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We use a two-step approach for interior and exterior protection.

Treating your structure’s interior will control pests that have already invaded your home or business while applying an exterior perimeter barrier that prevents any future invasions.


The United States is home to nearly 70 different species of roaches. Eight very diverse species of roaches are found in south Florida alone.


For every human on Earth, there are more than 1.6 million ants.


Bathrooms and kitchens are common areas in the home to find silverfish as they prefer dark and damp environments. They find paper and any kind of damp material very appetizing.

Bed Bugs

If you’re finding clusters of bits on exposed areas of your body, you may have bed bugs. They’re saliva contains anti-clotting materials, allowing for steady blood flow, as they feed on you for 5 – 10 minutes at a time.


Nature’s pest control technicians are spiders! They eat more insects than birds and bats combined.


Unlike a flea, ticks cannot fly or jump. Instead, they crawl up the blades of grass or plants and latch on to a passing host with their front legs.


Mosquitoes are twice as likely to bite people with Type O blood that Type B blood. How do they know? According to researchers, 85% of humans excrete a chemical that tells them our blood type.

Drywood Termites

Of the various types of termites, drywoods are the most easily identified by the pellets they kick out of the galleries. They’re busy working 24 hours a day.

Subterranean Termites

Contrary to popular opinion, subterranean termites cannot chew through concrete. They can, however, squeeze through the tiny cracks in the foundation and attack the wood around your door frame, baseboards and window frames.

Asian Termites

Part of the subterranean termite family, Asian termites are capable of producing severe damage to your home in a very short period of time. Lately, they’ve been found infesting and killing slash pine trees in south Florida.

Chinch Bugs

If you have an expanding spot in your lawn that looks like its dying, chinch bugs may be the reason. These little guys inject a toxin into the grass runners, then suck out the nutrients, leaving a burnt appearance to the grass.

Dollar Weed

One of the most common weeds in turf here in south Florida. Its round, about the size of a quarter, and green. Too much water is often the cause.

Roof Rat

Their long tails help them balance, communicate and even regulate their body temperature. The tail length also helps us identify what kind of rat you have.

Scale Insects

Found on various plants, scale insects come in various shapes and sizes. After piercing the plant, they feed on the sap to survive.

White Fly

As the name implies, White Fly are very small white flies that feed on the underside of leaves. A typical female will deposit between 30 – 500 eggs during her lifetime.


The brown patch in your grass may be a fungus. Several factors may contribute to its start and continued spread, including too little or too much moisture, weather conditions, or too much or the wrong type of fertilizer.


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