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Steve's Termite & Pest Control Here at Steve's Termite & Pest Control we are family owned and operated, so we know what families care about. We are located in Sarasota Florida, and we service Sarasota, Manatee, Pinellas, and Pasco Counties. Steve's Termite & Pest Control is committed to providing the highest quality service available, so that your home and yard can be pest free.

If you have used other pest control companies in the past, you will instantly recognize that we offer the most complete service around. At Steve's Termite & Pest Control we understand the importance of protecting our customers health, safety and property. We use the most modern technology and environmentally friendly treatments to keep your home free of pests.

The hot and humid weather here in Florida is a prime habitat for ants, mosquitoes, bed bugs, cockroaches, spiders, roof rats, mice, bedbugs and more. We Know Florida! We Know Florida pests! We have solutions for identifying and controlling these pests so you can comfortably relax.

At Steve's Pest Control Service our pest control and bed bug treatments are available in Sarasota, Bradenton, and Venice, as well as surrounding areas and include an initial inspection to confirm bed bug activity and to identify infested areas.
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read more › Steve's Termite & Pest Control was founded by Steve Armstrong in 1986 to provide pest control for Sarasota Florida homes. Thank you for your interest in Steve's Termite & Pest Control. We are locally owned and operated. We are a family owned company that offers pest control in FL to homes and businesses in Sarasota & Manatee Counties. Our exterminators are here to help with all of your termite and pest control needs. Whether you are looking for year round protection or a one time treatment we tailor your treatment to your specific needs.

read more › Florida's hot humid weather is a prime habitat for ants, mosquitoes, bed bugs, cockroaches, spiders, roof rats and more. We Know Florida! We Know Florida pests! We have solutions for identifying and controlling these pests so you can comfortably relax. Do you want to know how to get rid of ants? Or perhaps you want to know how to get rid of bed bugs? We know where pests live and hide and use that knowledge to create an effective, customized household pest control solution for your home, family and lifestyle.

read more › Contact Steve if you see signs of termites or need help identifying and treating termites. Because every home is different, your Steves Termite & Pest Control professional looks for more than just signs of termites. We consider your home's environment, configuration and construction, as well as other features that will help determine which treatment method is right for you. Most homeowners choose a traditional termite extermination technique to help protect their homes from subterranean termites.

read more › The warm, moist climate here in Florida acts as a breeding ground for unwanted pests. Since 1986 Steve's Termite and Pest Control has worked with Realtors and people selling their homes to help reassure potential buyers. A home that has been thoroughly inspected and treated will give the new home owners peace of mind that their new home is free of nuisance and potentially damaging insect and rodent infestations. We have the technical expertise and knowledge to offer the most effective solutions to any pest problem you may encounter.

read more › Every time you receive a scheduled service you can expect to find your eaves swept and pest free. In addition to keeping your eaves looking good, this service is a very critical part to controlling spider populations. Your service technician will remove all spider activity in order to prevent them from having free reign around your home. Sweeping eaves is critical for treating spiders because it gets rid of their food source. Your service technician will also remove all wasp's nests and break up mud dauber's nests.

read more › The most common location of resident insects is the wall voids. Insects can access these hollow wall cavities through any gaps, cracks, or crevices around your home--the most common entry point being the the small crevices around your foundation. In order to treat the wall void areas, we pressure-treat the foundation of your home. This allows our product to penetrate cracks, and crevices around your home and flush out all invading pests. In addition, your technician will also treat around your foundation 3-feet wide and 3-feet high.

read more › That's because a great majority of people believe that a bed bug problem is a result of unsanitary conditions and if your home becomes infested with bed bugs it is assumed that you keep a dirty home. What's more bed bugs are mainly active at night when they come out for a blood meal. Though they do not carry diseases they will feed on the blood of your family and pets when they are asleep and most vulnerable. If left unaddressed bed bug infestations can rapidly escalate into a major problem that threatens the well being of your family.

read more › Our process eliminates bed bugs and their eggs safely and completely. The process is less expensive and less disruptive than tent fumigation and safer for your home and furnishings than heat treatments. The basis of our treatment process has been used by the University of Florida, Department of Entomology and is proven to be 100% effective in eliminating bed bugs and their eggs. We have taken their unique blend of special ingredients built around vapor disbursement and added our proprietary technology.

read more › 1. Seal cracks in your home's exterior to help keep pests like ants, spiders and cockroaches from getting inside. 2. Be sure all doors and windows are properly sealed with tight-fitting screens and weather stripping. 4. Consider storing clothing in plastic boxes or pouches to prevent fabric pests from getting to them. Call now a get a special discounted rate on regular quarterly treatments or on alternating monthly treatments. Steve's Termite and Pest Control Company is part of Your Web Monster's Network supporting the following businesses.

read more › These ants can be found in southern states and in California, Illinois, Maryland, Missouri, Oregon and Washington. Argentine Ants prefer sweet substances but will eat almost anything including meats, eggs, oils and fats. Also, when foraging for food, Argentine ants leave pheromone trails everywhere they go, instead of just from nest to food source. This habit ensures they do not waste time visiting the same area twice. While in other ant species worker ants are primarily responsible for gather food, Argentine queens also assist with foraging for food.

read more › There are nine types of carpenter ants throughout the U.S. and range in size from one-quarter inch (about the width of a pencil) for a worker carpenter ant to three-quarters of an inch (about the size of a quarter) for a queen carpenter ant. When they are ready, those workers then get the job of gathering food to feed the next generation. Once mature, this first generation of worker ants work to increase the food supply for the colony. The colony population grows very rapidly. A colony can eventually produce 2,000 or more workers.

read more › Bed bugs get their name because they are commonly found in beds but can also be found in other places where humans spend a lot of time: hotels, airplanes, and couches. Bed bugs can feed on the blood of any warm-blooded animal. Their most common targets are humans because, unlike animals with fur, we have a lot of exposed skin for them to bite. When Bed bugs feed, they inject the skin with their saliva (this keeps the blood from clotting) and an anesthetic (this keeps the host from feeling the bite and moving).

read more › Cockroaches crawl through dirty areas and then walk around our homes tracking in lots of bacteria and germs. They can contaminate food by shedding their skins. Their cast off skin and waste byproducts are allergens that can trigger allergic reactions, asthma and other illnesses, especially in children. Keep cooking, eating and food storage areas clean and dry. If you see cockroaches, it is best to call a pest management professional due to the illnesses they can spread. Call now a get a special discounted rate on regular quarterly treatments or on alternating monthly treatments.

read more › These pests are part of the same family as houseflies and fruit flies, because they all have two clear, veined wings. Best known as a summer pest, Mosquitoes can develop from egg to adult in 10 to 14 days. Mosquitoes breed in soft, moist soil or stagnant water sources such as storm drains, old tires, children's wading pools and birdbaths. Replace all stagnant water at least once a week. Remove trash from around any standing water. When sleeping outdoors or in areas where mosquito populations are heavy, surround your bed with "mosquito" netting.

read more › Drywood Termite colonies are usually found in dry wood and they do not require moisture or contact with the soil. Drywood termites can build nests and dig tunnels in buildings. These tunnels cause major damage because the wooden support beams can become weak and make the building lean or fall down. Call now a get a special discounted rate on regular quarterly treatments or on alternating monthly treatments. Steve's Termite and Pest Control Company is part of Your Web Monster's Network supporting the following businesses.

read more › Males only live about a year, but the female can live up to 3 years. Hungry female Black Widow spiders have been known to kill the male spider after mating, but that isn't always the case. Geographically, Black Widow spiders can be found in the Eastern, Central and Western United States. Brown widow spiders are prevalent in the south. The bite of a female Black Widow spider can be poisonous but not deadly to humans. The male Black Widow spider does not bite. A Black Widow spider bite is pale in the middle with a red ring around it and is followed by severe cramping, weakness, sweating, headache, anxiety, itching, nausea, vomiting, difficult breathing and increased blood pressure.

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