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Everyone in Florida experiences an insect problem now and then. An invasion of ants, an infestation of roaches, and then there are flies, rodents, mosquitoes. The professional pest exterminators at Florida Bug Inspectors (FBI), have been solving pest control problems daily for over 25 years. If you need a professional exterminator, call Florida Bug Inspectors.

At FBI your satisfaction is not just a goal - it's our job. Join the thousands of satisfied customers who have trusted Russ for safe effective pest control solutions. Contact Russ or call 813-727-4758.

read more › What is a pupa? It's the stage of life just before the adult stage. A flea pupa can hatch and jump on you as you walk by. That's like a human baby being able to jump 6 ft straight up immediately after it was born. Russ Frank is the owner and manager of Florida Bug Inspectors (FBI), is Russ Frank. He's been solving Tampa flea control problems like yours for over 25 years. He understands the tools and technologies available and he has the training and experience to solve your infestation quickly.

read more › Rat control is important in Florida because both rats and mice are serious health risks. They can carry at least 10 different kinds of diseases including bubonic plague, murine typhus, rabies, ratbite fever, and bacterial food poisoning. Mice and rats may ruin 10 times as much food as they eat. Rats have been known to bite sleeping children while trying to get bits of food that were not washed off before going to bed. As if that weren't enough, many fires have been started by rats and mice gnawing on electrical wires.

read more › Honey has been used for millennia as a topical dressing for wounds since microbes cannot live in it. It also produces hydrogen peroxide. Honey has even been used to embalm bodies such as that of Alexander the Great. Africanized Bees, also known as "killer bees" are slowly taking over the state of Florida, including Tampa. They can be dangerous, so for your own safety, please, never attempt bee removal on your own. Please read the Bee Safety Information below. If you're in a hurry and don't need to read about the finer points of bee removal, call Russ on his cell phone now: 813-727-4758.

read more › Wasps can sting repeatedly because their stinger is not barbed like a honey bees. The majority of problems requiring medical treatment result from an allergic reaction to the sting. Many of the complications from an allergic reaction respond well to various medications if given in time. If you are allergic to insect bites of any kind, it is recommended that you seek medical attention immediately. There are 2 different types of wasps: social and solitary. Social wasps have nests, either elevated or in the ground.

read more › Russ Frank, the owner and manager of Florida Bug Inspectors (FBI), can solve your roach control problem. He's been solving pest tough control problems, including roach infestations for over 25 years. Unfortunately roaches are all too common in Florida. Don't let these creepy critters stress you out. Join the hundreds of satisfied customers who have trusted Florida Bug Inspectors to solve their roach control problems.

read more › Another way you can protect your family is to use a good mosquito repellent. The best repellents will provide protection from bites for a long period of time from just one application. The University of Florida mosquito researchers tested the effectiveness of mosquito repellents based on the amount of time the product will continue to repel mosquitoes after one application to the skin. Tampa - Mosquito control is critical in Florida. Mosquitoes can carry three four very important mosquito-borne diseases that occur in Florida: Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE), St. Louis encephalitis (SLE), and West Nile fever / encephalitis (WNV), and just discovered in Florida in 2009 - dengue fever.

read more › Pesticides can be an important component of an IPM program, but they cannot be the only component. Integrated Pest Management, or IPM, is a collection of pest control strategies and techniques that reduce the reliance on pesticides. Many books say IPM was developed in the 1950's or 1960's. But in fact, IPM has it's roots in the ancient world. Thousands of years ago farmers needed to control pests. Pesticides did not yet exist. Over the centuries many of the IPM tools and techniques we use today were born of necessity.

read more › Most Americans have never heard of dengue fever. It's an ugly tropical disease that recently showed up in Florida. The symptoms include a fever, serious headaches, chills, muscle and joint pain and bloody urine. Although the disease is rarely fatal, it's downright unpleasant. Eco-friendly pest control. Some people think that's a contradiction in terms. In this article Russ explains the first step in eco-friendly pest control - without using a drop of pesticides. Don't wait until you experience a severe flea infestation.

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