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Rodents Are Unwanted House Pests

When you live in South Florida and you think of all of the potential pests that can take up residence in your home any number of species can come to mind. However, the thought of rodents and other varmints in your attic or other parts of your home seems to add another level of concern. You immediately begin to think about the threat they pose to you and your family and the potential damage they can cause.

All of these are legitimate concerns. Therefore, we have outlined some of the major health risks; along with some preventative steps you can take to prevent an infestation in the first place. When it comes to the potential health risks that these pests can present to you and your family the dangers differ from vermin to vermin.

Health Risks

Rats, Mice & Squirrels:
Rats alone are known to spread as many as 35 different diseases to humans worldwide. These diseases can be spread through direct contact with rodents or their feces, urine, saliva, or through rodent bites 1. There are also the indirect health risks of being bitten by ticks, mites, or fleas that have been feeding on sick rodents can also spread diseases.

The main health risks that rodents pose to humans and pets are Rat Bite Fever (RBF), Lymphocytic Choriomeningitis Virus (LCMV), Leptospirosis, Salmonellosis, Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome and Rabies.

Racoons:
Some health risks that raccoons possess include roundworm, trichinosis, tuberculosis, rabies and many varieties of fleas. These can place humans and other pets at risk through physical contact as well as airborne pathogens from raccoon fecal matter and urine.

High Risk Disease: Raccoon roundworm (Baylisascaris procyonis) which are parasites that live inside the raccoon’s intestine and produce microscopic eggs that are shed in the raccoon’s feces. These eggs are extremely harmful to humans and household pets if inadvertently swallowed or inhaled. If this occurs, the larvae hatch out of the eggs and move into the organs of the body and can cause serious eye disease, damage to the nervous system or even death.

Opossums:
Opossums have a much stronger immune system than other common varmints. In addition to this, they also have a lower than average body temperature which helps them fight off diseases which other household pests cannot.

However, opossums do often carry fleas and other parasites, and the potential diseases that they carry. They also pose a threat through the usual excrement health risks, such as Leptospirosis or Salmonella.

Property Damage

When it comes to the potential dangers associate with property damage caused by these pests, the overall damages can range from minimal to significant issues. The earlier an infestation is identified and rectified the better. In most cases infestations can be addresses by removing the pest(s), identifying the entry point(s) and closing them and ensure no other potential entry points exists.

However, if the infestation has occurred over a prolonged period of time you can be looking at significant wiring damage, insulation damage, fecal and urine damage and more. These are the infestations that pose potential significant damage to your overall health and property. The most severe illnesses are generally associated with diseases spawn by fecal matter left behind by these pests.

If you are a homeowner or business owner that is currently dealing with an infestation, we highly recommend utilizing our professional trapping protocol. Our trapping protocol not only eradicates the pest; we complete the process with a sanitation virucide application to give you the best indoor air quality along with solutions for preventing future infestations from reoccurring.

The professionals at Florida Pest Control Center perform a thorough inspection of your property to address any potential voids and repairs needed to avoid future infestation. We will go over your entire house to find all possible animal access points, inspect the damage caused, and with your permission, return everything to the way it should be.

Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC) is the reputable South Florida company that provides licensed, insured, and guaranteed safe and humane nuisance wildlife removal and complete pest control.

For more information or for a free estimate, please visit us at Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC)  or contact the Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC) at 888-861-4915 today.   Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC) services are licensed, insured, and guaranteed. 

Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC) employs comprehensive, state-of-the art technologies, chemical, and non-chemical treatments to eliminate pest problems in residential homes, businesses, hospitals, medical facilities, group homes, and apartment and condominium buildings.  Our highly trained professionals provide a fast, complete solution to your ants, ticks, mosquitoes, termites, bed bugs, birds, rodents, and other pest infestations. 

How Pests Can Bug You in A Hot Real Estate Market

This year South Florida has seen a drastic uptick in the real estate market as people are fleeing the North and heading South.  Home values have seen double and even triple amounts and homes rarely  stay on the market for more than a few weeks.  So, how can pests effect you if you are planning to sell or purchase a home?  Potential buyers may not be willing to pay a high asking price if after noticing a pest infestation. 

The biggest deal breakers are termites as these are the silent destroyers.  The National Pest Management Association (NPMA), states that termites are responsible for over $5 billion in property damage each year.  Even more staggering is the property damage and the corresponding cleanup caused by pest infestations  which is not covered by insurance.  Therefore, if a potential home buyer notices any signs of a pest infestation, you can bet that your home will be off the list.  

Are Termites Invading?

If you’ve been finding piles of insect wings in your home, you may be understandably puzzled. This isn’t a sign of a new infestation. These wings are left behind by the swarmer’s, who shed their wings after a time. If you see this, it’s a sign of a big problem that needs to be fixed as quickly as possible.  The sooner you wipe out termites, the less damage your home will sustain.

Could It Be Bed Bugs?

There’s more to consider… Bed Bugs… these tiny bugs can quickly deter a potential home buyer.  Bed bugs are rapidly becoming one of the most important urban pests. Bed bugs are parasites that feed on the blood of humans and other animals. Even though these pests are not restricted to the bed area, beds and mattresses are the most common location for an infestation. Bed bugs use a specialized beak to pierce the skin of an unsuspecting host, and the insect will feed until it is engorged with blood. Bed bugs can cause extreme discomfort, and infestations can be detrimental to a company’s reputation. If you are concerned about bed bugs, contact us for a free quote.

How to Spot an Infestation?  Keep an eye out for the following:

  • Live or dead bugs around the window ledges or edge of flooring or carpet 
  • Piles of dirt or ant hills on the property
  • Large areas of damage to the lawn or multiple brown spots
  • Pest fecal droppings around the house
  • Unusual odors such as musty or urine smells
  • Wood that sounds hollow when you tap it

Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC) is the reputable South Florida company that provides licensed, insured, and guaranteed safe and humane nuisance wildlife removal and complete pest control.

For more information or for a free estimate, please visit us at Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC)  or contact the Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC) at 866-697-3555 today.   Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC) services are licensed, insured, and guaranteed. 

Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC) employs comprehensive, state-of-the art technologies, chemical, and non-chemical treatments to eliminate pest problems in residential homes, businesses, hospitals, medical facilities, group homes, and apartment and condominium buildings.  Our highly trained professionals provide a fast, complete solution to your ants, ticks, mosquitoes, termites, bed bugs, birds, rodents, and other pest infestations. 

Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC)

Toll-Free:866-697‑3555

Local: 954-945-5050

New South Florida Homeowners Here Are the Pests to Know

Florida is known for its warm weather all year round.  It has always drawn people in from all over the U.S. and now with the current housing market, Florida is in even more in demand. 

Unfortunately, Florida’s pleasant weather also attracts non-humans too. Pests such as termites, rodents, ants, and other insects can be a big nuisance and difficult to combat year-round.

However, your ongoing battle against pests is not impossible. Here are a few common pests that homeowners should be aware of.

Termites

Termites in South Florida are every homeowner’s worst nightmare because they can destroy the structure of the home. There are distinct kinds of termites to consider  – drywood and subterranean.

Drywood termites typically receive their nutrients by eating through wood slowly and take a while to cause structural damage.

On the other hand, subterranean termites are the most destructive since they form large colonies that will quickly eat through wood.

Hire the trained termite team at Florida Pest Control Center to solve this problem in your home.

Rodents

Rodents, rats and mice can be one of the scariest pests to have in your home because they are much larger than just a termite or ant.

Rodents in South Florida will find ways into your home – a small opening in a wall, through the roof, or any small hole in your house. 

Ants, Ants, Ants

In South Florida there are many varieties of ants and Carpenter ants are one of the most frustrating pests in homes.  These ants typically will create messy nests inside wood no matter if it is moist or dry.  They also pose a threat to your food safety and can create problems in your daily life as they are quickly multiple if left untreated.

Any pest control budget should cover annual treatment for carpenter ants to prevent an infestation in your home.

Spiders

Seeing these eight-legged, web spinning pests can be very unsettling.

The spiders around South Florida primarily spread webs outside of a home and around the landscaping areas.  There are times that they can make their way inside your home through small openings or when a door is open. It is best to limit nesting places inside by cleaning often and avoiding dust or other debris from building up in your home.

Mosquitos

Mosquitos are a true annoyance all around South Florida during any season of the year, but especially during the summer months when there are heavy amounts of rain which mosquitos are most attracted to.  They also pose a risk to your health since they can carry illnesses such as the West Nile virus. Mosquitos

At Florida Pest Control Center, our professionals know the steps to take to eliminate any and all pests from your home.  Do not just hire any pest control company, hire Florida Pest Control Center. We offer a free, comprehensive inspection.

Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC)

For more information or for a free estimate, please visit us at Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC)  or contact the Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC) at 866-697-3555 today.   Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC) services are licensed, insured, and guaranteed. 

Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC) employs comprehensive, state-of-the art technologies, chemical, and non-chemical treatments to eliminate pest problems in residential homes, businesses, hospitals, medical facilities, group homes, and apartment and condominium buildings.  Our highly trained professionals provide a fast, complete solution to your ants, mosquitoes, termites, bed bugs, rodents, and other pest infestations. 

Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC)

Toll-Free:866-697‑3555

Local: 954-945-5050

Scary Pest Facts to Think About

In honor of the year’s spookiest holiday, check out a few scary facts about the bugs, insects and pests that are all around us. 

  • Spiders alternate their legs when walking.  Spiders will keep four legs touching the ground and four legs off the ground and they are able to walk on both horizontal and vertical surfaces.
  • Bed bugs checkout of hotels and can live with you in your home.  Bed bugs can thrive in single-family homes, apartments, hospitals, college dorm rooms, office buildings, schools, buses, trains, movie theaters, retail stores and just about anywhere that humans are.
  • Cockroaches can live without their head for a month.  Yes, it is true for a particular species of cockroaches  because they have an open circulatory system with little pressure, beheading will not result in a lot of blood loss and a lot of the functions of a roaches brain are decentralized.
  • Scorpions can go a year without food.  Scorpions have a leisurely approach to hunting, which mostly involves sitting and waiting, meaning they use very few nutrients.
  • Houseflies either defecates or regurgitates when they land. Flies have a liquid diet, which means everything goes right through their tiny digestive systems.
  • Bees have two stomachs.  One stomach is for food and the other is to contain the nectar. This stops the honey the bee produces from being contaminated.

For many homeowners, just the thought of spider’s web in their living room or bed bugs nesting under the covers can turn their home a haunted one. The National Pest Management Association (NPMA) informs homeowners that the Fall months are typical pest infestations as insects and rodents are seeking shelter from the cooler weather that rolls in.

At Florida Pest Control Center we have specially trained and licensed pest control professionals that can provide the detection of the infestations, the treatment, as well as the prevention and extermination methods needed to eliminate these pests for good. Call us today at 954-945-5050

Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC) employs comprehensive, state-of-the art technologies, chemical, and non-chemical treatments to eliminate pest problems in residential homes, businesses, hospitals, medical facilities, group homes, and apartment and condominium buildings.  Our highly trained professionals provide a fast, complete solution to your termites, ants, mosquitoes, termites, bed bugs, rodents, and other pest infestations. 

Safe.  We use the safest treatments available.

Easy.  We make it as easy as we can on you and your family.

Effective.  Our treatments will effectively remove bed bugs from your home.

Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC)

Local: 954-945-5050

South Florida Pest Control: 101

With September being back-to-school, let’s look at some basic pest control 101 tips for around South Florida.  Whether it’s insects, rodents, bed bugs, iguanas or anything else – these pests  are not a pretty sight to see. Learn how you can prevent them from entering your location altogether with these pest control tips.

In The Kitchen

Cook in the kitchen and eat in the kitchen, keeping all food in one main area.  Make it a house rule to only eat in the kitchen/dining area and not in other areas of the home.  The fewer areas exposed to food, the less risk of any type of pest invasion you’ll have.

Mop, sweep or Swiffer whatever you choose but it is best to clean the floor daily. Missing a few days may be just enough to attract some unwanted insects to a buffet feast.

Clear the drain and run the disposal. Be sure that any slow-moving drains are cleared and cleaned. Bugs often enter the home searching for water, so it is best to repair leaky sinks and drains in your home.

In The Pantry

Store food properly in and around the kitchen pantry. Insect and bugs can get into all but the most tightly sealed packaging – bags, cardboard, etc. Be sure to store items in the pantry in containers that properly seal. It is always recommended to place dry goods like sugars, flours, and bulk mixes in airtight containers.

Consider storage of fruits and vegetables. Many ripe fresh foods attract ants, fruit flies, and many other pests so eat them quickly and store them properly.

In The Closets

Wash, Dry, Store – you always want to put away clean clothes. Clothes that are dirty will certainly attract bugs.

In Garbage Bins

Time to take out the trash.  Make sure to clean out the various garbage bins and recyclable bins used to temporarily store garbage. Another great tip is to go a step further and rinse out plastic, glass, and metal containers that are being recycled.

Put a lid on your trash. Garbage can lids on trash will keep bugs out, keep smells in, and help keep critters and infestations away. Choose bins and buckets with lids when shopping for garbage and recycling containers.

Don’t Forget Outside Areas

Trim Trees.  Insects and critters love to have an easy way on to and into your home.  It is best to prune foliage near the house and make sure nothing is touching the roof lines. Bushes, trees, and shrubs that touch your home will welcome in the bugs like a red carpet. 

Another area to consider are any screens.  Window screens, porch door screens, patio screens, etc.  It is best to repair or replace broken screens on windows and doors right away. 

Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC)

For more information or for a free estimate, please visit us at Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC)  or contact the Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC) at 866-697-3555 today.   Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC) services are licensed, insured, and guaranteed. 

Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC) employs comprehensive, state-of-the art technologies, chemical, and non-chemical treatments to eliminate pest problems in residential homes, businesses, hospitals, medical facilities, group homes, and apartment and condominium buildings.  Our highly trained professionals provide a fast, complete solution to your ants, mosquitoes, termites, bed bugs, rodents, and other pest infestations. 

Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC)

Toll-Free:866-697‑3555

Local: 954-945-5050

Back to School Bugs: 5 Things to Avoid

Summer is almost over and the months of August and September reflex a change in the year with back-to-school time.   Bugs are the last thing on you mind but they should be paid attention to as your year transitions.  Did you know…there are a common set of bugs that spread very easily on school campuses and into homes at the beginning of the school year.  Here are the top five common bugs and things to avoid this school season.    

Bed Bugs

Bed Bugs are like little hitchhikers that attach to anything.  They travel quickly onto clothing, inside backpacks, around dorms and even on bus seats.   They seek food from the blood of animals or humans.  It is best to check for signs of bed bugs if you hear there has been a breakout at the school or on the campus.

Head Lice

Head Lice are best friends and love to share. They are tiny parasites that feed on human blood on or around the scalp area and can live for about one month.   They can easily move from person to person, so if you have a young child in an environment where children share everything it is best to be cautious.  Especially with any head related items such as headbands, hats, brushes, and hair ties.

Fruit Flies

These flies love school lunch.  They are a type of fly that can pass along bacteria and pathogens very easily which can be harmful down the road.  It is best to pack your child’s snacks in plastic bags or containers and have your child throw away any uneaten food.

Roaches

Roaches are pests that take a liking to children and messy college students that don’t pick up after themselves and leave a food trail around them.   Make sure to clean any crumbs and throw away garbage in tightly sealed receptacles, especially in a dorm environment.

Ants

Ants love snacks almost as much as your children, and when kids eat together, and crumbs go everywhere – ants will be sure to make an appearance. If ants find their way into your child’s lunchbox, they can be brought easily into your home.  It is best to clean out the lunchbox after every meal and to keep food in sealed containers.

Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC)

For more information or for a free estimate, please visit us at Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC) or contact the Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC) at 866-697-3555 today.   Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC)services are licensed, insured, and guaranteed. 

Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC)employs comprehensive, state-of-the art technologies, chemical, and non-chemical treatments to eliminate pest problems in residential homes, businesses, hospitals, medical facilities, group homes, and apartment and condominium buildings.  Our highly trained professionals provide a fast, complete solution to your ants, mosquitoes, termites, bed bugs, rodents, and other pest infestations. 

Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC)

Toll-Free:866-697‑3555

Local: 954-945-5050

Termite Season in Full Swarm

As mentioned in our post last month, it is termite swarming season.  Here are additional points to consider during the summer months in Florida.

Do Termites live in groups or alone?

Termites live in groups and will not survive if it is alone.  Termites live in colonies ranging in number from several thousand to millions. Like other insects, the colonies can include different roles such as a  king and queen that are responsible for reproduction and there are worker termites and nymphs.  

Can your home have more than one termite colony?

Yes, it is not uncommon for several colonies of termites to occupy one area of a home or structure.  However, they do not intermingle from one to the other.  

Do termites live exceptionally long?

The role of the termite determines the number of years they are alive.  The queen or reproduction termite may live for decades whereas a worker termite may live from one to two years.

What happens after a swarm?

After swarming, subterranean termites will attempt to pair with a swarmer of the opposite sex within the colony. First that locate a habitat to establish a new colony of their own which requires moist soil, preferably in direct contact with wood. The termite colony that produced the swarmers will continue to be active after the swarm has taken place.

Termite Seasonal Calendar:

  • Subterranean termites swarm during the spring and summer months.
  • Formosan termites swarm at night during the late spring.
  • Conehead termites disperse in swarms, often after the first heavy rain of the spring. 
  • Drywood termite swarm at night, from April through July and a variation call tropical smooth-headed can swarm throughout the year.

Keep in mind:

Termites are not a type of pest that can be controlled with do it yourself measures and should be addressed and removed by professionals.

If you suspect any kind of termite infestation, contact our team of licensed pest control professionals to conduct an inspection and develop an effective action plan for removal.  For more information, or to schedule termite service, reach out to us today.

Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC)

For more information or for a free termite inspection, please visit us at Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC)  or contact the Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC) at 866-697-3555 today.   Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC) services are licensed, insured, and guaranteed. 

Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC) employs comprehensive, state-of-the art technologies, chemical, and non-chemical treatments to eliminate pest problems in residential homes, businesses, hospitals, medical facilities, group homes, and apartment and condominium buildings.  Our highly trained professionals provide a fast, complete solution to your termites, ants, mosquitoes, termites, bed bugs, rodents, and other pest infestations. 

Safe.  We use the safest treatments available.

Easy.  We make it as easy as we can on you and your family.

Effective.  Our treatments will effectively remove bed bugs from your home.

Toll-Free:866-697‑3555  Local: 954-945-5050

It’s Termite Time

We have officially entered termite swarming season!  Here are a few key points to consider during the summer months in Florida.

Does a Swarm of Termites Mean You Are in Trouble?

Although termite swarmers are not the wood-eating members of the termite family, it can be a good indicator that there may be a hazardous termite presence. Seeing a swarm of termites or flying termites in or outside of your residence is cause for concern and you should get a termite inspection right away.  

Do Termites Have Droppings?

A frequent misconception is that termites leave droppings of wood or sawdust.  Not true.  Termites ingest the wood they devour and will leave behind dark brown colored pellets in the surrounding areas.

Is the Problem Gone Once I Kill the Swarmer’s?

No, simply killing off what you are able to see does not mean the termites are completely gone as others may be lurking around.  The termite family also consists of termite workers which are the ones to create the true damage to your home.  These worker termites will chew through wood in and around your home and can completely destroy structures.  Often, the infestation can go on for many months and even years without being noticed. 

Termite Seasonal Calendar:

  • Subterranean termites swarm during the spring and summer months.
  • Formosan termites swarm at night during the late spring.
  • Conehead termites disperse in swarms, often after the first heavy rain of the spring. 
  • Drywood termite swarm at night, from April through July and a variation call tropical smooth-headed can swarm throughout the year.

Keep in mind:

Termites are not a type of pest that can be controlled with do it yourself measures and should be addressed and removed by professionals.

If you suspect any kind of termite infestation, contact our team of licensed pest control professionals to conduct an inspection and develop an effective action plan for removal.  For more information, or to schedule termite service, reach out to us today.

Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC)

For more information or for a free termite inspection, please visit us at Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC) or contact the Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC) at 866-697-3555 today.   Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC)services are licensed, insured, and guaranteed. 

Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC)employs comprehensive, state-of-the art technologies, chemical, and non-chemical treatments to eliminate pest problems in residential homes, businesses, hospitals, medical facilities, group homes, and apartment and condominium buildings.  Our highly trained professionals provide a fast, complete solution to your termites, ants, mosquitoes, termites, bed bugs, rodents, and other pest infestations. 

Safe.  We use the safest treatments available.

Easy.  We make it as easy as we can on you and your family.

Effective.  Our treatments will effectively remove bed bugs from your home.

Toll-Free:866-697‑3555  Local: 954-945-5050

Are There Pests in Your Plumbing?

They are not invited guests, but we have all seen cockroaches, mice, spiders, and even snakes inside our South Florida homes. So how are pests and critters getting into the home? These unwanted  pests can actually find multiple entry points into your home. They enter through any open crack, an exposed hole and even through the pipe system.

Here are a few offenders:

  • Snakes. Snakes glide their way through pipes in your bathroom, laundry room, kitchen, and the toilet. They even use these pipes to travel from room to room whether water is in them or not. 
  • Insects. Insects are not only disgusting, but they are also unhealthy. Some of the insects that travel in and out of your draining system may actually carry a disease.
  • RodentsMice and rats often squeeze their way into a home through holes even as tiny as a nickel. Just like insects, these rodents also carry diseases but even more so, they can actually clog drains and do damage to your home.  

These critters need water, food, and shelter in order to survive and will make their home inside your home. It is a necessity to make sure your home is protected by sealing up any cracks and exposed holes as well as covering any open pipes that connect to your home.  Covering these entry points with wire mesh and sealants will provide the protection you need.  Safeguard your home today by scheduling an inspection and let our professional’s get your home pest free.

If you see any critters or pests, Florida Pest Control Center is here to help. For more information, or to schedule termite service, reach out to us today.

Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC)

For more information or for a free estimate, please visit us at Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC)  or contact the Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC) at 866-697-3555 today.   Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC) services are licensed, insured, and guaranteed. 

Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC) employs comprehensive, state-of-the art technologies, chemical, and non-chemical treatments to eliminate pest problems in residential homes, businesses, hospitals, medical facilities, group homes, and apartment and condominium buildings.  Our highly trained professionals provide a fast, complete solution to your termites, ants, mosquitoes, termites, bed bugs, rodents, and other pest infestations. 

Springtime Swarmer’s

Warm weather, blooming flowers … spring is in the air.  Also in the air are swarming termites.  Spring is the beginning of peak pest season, when most insects are coming out of their winter hiding spots, mating and also finding their way into our homes. One of the most common springtime pests is also one of biggest threats to a home – termites.

Did you know?  Termites can cause well over $2 billion in structural damage to homes each year. That is more than fires and storms combined. Our highly trained professional technicians offer South Florida with superior termite control. Florida Pest Control Center provides:

If you have been finding piles of insect wings in your home, you may be understandably puzzled. This is not a sign of a new infestation. These wings are left behind by the swarmer’s, who shed their wings after a time. If you see this, it is a sign of a big problem that needs to be fixed as quickly as possible.

Termites live and thrive in colonies underground. If your home happens to be on or near a termite colony’s nest, they could swarm in your home.  Swarming termites tend to last only about 30 minutes. Since termites do not fly around very well, many do not make it to a new nest. If they enter your house first they typically will not make it to nest.

If you see termite swarmer’s, or are noticing the signs termites leave behind, Florida Pest Control Center is here to help. For more information, or to schedule termite service, reach out to us today.

Terminate the Termites with Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC)

Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC) is the termite terminator, the Florida expert in treating all types of termites.  FPCC professionals analyze and evaluate each infestation to determine the most effective treatment. 

Using the most advanced technologies to safely eliminate termites, FPCC pest control may recommend heat treatment, foam termiticide through pumps, liquid treatment through soil rods and injections, ground barriers, or a combination of these.  

Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC)

For more information or for a free estimate, please visit us at Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC)  or contact the Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC) at 866-697-3555 today.   Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC) services are licensed, insured, and guaranteed. 

Terminate your termites today!

Florida Pest Control Center (FPCC) employs comprehensive, state-of-the art technologies, chemical, and non-chemical treatments to eliminate pest problems in residential homes, businesses, hospitals, medical facilities, group homes, and apartment and condominium buildings.  Our highly trained professionals provide a fast, complete solution to your termites, ants, mosquitoes, termites, bed bugs, rodents, and other pest infestations. 

Safe.  We use the safest treatments available.

Easy.  We make it as easy as we can on you and your family.

Effective.  Our treatments will effectively remove bed bugs from your home.

Toll-Free:866-697‑3555

Local: 954-945-5050