Termite Control Contracts in Largo Florida

Largo Ant ControlPerhaps you’ve – tried and failed – to deal with a termite infestation on your own, or you need to renew a termite contract in order to buy or sell a home. Whatever the reason, only a thorough and effective inspection and treatment plan conducted by an experienced professional will ensure your termite problems are solved – that’s why you should call a Largo pest control company such as Custom Pest Management.

Local homes in the surrounding Pinellas County area rely on our comprehensive approach to solving termite problems in 5 Easy Steps:

1. Inspection

The first step is a thorough inspection to locate foraging trails, colonies and nests conducive to termite infestations.

2. Identification

The termites peculiar habits and biology will help you find where the nest or colonies are located and develop the most cost-effective control strategies. If unsure, collect specimens for positive identification.

3. Recommendation

Here we present you with an pest control program that addresses your current termite problem and identifies conditions that may contribute to the infestation.

4. Treatment

In most cases, effective control includes a pesticide application in combination with non chemical, mechanical control procedures that eliminate conditions conducive to termite infestations, such as exclusion, trimming vegetation away from the outside of your building, eliminating moisture problems etc.

5. Evaluation & Follow Up

We follow up and assess the effectiveness of our services and ensure your home continues to stay free of termites.

Of all bugs that infest Largo and Pinellas County area structures, termites are one of the most common. Termites are unique in terms of nesting sites, habits, characteristics and feeding preferences.

If you have a termite infestation or a problem with termites at your home or business, call the Largo termite control experts at 727-686-6053.

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