MD Termite & Pest Control
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MD Termite & Pest Control started more than 40 years ago and is still family-owned and operated today. Many of our pest control & termite customers have referred us to their friends and neighbors. We take referrals very seriously and appreciate the word of mouth advertising our happy customers do for us. Our professional technicians are trained to uphold our high standards on every job we do, our experience enables us to handle residential and commercial work of any size and scope.

Look for our excellent reviews on Angie's List, Facebook, Home advisor and the Better Business Bureau websites. We are also proud to be part of the Wounded Warrior Project. Why call us? Well we start off with the best customer service you can get anywhere. We come to you when you need us, most service calls within 24 hours! Service with a smile! Our skilled technicians are trained to deal with any pest issues you might have.

The part is you get all us this for a very competitive price. We can beat almost any price.

read more › We service all of Hernando, Citrus, Pasco, Hillsborough, Pinellas and Sumter counties and select area's of Polk, Lake and Marion counties. No, because applications are made in cracks, crevices and voids and these areas not easily accessible to people or pets. Products applied around the exterior dry quickly and resist physical transfer. Some applications due require the customer to vacate the home for up to 4 hours. Most of the baits or residual products we use don't have an odor. Some products used to flush insects have an odor and are restricted to use in deep nesting situations which require immediate control.

read more › Termites are often called the "silent destroyer" because they may be secretly hiding and thriving in your home or yard without any immediate signs of damage. All termites consume cellulose-based plant materials. Unfortunately, all homes, regardless of their construction type, can provide cellulose food for termite infestation. Eliminate Moisture Problems by repairing leaking faucets, water pipes, and A/C units, Divert water from foundation, Keep gutters and downspouts clean, Remove excessive plant cover and wood mulch, Get rid of standing water on roof, Keep all vents clear and open, Seal entry points around water and utility lines or pipes.

read more › Since mice are nest builders, seeing nests in burrows or wall voids that provide protection certainly indicates mouse activity. Mice like to gnaw and chew on items in their habitat. Therefore, the appearance of chewed debris such as paper, bits of food, pieces of plastic or bits of wood and gnaw marks along the edges of wood or other hard materials in frequently traveled areas indicate the presence of mice. If one sees food packages that appear to be chewed into, a mouse infestation may be a possibility.

read more › Effective management of insect pests of ornamentals requires proper diagnosis of the problem. Often we can make reliable diagnoses based on damage that insects cause. The most reliable diagnosis requires identification of the insect or mite itself. Suspect you have pests in your lawn call us right away for a free estimate. Chinch bugs can destroy a lawn very quickly. Pests can destroy your lawn and also attract rodents that can damage your lawn as well.

read more › We start our service with a crack and crevice baseboard spray, fogging your attic. Placing insect traps out and treating any issues you may currently be having from ants to silver fish. Our expert pre-screened technicians can diagnose and treat any pest or rodent issue you may be having. Call us today for a free estimate. Our business is like a family, and we take nothing more important that helping keep you and your loved ones healthy and safe. Call us today to find out what we can do for your business to rid your work place of ants to termites- you won't be sorry!

read more › Ant control can be difficult, but there are some things you should know about how ants' behavior can lead to big headaches for you and your home. For starters Ants can enter through even the tiniest cracks, seeking water and sweet or greasy food substances in the kitchen pantry or storeroom areas. Ants leave an invisible chemical trail which contains pheromones for others to follow once they locate the food source. They can nest about anywhere in and around your house; in lawns, walls, stumps, even under foundations.

read more › While bees can benefit the environment in many ways, it is inconvenient and possibly dangerous to let a bee hive thrive near your home. It is important to properly identify the particular species living near your home, as bees are often mistaken for wasps due to their similar physical characteristics. There are different elimination processes for wasps and bees, so effective treatment relies upon proper identification. When using any method of bee control, it is also necessary to know effective application strategies, as well as the limitations and dangers associated with each method.

read more › A cockroach can survive for 1 - 2 weeks without its head, and live 2 weeks without water and a month without food. The shed skins and waste produced by cockroaches can trigger allergic reactions, asthma and other illnesses, especially in children. In our human environment, cockroaches have been known to feed on: Left-over human food, leather, cigarette butts, coffee grounds, soap, fabric, shoes, paint, the glue on the back of wallpaper or postage stamps, human hair and fingernails! Cockroaches are generally active at night and remain hidden during the day.

read more › Typically nest in the ground. At times, nests may appear as visible mounds of 61 cm in diameter and about 18 cm high. Large colonies can have up to 250,000 workers. Very active and aggressive, they will sting any intruding animal repeatedly. Total time from egg to adult averages 30 days; workers may live up to 180 days; queens live two to six years. One common sign of fire ant activity is the worker and swarmer ants. Other signs can be their sandy earthen mounds, which are usually more visible after recent rainfall, or the complaints of customers who are being stung by ants.

read more › More than 100 pathogens are associated with the house fly, including Salmonella, Staphylococcus, E. coli and Shigella. These pathogens can cause disease in humans and animals, including typhoid fever, cholera, bacillary dysentery and hepatitis. Sanitation is critical to controlling these pests, but accurate identification is essential for successful fly control. One pair of flies can produce more than 1 million offspring through their offsprings' offspring in a matter of weeks. When flies feed on waste, they collect pathogens on their legs and mouths.

read more › Earwigs also produce a pheromone (scent). Scientists believe that this pheromone is the reason that earwigs cluster together in large numbers. Earwigs are attracted to lights. They can become a nuisance on porches and patios on summer evenings. In the morning they will be gathered under things like cushions that were left outside overnight. Earwigs move into homes to find food or because of a change in weather. Females typically lay between 30 and 50 but actual numbers depend on species. After hatching, the nymphs undergo four to five molts until they become adults.

read more › Silverfish are nocturnal and move very quickly. They are secretive, and the severity of an infestation may go unnoticed for long periods of time, allowing for exponential growth. Silverfish reproduce quickly. Silverfish are known for their destructive feeding habits, oftentimes ruining papers, clothing and wallpaper. They commonly infest dark, damp areas around paper and linen sources. Silverfish infestations can be found in kitchens, laundry rooms, bathrooms, attics and basements. Silverfish can survive in almost any environment, but they prefer areas with high humidity.

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