Pest Control

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How do rats get inside your home? Arrow Pest Service-Panama City, FL

Is something going bump in the night in your home?

There are a variety of wildlife pests that can plague homes here in Florida. Of these pests, rats are some of the most reviled.

One of the most common of the invasive rat species is the roof rat.

A roof rat population in your home can cause structural damage and create a health risk.

But how do these pests get into your home? And what draws them there in the first place?

Roof rats, also commonly known as ship rats, are a species active in Florida and the greater Southeastern United States. These pests are smaller than the Norway rat, growing to around 15 inches as adults. They typically have black or brown fur, but this can vary slightly depending on environment and region.

As their name might suggest, roof rats have a preference for off ground dwellings. They are skilled climbers and are able to move across treetops, rafters, and gutters with ease. This can allow them easy access to your home, avoiding many of the protections created against pests invading from the ground.

Roof rats establish nests inside homes, typically off the ground in rafters or in secluded parts of attics. These nests are usually built out of materials found in the nearby vicinity. This can lead to structural damage, with roof rats chewing holes into insulation, drywall, wiring, and piping. This presents a further risk, as frayed wiring can create a significant electrical and fire risk.

Roof rats in your home can often be difficult to track down due to their reclusive nature. Further, they are common vectors of bacteria and pathogens that can be a health risk to humans and pets. As such, homeowners should remain cautious around areas with evidence of roof rat habitation.

At Arrow Pest Service, we have decades of experience providing pest control for the greater Panama City area. Our technicians can identify evidence of wildlife pest activity and formulate a safe, targeted plan to eradicate these pests once and for all!

So if you have pests in your home, call us today at 850-874-1900!

Here’s to YOU living PEST FREE!

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How to prevent ants infesting your home this summer, Arrow Pest Service-Panama City, FL

With the return of warm weather, many homeowners here in Florida begin a variety of landscaping and spring cleaning tasks to spruce up their homes and property.

But did you know that this could cause an unintentional pest risk to your home? The truth is, the white-footed ant, a highly active pest here in Southern Florida, can take advantage of landscaping as a way to gain access to your home!

White-footed ants are a pest species known for creating massive colonies containing millions of worker ants. They are extremely small in size, growing to less than 1/8 inch in length, and can be identified by their distinctive, cream-colored feet.

White-footed ants often infest landscaping materials such as mulch, and this can sometimes lead to their unintended introduction to your home. Once in proximity, these pests can use their small size to gain access to the home through avenues that other pests cannot exploit.

Your home can be an attractive environment for the white-footed ant due to the abundance of food and moisture sources available within. Ant workers will often be spotted by homeowners around kitchens, pantries, and other food storage areas.

White-footed ants can subsist on a variety of food sources, so it is critical to ensure that you keep all stored food well sealed and clean up any crumbs or spills that could attract the ants.

There are a few steps that homeowners can take to help reduce their risk of dealing with a white-footed ant infestation.

Firstly, it is critical to inspect any plants or landscaping material that you bring in and around your home to ensure that you are not unintentionally introducing an infestation. Beyond this, it is also generally good advice to keep landscape mulch at least a foot away from the foundation of the home and to remove any lumber or debris piles around the property.

While these steps will not entirely remove your risk of pest invasion, they will certainly make it less likely.

Eradicating a white-footed ant population from your property is no easy task. They have a large nest population, and it is possible that multiple satellite nests could exist in and around your home in more severe cases. For this reason, effective treatment requires a thorough inspection to identify problem areas and often a series of regularly scheduled treatments.

If white-footed ants are invading your home, you need a pest control service that you can trust to take on your pest problems!

At Arrow Pest Service, we have decades of experience providing pest control for the Panama City area. We offer a wide range of treatment options designed to safely target pests in your home and remove the problem quickly and completely!

So if you have pests in your home, call us today at 850-874-1900!

Here’s to YOU living PEST FREE!

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What to do if you find a scorpion inside your home, Panama City, FL-Arrow Pest Service

Encountering an eight-legged creepy-crawly in your home is the stuff of arachnophobic nightmares.

Yet it is very common. If you find a scorpion in your home, it is natural to be concerned. After all, if one scorpion made its way in, there might be others.

But is that always true?

Does the presence of one scorpion indicate a significant invasion?

The truth is, it depends on a variety of factors.

Scorpions, like many other predatory insects, are classified by pest experts as an “Accidental Invader.” This means that they do not enter homes with the express intention of establishing an infestation, but instead enter due to a variety of circumstantial and environmental factors.

So when you find a scorpion in your home, the important questions are these: WHY and HOW did it enter your home?

The Why:

The most common reason that scorpions enter a home is due to the pursuit of prey. Scorpions will often follow other pest species into the home seeking a meal. This most commonly occurs during the evening, as scorpions are nocturnal predators. Due to their skittish nature, however, they often end up hiding somewhere in your home when daylight returns.

Scorpions prefer dark, dry, and warm environments. For this reason, if the climate of where you live matches these conditions, you are much more likely to see scorpion activity. In turn, a sudden snap of cold or wet weather can drive scorpions into your home seeking shelter.

Beyond this, other environmental conditions could play a role in driving scorpions into your home. Oftentimes scorpions in suburban areas are disturbed by construction or landscaping, and this can drive them out of their natural habitat and onto your property.

Beyond this, other environmental conditions could play a role in driving scorpions into your home. Oftentimes scorpions in suburban areas are disturbed by construction or landscaping, and this can drive them out of their natural habitat and onto your property.

The conclusion to be taken from this is that innumerable factors can contribute to the probability and severity of a scorpion infestation. Identifying present factors in your specific situation can give you a better idea of how much of a problem you may be facing.

The How:

Understanding how scorpions have entered your home is one of the first steps to dealing with an infestation. Scorpions are notoriously skilled at exploiting even the smallest avenues to access homes. Due to their preference for dark, secluded spaces, they will often crawl into small cracks or gaps in the exterior of the structure, and they also have been known to enter piping and ventilation systems.

Once inside, scorpions often settle in confined areas that provide them with cover. Though many areas and items in the home fit this description, some of the most common areas include:

Closets

Crawlspaces

Garages

Sheds

Boxes and Luggage

Shoes

Areas with lots of debris or clutter

Scorpions are also commonly found in sinks and bathtubs. Most of the time, this occurs because the scorpion will crawl up the piping or drainage system and into the bathtub. Once inside, they will often become trapped, unable to crawl on the porcelain surface.

It can be difficult to determine the scale of scorpion activity in your home due to their nocturnal habits and general reclusiveness. To further complicate, searching dark crevices and corners for scorpions is not for the faint of heart.

While they are not aggressive, scorpions will sting humans or pets if they feel threatened. Though few species are venomous enough to threaten humans, a scorpion sting is still painful, and thus homeowners should be cautious when investigating scorpion activity.

What to Do:

Spotting a single scorpion in your home is not necessarily proof that an infestation is present, but the possibility still exists. A single female scorpion can lay hundreds of eggs at once, and this can allow a population to grow if the right circumstances exist.

Beyond this, if a scorpion has entered your home, it is possible that an avenue exists that scorpions and many other pests could exploit to gain entry to your home.

If you are concerned about your home’s risk of scorpion or other pest activity. Your best option is to schedule an inspection with a trusted pest control service. A skilled technician can thoroughly search your home and identify any evidence of pest activity or conditions that may be conducive to future infestation.

If you are a Panama City homeowner, we here at Arrow Pest Service would like to be your one call solution for any pest problems! We have been an industry leader in pest control and lawn care services for decades, and this has given us the expertise that we need to safely and effectively tackle any current or future pest threats to your home!

 

In fact, we are so confident that we can deal with the pests in your home, all of our treatment services come backed by our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee! This means that, if you are not completely satisfied with your treatment services, you won’t pay a penny!

So if you are in need of a fast, effective, and risk-free pest control service, give us a call today at 850-874-1900!

Here’s to YOU living PEST FREE!

PS. Don’t Forget to ask about our 3 Months FREE Pest Control Offer & 1 Month FREE Lawn Spraying!!!

PPS. Ask about our FREE Exclusive 58 Point Inspection!

Don’t let ants ruin your summer activities, Panama City, FL-Arrow Pest Service

Ants in your home or outdoor eating areas can be a major nuisance.

With spring bringing warmth once again, many families here in Florida will be enjoying a variety of outdoor activities. These activities, however, can be ruined by the presence of scavenging ant pests.

Worse still, if these pests get into your home, they can establish a tenacious infestation. Oftentimes, when you find small ants moving throughout your home, the guilty party is the sugar ant.

Sugar ants are a species of small scavenger ants. Growing to around 15mm, sugar ant workers can be identified by their distinct orange body coloration and dark band on the rear of their bodies.

Unlike destructive ant species such as carpenter ants, sugar ants cannot directly harm your home. Instead, they often enter the home as accidental invaders, seeking a food or moisture source. Your home can provide a variety of food resources, from stored dried foods to small spills and crumbs.

Sugar ants will make a nuisance of themselves by spreading throughout your kitchens, dining rooms, and outdoor eating areas. Once they have found a food resource, it can be difficult to deter them from coming back over and over.

If you are dealing with sugar ants or any other pests in your home, you need to take quick action! By calling Arrow Pest Service, you can take control of the pest situation in and around your home.

At Arrow Pest Service, we have decades of experience treating for pests of all kinds. We employ a safe, targeted methodology that will eradicate pest infestations of any type or scale from your home, Guaranteed!

So don’t let pests roam free in your home, call us today at 850-874-1900!

 

Here’s to YOU living PEST FREE!

PS. Don’t Forget to ask about our 3 Months FREE Pest Control Offer & 1 Month FREE Lawn Spraying!!!

PPS. Ask about our FREE Exclusive 58 Point Inspection!

Protect your lawn from turf destroying insects, Panama City, FL – Arrow Pest Service

Pest control is not just about protecting your home.

There are a number of pests that have a different target: your lawn. These lawn destroying pests can be a major threat to your property, especially during the spring and early summer.

One of the most destructive examples of these types of pests is the sod web worm. These invaders can cause significant damage to your lawn if left unchecked.

But what are sod web worms, and how do they attack your lawn?

Sod web worms are not a species in and of themselves. In fact, they are actually the larvae of the lawn moth. Adult lawn moths are not destructive, but the young larvae cause significant damage to the grass by feeding on the steams and leaves of the plant.

Sod web worms begin life as eggs inside silk-lined tunnels located just below the soil surface. They emerge when the warm weather returns, typically around April or May. For the the rest of the summer, these pests will grow and consume the grass from below. This will leave behind unsightly, brown patches of dead grass throughout the lawn.

Sod web worm prefer to live in lawns with a large amount of thatch, as this provides them with cover and a steady source of food. They often infest areas that get less water than usual such as slopes, banks, or secluded corners of the lawn.

How do you protect your lawn from sod web worms?

 Sod web worms are much more likely to invade lawns that are already unhealthy. As with many pests, the best way to protect your lawn from sod web worms is by keeping it healthy, well watered, and regularly mown. This will prevent the establishment of conducive conditions that might attract the web worms.

If you are dealing with sod web worms, or any other problems concerning your lawn, it may be time to call in the experts. At Arrow Pest Service, we are an industry leading service with decades of experience in Lawn Care AND Pest Control!

We offer comprehensive treatment plans that keep your lawn healthy and beautiful, saving you time, frustration, and expense. With our knowledge of pest control, we are also equipped to protect your lawn from any pest invaders that could threaten it!

So make keeping your lawn beautiful easy, call us TODAY at 850-874-1900!

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When is the right time to protect your home from pests, Panama City, FL-Arrow Pest Service

When is the most important time to ensure that your home is protected from pests?

The logical answer might be to say spring or summer. After all, these are the times when the majority of destructive pests species are active. However, the truth is, even though the cold weather eliminates the majority of outdoor pests, it can sometimes increase the chances of a invasive infestation in your home.

So why does cold weather increase pest invasions?

 While the outdoor temperature may be too cold for a pest population to survive, your warm home remains an ideal environment for pests to thrive and grow. This can lead many pest species to invade homes seeking warmth and shelter from the cold. These types of infestations often begin in secluded areas such as crawlspaces, basements, or ventilation.

Throughout the winter, a large pest population can develop in your home, and since many people stop having regular inspections and treatment from pest providers during this time, such infestations often grow unchecked. Thus when warm weather returns, homeowners will sometimes find themselves facing a large, developed infestation seemingly out of nowhere.

This problem is further complicated if, during the winter, your home suffers any type of water damage, structural decay, or any other issue. Oftentimes these types of problems are not found until warmer weather and spring cleaning arrive, and due to this pests can often exploit these types of conditions to gain access to your home.

With our decades of experience in the pest industry, our suggestion for homeowners is this:

Don’t wait until the warm weather returns to start thinking about pest control!

Call Arrow Pest Service today and schedule an inspection of your home. This will ensure that you can identify any pest problems or conducive conditions that could lead to future infestation.

Don’t let pests roam free in your home, call Arrow Pest Service TODAY and schedule an inspection! Our technicians are the best in the industry, and we offer a wide range of treatment options designed to safely target and eliminate pests in your home!

So if you are in need of pest solutions, or simply have a question, give us a call today at 850-874-1900!

 Here’s to YOU living pest free!

PS. Don’t Forget to ask about our 3 Months FREE Pest Control Offer & 1 Month FREE Lawn Spraying!!!

PPS. Ask about our FREE Exclusive 58 Point Inspection!

Silverfish can be a major problem for homeowners in Panama City, FL – Arrow Pest Service

We have previously discussed at length how conducive environmental conditions can allow for pest infestation, but did you know that, for some pests, those conditions can exponentially increase the degree of infestation?

For some pests, the right environment can create a perfect storm transforming a relatively harmless pest into a large and problematic infestation. One great example of this behavior is that of the silverfish.

Most people are aware of what silverfish are, even if they have not put a name to the pest. Silverfish are small, reclusive pests growing to around 3/4 inches. Identifying features of these pests include their characteristic “teardrop” shaped bodies, glistening bluish-silver bodies, and long bristles located near to the tail.

As we stated above, silverfish are a good example of how environment impacts infestation because the scale of their development is directly tied to moisture content in an environment. The more humid an area is, the more quickly silverfish will hatch and grow. This can be especially problematic here in Florida due to our above average levels of moisture, rainfall, and temperature.

As you might expect, areas of the home that match these conditions are often the first places infested by silverfish. Some of the following areas being the most common:

  • Basements
  • Crawlspaces
  • Bathrooms (Near drains and sinks)
  • Kitchens (Especially beneath large appliances)
  • Beneath boxes and debris
  • Around water damage

These areas often provide the silverfish initial refuge, and will typically be the source of any infestation around your home. Beyond just the requirement for moisture, silverfish also prefer areas with low light levels, so it is possible to encounter them in ventilation and outdoor sheds.

Silverfish can cause a wide variety of problems for homeowners, most of which relate to their diet. Silverfish can consume almost any type of carbohydrates, sugars, and starches. This can lead them to feed on any food left out as well as more unusual substances such as shampoo, cellulosic (wood-based) material, glue, linens, and silk. They are notorious for damaging a variety of collectables such as stamps, comic books, and rare fabrics as well as parts of the home like wallpapers or furniture.

When left unchecked, silverfish can be a major problem for homeowners. As such, any responsible homeowner is probably interested in knowing how to detect and prevent silverfish infestations. Unfortunately, these pests can be difficult to spot. Being nocturnal and generally shy creatures, silverfish can rarely be spotted out in the open, but you may notice signs of damage in some of their more frequented areas.

A popular myth exists that cinnamon is a home remedy to silverfish infestation. This probably emerged due to the their tendency to avoid the spice. Unfortunately, however, it is no cure. Silverfish will avoid cinnamon, but it cannot kill them, and thus it will not resolve an infestation. The truth is, the best thing homeowners can do to prevent silverfish is to remove any conducive conditions that might allow them to thrive. Maintaining control of humidity and moisture build-up in the home, especially in crawlspaces and vents, will help to keep the silverfish out.

 

If you are already dealing with an infestation in your home, your best option is to call in a licensed pest professional to inspect your home. On your own, it can be difficult to define the spread of the infestation, and thus a professional inspection is often required to uncover and eradicate the pests.

If you are dealing with pests in your home, don’t wait another day!

We here at Arrow Pest Service are proud to be the one call solution to pest problems here in Panama City Florida. We offer a wide range of treatment options that are designed to safely target pest threats in your home and remove them as quickly and effectively as possible!

Each of our treatments are available at an unbeatable price and are backed by our industry leading quality of service guarantee! So if you have pest problems, let us provide answers, call us today at 850-874-1900!

 

Here’s to YOU living PEST FREE!

PS. Don’t Forget to ask about our 3 Months FREE Pest Control Offer & 1 Month FREE Lawn Spraying!!!

PPS. Ask about our FREE Exclusive 58 Point Inspection!

 

 

 

Carpenter ants cause damage to homes, Panama City, FL -Arrow Pest Service

As we draw closer to spring, homeowners will often call us to report spotting signs of damage around wood and sometimes the presence of large, black ants.

In most cases, the culprits in question are common carpenter ants.

 

While we have discussed at length how carpenter ants can cause damage when infesting, a large part of pest control involves correcting any conducive environmental conditions that can allow pests such as carpenter ants to thrive in your home.

So you may be asking: What conducive conditions should homeowners be on the lookout for?

Carpenter ants, like any pest, are attracted to certain food sources. Making these resources unavailable to pests can reduce the likelihood of their infesting your home. In the case of carpenter ants, these pests primarily feed on greasy substances. This will lead to feeding around pet foods, stovetops, trashcans, and other areas that collect oil and grease.

Due to this, proper cleaning procedures can help to avoid attracting carpenter ants. This extends to areas outside of the home, such as bird feeders and pet food bowls. In some cases, carpenter ants can be attracted to these external sources and then grow into a much larger infestation throughout the home.

Don’t let a carpenter ant infestation grow out of hand in your home. If you are seeing signs of pest infestation, call Arrow Pest Service, to perform an inspection.

 

At Arrow Pest Service, we have decades of experience providing pest control for the Panama City area. We offer a wide range of treatment options designed to safely target pests in your home and remove the problem quickly and completely!

So if you have pests in your home, call us today at 850-874-1900!

 

Here’s to YOU living PEST FREE!

PS. Don’t Forget to ask about our 3 Months FREE Pest Control Offer & 1 Month FREE Lawn Spraying!!!

PPS. Ask about our FREE Exclusive 58 Point Inspection!

New Years Resolutions, Panama City, FL-Arrow Pest Service

As we enter the new year, it is common to make resolutions and plans for how you are going to live. People will often look ahead and schedule out major events and perform annual errands during this time.

With our decades of experience in the pest industry, we have seen pest seasons come and go many times, and thus we have a good idea of what steps homeowners should be taking during this time to make sure they are prepared. With the spring swarming season just around the corner, homeowners should make pest protection for their home one of their new years resolutions!

So without further ado, here are our tips to keeping your home secure in the new year!

  1. Schedule Regular Inspections for your Property:

The fact is, the best time to deal with ANY pest infestation is before it occurs. The damage done by destructive pests such as termites, carpenter ants, and bed bugs often increases exponentially with the growth of the infestation, and many of these infestations are much harder to remove once they are allowed to sufficiently spread. Therefore, early detection and prevention will often save homeowners time, frustration, and expense in the long run.

Since many pests infest secluded parts of the home not frequented by humans, a thorough inspection may be the only way to identify signs of pest activity. Due to this, it is best for homeowners to at least have one annual inspection per year. This can allow you to rest easy knowing that your home is pest free, and inspections will often reveal conducive environmental conditions in your home that could cause future infestations if not dealt with.

   2. Resolve Conducive Conditions Where Possible:

“Spring Cleaning” is a common beginning of the year activity for many. During this time, homeowners should also be on the lookout for anything in and around their home that might be making their home an easier or more attractive location for pests

As there are millions of different pest species, and each has different environmental preferences, it is impossible to list them all. However, there are a few standard practices that cover major pest groups:

  • Clean up any trash or debris around the exterior of the home or in garages, sheds, or basements
  • Reduce abnormal moisture levels/Repair water damage
  • Seal any exterior access points such as vents, windows, or doors
  • Repair any external structural damage
  • Seal and store any potential food sources to avoid attracting pests

While this is not an exhaustive list, performing these steps will substantially reduce the chances of you dealing with a destructive infestation.

3. Schedule Preventative Treatment Early:

As part of your new years resolutions, we hope that you will place priority on scheduling preventative treatments for your home. As we approach termite and mosquito season, pest control companies across the board will start to become busy and overburdened with customer calls.  The fact is, the value of prevention is much greater than that of a cure. Many pests are significantly more difficult to remove if they are allowed to establish themselves in your home, and thus it is best to take steps to prevent initial infestation rather than calling a pest control company after you have spotted the problem.

Starting the year by scheduling an comprehensive inspection and preventative treatments will make sure that your home is protected throughout the year!

Conclusion:

We hope that you have a wonderful New Years and that you succeed with whatever resolutions you make. If you are in need of fully service pest protection in 2018 and years to come, Arrow Pest Service is your one call solution! We offer a wide range of treatment options designed to safely target pest problems and eradicate infestations quickly and effectively!

 So if you are dealing with pest problems, or simply have a question, call us today at 850-874-1900!

Here’s to YOU living PEST FREE!

PS. Don’t Forget to ask about our 3 Months FREE Pest Control Offer & 1 Month FREE Lawn Spraying!!!

PPS. Ask about our FREE Exclusive 58 Point Inspection!

Powderpost beetles and home renovations,Panama City, FL-Arrow Pest Service

If you are considering renovating your home, you are probably aware of the increasingly popular trend of using “reclaimed wood” materials in renovation. Oftentimes, pieces of wood from old sheds, barns, or other aged structures are taken and used in new projects or artistic endeavors. While this is a good use of resources, it can also be a major pest risk if not handled properly.

Because it is often untreated, reclaimed wood can sometimes contain wood boring pests that are difficult to detect.

One of the most destructive of these pests, the powderpost beetle, can cause major problems for homeowners.

Powderpost beetles are a group of small, wood destroying beetles that are notorious for infesting and destroying deciduous trees.

They mate inside of dead hardwoods and thus can often be found in the wild inside dead branches or trunks of trees. They are relatively small, growing to a little under 1/4 inch in length, and are usually brown in coloration.

Powderpost beetles can cause problems for homeowners in a variety of different ways.

For one, they can infest secluded portions of the home such as crawlspaces or basements. Because of their preference for wood with higher moisture content, they are often attracted to more humid environments. Once inside these spaces, they can infest various parts of the structure such as framing and trim.

Powderpost beetles lay their eggs under the surface of wood, and these will hatch into small, white colored larvae. These larvae will survive the winter inside the wood, boring tunnels throughout as they develop. Finally, in the spring, the now fully grown adults will work their way to the surface and spread to new locations.

This will often leave behind a characteristic sign of their activity in the form of small, rounded holes in the wood that are around 1/8 inch wide. This is usually accompanied by a small pile of very fine, powdery sawdust and should be fairly easy to spot, especially in more extensive infestations.

While the powderpost beetle is relatively straightforward to treat in crawlspaces and basements, it can become much more difficult when the beetles gain access to the living areas of the home.

Powderpost beetles can reduce almost any type of hardwood to kindling if given the chance, and they will infest items such as antique furniture, walls, or even picture frames. Beyond this, it becomes much easier for the beetles to hide when they move into a living area, and the treatment options for such cases are more limited. For this reason, it is critical to avoid bringing powderpost beetles into your home.

If you plan to use reclaimed materials in your home, make sure to have those inspected by a licensed professional. Infested wood will often have lots of small holes, and you might be able to see collections of sawdust around wherever the wood has been laying. If you spot any of those signs, you may want to think twice before bringing that wood or furniture into your home.

It also is becoming normal practice for builders to have newly constructed frames of houses coated in some form of borate treatment. This type of treatment will make the wood resistant to most wood destroying organisms and has been shown to be extremely effective for dealing with these pests. While this type of treatment typically must be applied to the frame during construction, it can also be done during any type of major home renovation.

Beyond this, homeowners should also consider having regular inspections performed by a licensed pest control service. This can help to identify any type of pest activity in your home, and in many cases early detection can make a great difference in the difficulty and expense of treatment.

At Arrow Pest Service, we have served for decades as a leading provider of pest control for the greater Panama City area. We offer a wide range of treatment options designed to safely and effectively deal with any pest problem that you might encounter. In fact, we are so confident that we can deal with your pest problems, we offer a 100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEE on all of our services!

So if you are dealing with pest problems of any kind, DON’T WAIT! Call us today at 850-874-1900!

 

Here’s to YOU living pest free!

PS. Don’t Forget to ask about our 3 Months FREE Pest Control Offer & 1 Month FREE Lawn Spraying!!!

PPS. Ask about our FREE Exclusive 58 Point Inspection!

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