1. 4 Things You Should Know About Spring Lawn Care

    While some people might argue that Florida doesn’t have a change of seasons, true Floridians know that just isn’t true. In fact, the change in humidity and temperature is quite noticeable to native Floridians. With that being said, you are probably well aware that we are getting closer to spring, which means that you want to be preparing your lawn for the coming changes. At Palm Coast Pest Con…Read More

  2. Enjoy a Rat-Free Home with Rodent Control and Exclusion

    The official start of spring is still a couple of months away. That means that many Florida residents are in the thick of the winter pest control war, frequently battling common cold-weather pests like rats and mice. Palm Coast Pest Control provides Top Rated Loca® rodent control services all along the east and west coasts, and we would love to help you protect your home from these troublesome in…Read More

  3. Coastal Exterminator Tips for Pest-Free Apartments

    Pests are indiscriminate when it comes to the homes that they invade, and though we often think of single-family homes when we talk about residential pest control, the truth is that those who live in apartments are just as susceptible to frustrating infestations. Here at Palm Coast Pest Control, we are here to help you keep your home free of unwanted pests, regardless of what type of home you have…Read More

  4. Questions to Ask a Pest Control Company

    You wouldn’t hire just any contractor to perform work on your home without asking them some questions first, and it’s no different when you are preparing to hire a local pest control company. The pest control industry is incredibly competitive. That means that some companies are better than others, but it can be hard to tell who’s who unless you know what type of questions to ask as you call…Read More

  5. Cockroach Control FAQs

    If you are like most property owners, the thought of cockroaches scurrying around your house is enough to make your skin crawl. These troublesome pests are very common in Florida, especially during the winter months, and once they invade your home, they can be difficult to get rid of without the help of a professional. Palm Coast Pest Control is your Top Rated Local® pest control specialist, and …Read More

  6. Is Your Home Protected From Winter Pests?

    Winter will officially be here in a little more than a month, and it is never too early to protect your home against the common pests that frequent the east and west coast of Florida in the cool winter months. Palm Coast Pest Control is your Top Rated Local® pest control company, and we are happy to provide you with industry-leading pest control services such as cockroach extermination and rodent…Read More

  7. Protect Your Family and Home with Florida Rodent Control

    It’s probably safe to say that no one wants to deal with a rodent infestation. Aside from being a nuisance around your home, these troublesome pests can actually be hazardous to your health and undermine the structural integrity of your home. Palm Coast Pest Control is your Top Rated Local® pest control company, and we proudly provide affordable and effective rodent control for both the east an…Read More

  8. Top 10 Venomous Critters of Florida

      Top 10 Venomous Animals of Florida Florida has its share of deadly animals. They may bite you, sting or just affect you by getting into contact with your skin. This is a list of the ten most venomous animals found in Florida. Brown Recluse This is among the most dangerous spiders in Florida. Brown Recluse spiders dwell in poorly lit places. If they feel threatened, they give very nasty venomous…Read More

  9. Everything You Need to Know About Lubber Grasshoppers

    Everything You Need To Know About Lubber Grasshoppers This species of grasshopper is well-known due to its large size and use in dissertation exercises in biology classrooms. It occurs in large numbers in Florida and leads to the serious destruction of crops and citrus fruit plantations. The lubber moves by crawling and walking feebly. It gets its name from the way it moves clumsily and lazily ove…Read More

  10. Beware of Fire Ants After Hurricanes

    Little more than a week has passed since Hurricane Michael made landfall in the Gulf Coast. This powerful storm fell short of a Category 5 hurricane by just 2 mph as it smashed into the Florida panhandle, leaving a path of destruction and flooding in its wake. Stories and news reports continue to roll in daily about Michael, including those of large ant swarms. Finding groups of ants after hurrica…Read More