensed pest-control technicians from Florida Pest & Lawn shoo away a wide range of critters such as termites, bedbugs, ants, or rodents from inside and outside homes. The pest-control team takes its orders from Richie Kidwell, an industry veteran who learned from his father Fred, also a pest-control specialist, that bugs require more stern evacuation measures than a polite cough or a cease-and-desist letter. On each visit, a team member makes sure that no bug slips through cracks by performing treatments on both the interior and exterior of the home, inspecting and spraying popular pest hangouts such as around appliances, bathroom fixtures, windows, and garbage cans. To ensure that colonies don’t return, the technician also sprays a six-foot barrier around the home’s exterior, which effectively keeps all but 6’1” bugs at bay.
In addition to their pest banishing specialty, the team trims and cares for lawns and shrubs to keep yards healthy and verdant, wielding environmentally friendly products to fertilize plants or snuff out unwanted weeds.
For every roach you see, there are multitudes you don't. The licensed techs at A1 Home Pest Control work hard to oust both the pests you see as well as the lazy ones napping behind the baseboards. Easily identifiable by the uniforms they wear to every job, techs use eco-friendly methods whenever possible to oust pests. Rats, termites, roaches, birds, even visitors who've worn out their welcome, all of them get the hint that it's time to scram when this team arrives.