Central Florida Pest Control

Effectively Control Ants & Roaches in Your Home

No matter how your home is constructed, where it’s located, or how old it is, it could be invaded by ants and cockroaches. Expansion joints, foundation cracks, and tiny gaps around plumbing are all opportunities for pests to enter your home. They can even be brought in on shopping bags and potted plants. It’s a frustrating problem for millions of homeowners. In fact, ants are the number one “nuisance pest” in the U.S. Nuisance ants are the ones that seem to multiply faster by the hour. They enter homes in search of food and water.

An effective ant and cockroach control program begins with calling a pest professional. By conducting a thorough inspection of your home and property, the professional exterminators from Pest Detector can determine how your home has become infested with ants or cockroaches. Our professional exterminators offer central Florida pest control to Mascotte, Groveland, Minneola, Montverde, Clermont, Apopka, Ocoee, Winter Garden, Windermere, Kissimmee, St. Cloud, Poinciana, Davenport, Haines City and the surrounding areas.

You’re part of the ant and roach control solution

Ants and cockroaches need food and water, and they need a way to gain access to your home. Since they can be very persistent, you need to be just as persistent. By taking some simple steps to help control nuisance pests, you can be part of the solution.

Inside:

Clean up spilled food and beverages.
Diligently take out the trash.
Rinse out jars and containers before you place them in trash cans and recycling bins.
Pick up, seal, and store your pet’s food before going to bed.

Outside:

Seal doors and windows.
Keep rain gutters clean to prevent moisture inside walls.
Trim trees and shrubs away from your house; ants can use limbs as “bridges” to gain access.
Store firewood off the ground and away from your house.

Inside and Out:

Initially, after the treatment, you may still see some ants and roaches crawling around. If you do, don’t kill them or spray insecticide around them. We want to give the products time to do their jobs. Once they have, ant and roach activity will stop.

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