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Ohana Termite & Pest Control At Ohana Termite and Pest Control, we don't just protect your home, we protect your family. Since 1995, we've helped families in Florida live safely and comfortably with the knowledge that their homes are pest and termite free. Our pest prevention services include general household pest control, rat and bat exclusions, honey bee extractions, bird proofing and more.

Damage of an infestation often goes unnoticed. Our termite prevention services include wood treatment, tent fumigation, and stucco trimming. Our reputation is second to none. All Ohana Termite and Pest Control customers receive unsurpassed service and personalized attention. Our years of pest control experience enables us to tackle the the most difficult and challenging jobs in the business.

If the bugs come back, so do we.
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read more › Over 22 years of pest control and construction experience to tackle any pest control jobs. We take pride protecting your home. With over more than two decades of pest control experience, we provide our customers with cutting edge and innovative services. Our industry knowledge and unparalleled customer service combine to make Ohana Pest Control the premier pest management service in Florida. Great people provide great results. Period. As a family-owned business, we place a premium on servicing our customers' homes the same way we would our own.

read more › Ohana Termite and Pest Control professionals have years of pest extermination experience in both home and commercial properties. Our services include: Pest Prevention, Termite Prevention and Lawn and Ornamental. Our team of pest control experts deliver safe and effective treatments to rid homes and businesses of unwanted guests. Our pest prevention services include general household pest control, rat and bat exclusions, honey bee extractions, bird proofing and more. Damage of an infestation often goes unnoticed.

read more › Removing bed bugs can be a very labor intensive process but we take every precaution to ensure the infestation is completely eliminated from your home. Proper bird control helps homeowners minimize structural damage, disease spread, and cleaning costs associated with birds and their nests. While different parasites completely, both fleas and ticks share similar qualities in that they feed off the blood of humans and animals and can infect a home. Our fly control services include both prevention and eradication.

read more › Bed bugs, so named because of their typical location, feed on warm blood to survive. Normally transported by humans, bed bugs can live up to 12 months and cause frustration in homeowners. They typically hide during the day, feed at night, and often leave tiny red spots on furniture and sheets. While this list is not exhaustive, it does provide a great starting point to locate bed bugs and develop a treatment plan. Removing bed bugs can be a very labor intensive process but we take every precaution to ensure the infestation is completely eliminated from your home.

read more › Proper bird control helps homeowners minimize structural damage, disease spread, and cleaning costs associated with birds and their nests. Birds are attracted to homes for their convenient nesting sites and protection from the elements. It is important to minimize the bird population around your home as their presence can often invite other pests and parasites into the area. Their droppings can stain and corrode home surfaces. They can also destroy vegetation and contaminate food. In order to fully bird proof your home and control the surrounding bird population starts with a thorough inspection of your home or business.

read more › Not only are flies annoying, they also pose a health threat to your home and family thanks to the variety of diseases they carry. Fly infestations are often caused by sanitation issues in and around the home. They are attracted to garbage, pet food, pet feces, dead animals, and even the dirt of your house plants! A fly infestation can grow very quickly with fertilized eggs hatching after only 24 hours. In order to stop a fly infestation in its tracks, it is important to not only exterminate adult flies but to eliminate breeding sites as well.

read more › The honey bee, smaller than other bee species create hives in a variety of locations sometimes choosing attics, eaves, walls or yards for their real estate. While they can sting, they can only do so once as the action of stinging kills the bee. If you suspect a honey bee infestation it is recommended you contact a professional pest control service. Professional companies, like Ohana Pest Control, use specialized bee removal equipment and strategies to ensure the safety of everyone involved, including the honey bees!

read more › Animal proofing your home helps prevent structural damage and health hazards associated with rats, bats, and squirrels. We create a customized plan to keep unwanted visitors at bay. After a thorough inspection of your home, we identify and seal off any potential entry points to prevent animals from entering. In addition to professional animal proofing, you can take other precautionary measures to help protect your home from an animal invasion. Preventing animals from entering your home is easier than removing animals once they've already gained entry.

read more › Did you know there are 4,300 different types of cockroaches? Thankfully, we don't have to worry about most of them. The most common cockroaches in Florida include the Florida roach, the American roach, the German roach, and the Smoky Brown roach. At Ohana Pest Control, we use many different methods to eradicate cockroaches from your home. In addition to professional extermination, you can defend your home from cockroaches with simple maintenance and cleaning. Eradicating cockroaches from your home may seem like a daunting task.

read more › The species of a termite infestation will inform the treatment options and allow our professionals to develop a specialized plan to protect your home. Treatment options for termites include both chemical and non-chemical procedures. Damage of an infestation often goes unnoticed. While a trained professional can quickly identify termite damage during an inspection, homeowners can also check their homes for signs of termites. Drywood termites require very little moisture to survive and build colonies in dry, undecayed wood.

read more › Stucco, a popular building material used for the siding of homes, often extends below the surface of the soil, creating an open dinner invitation for termites. Termites can get between the foundation and the siding and go virtually undetected as their mud tunnels remain hidden from view. By the time the damage is discovered, they could have already destroyed your home. In addition to hiding termite damage, stucco also minimizes the success rate of termite treatments. Because of its protective elements, stucco shields the foundation underneath from termiticides.

read more › One way to protect your home and eliminate subterranean termite infestations is to install a baiting system. Subterranean termite baiting systems feed termites who then take the bait back to their nests. This type of system can lead to the termite eradication by killing of the entire colony either by the sharing of the insecticides or the killing off of the worker termites in order to starve the rest of the colony. Baiting systems are installed in the ground by drilling or trenching. Professional exterminators will place baiting systems around the foundation of your home in high traffic areas.

read more › Subterranean termites cause the most damage to homes due, in part, to their ability to grow their colonies quickly to astronomical sizes. Living up to their name, subterranean termites build nests in the soil underneath homes. They cannot live without moisture and use protective mud tubes to travel. These dangerous pests can cost homeowners a lot of money in damage and can even completely destroy a home. It is paramount for homeowners to take proper precautions in order to prevent a termite infestation.

read more › Tent fumigation involves enclosing a home or business in a tent and releasing a gas to exterminate the termites. The tent traps the gas in the building and allows it to permeate termite infested areas. Tent fumigation typically lasts between 24 and 72 hours. The length of the tenting process depends on the size of your home and severity of the termite infestation. During this time, families and pets must vacate the home. It is important to set up an alternative place to stay during tenting and understand that once the process begins, no one will be allowed to enter the home.

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