Seasonal Pest Control Services
While seasonal pest control is often overlooked by many homeowners and business owners, Florida residents are at a higher risk of seasonal pest infestation due to the constant warm climate. At Palm Coast Pest Control in Jupiter, our pest control specialists are well versed in common seasonal pests including rodents, termites, ants, drywood termites, mosquitoes and bedbugs. When you contact our pest control professionals, we’ll schedule a thorough investigation of your home or business to appropriately navigate the best and most efficient treatment solution for you.
Seasonal Rodent Control
When the weather starts to cool down in Florida, you may notice an increase in your surrounding areas rat and mice population. During the months of September and October, rodents start looking for warm and dry places to live during the winter months, entering your home through the gaps in your foundation or even through the roof of your house. If you start to notice small fecal droppings in your home or chewed-through wires, contact a professional rodent control company right away.
Seasonal Termite Solutions
Termites have been known to wreak havoc on exposed wood and can cause a substantial amount of damage to your home or business if left untreated. While there are several different types of termites in Florida, Palm Coast Pest Control provides comprehensive pest control solutions for some of the most destructive termites, including subterranean and drywood termites.
Subterranean Termite Control
As one of the most active wood destroying pests in Florida, subterranean termites can pose a huge threat to your home or business’ structure. These pesky pests establish their colonies in the soil or forage of their food source, also known as cellulose. Cellulose can be found in nature in dead tree stumps, branches or in your home’s hardwood or laminate flooring. Due to the warm and humid weather in Florida, subterranean termites thrive off of moisture, making them even more difficult to exterminate without the help of a professional.
Drywood Termite Control
Unlike subterranean termites, drywood termites do not need moisture to establish their colonies. These termites often build colonies in structures like wood fences, wood furniture, wood moldings and wood doors and window frames, making them even more difficult to find.
Wood Destroying Organism Reports
If your home or property is being sold, and the mortgage lender or buyer requires a termite inspection prior to the transaction, our pest control experts can help. Palm Coast Pest Control is specially licensed and certified to provide Florida residents with Wood Destroying Organism Reports (WDO), to notify future residents of potential pest and termite infestations. Some common wood destroying organisms include subterranean termites, drywood termites, wood destroying beetles and wood decaying fungi.