Serving Hillsborough, Pinellas, Pasco and Hernando Counties Fl
If you are looking for a reliable pest control and termite control company with a reputation of delivering great results, turn to Nelson's Pest Control for all your pest exterminating needs. For more than 20yrs, our family owned and operated pest control company has proven to be one of the most effective pest control companies throughout the Greater Tampa Bay area.
Customer Satisfaction: Since the beginning, Nelson's Pest Control, Inc's number one priority has been our customers. We are always striving to provide our customers with the latest techniques allowing us to stay ahead of the curve and service our customers to the best of our abilities. Throughout the years, we have retained our customers through outstanding customer service and continue to service thousands.
Why Have A Termite Inspection?
Because the effects of a subterranean termite infestation are so devastating to your home and your finances, prevention is our best recommendation.
Many residents of Florida, especially those living near the coast will experience a drywood termite infestation in their home. Drywood termites spend almost their entire life inside the sound, dry wood members upon which they feed. Winged adults or swarmers, shedded wings, ejected pellets and galleries inside wood are typical signs of a drywood termite infestation. Accumulation of pellets, especially in a cone-shaped pattern, is a sign of active drywood termites.
Subterranean termites are the most destructive and frequently encountered termite found throughout Florida. Although they nest in soil, they can attack structures by building tubes that connect their nests to the wood in structures (mud tubes). They may be detected by the presence of winged reproductive's, mud tubes and wood damage. The winged reproductive's surface from colonies in large numbers (swarming) usually from January through May during the daylight hours.
Upon inspection, if your home is found to have termites, treatment suggestions and pricing will be given at that time.
Termite pre-treatment of a new construction site is required by Florida state law and is a necessary measure to prevent future invasion of termites.
Our licensed professionals will make an initial visit to the construction site to treat prior to building and will return prior to final inspection for a perimeter treatment.
The Carpenter Bee is a large bee that has a blue-black, green or purple metallic sheen, and most are characterized by a shiny, relatively hairless abdomen. They often burrow into the exposed dry wood of buildings fascia and soffits, decks, telephone poles, fence posts and bridges. They often attack such objects as windowsills, wooden siding, eaves, decks and railings. The round entrance hole measures 3/8? in diameter. A carpenter bee infestation is often detected by finding large amounts of sawdust and pollen on the ground below the area being chewed and excavated.
Treatment will be a customized solution to your unique situation. We specially treat each carpenter bee hole where infestation has occurred.
To schedule a service call or to learn more about our Tampa pest control treatments that we provide for homes and businesses, contact Nelson's Pest Control today.
In Tampa and Hillsborough county call (813) 994-1166 or in St. Pete, Pinellas and Pasco county Call (727) 372-1175
We recently moved to our home and I always noticed ants outside the house. I sprayed and they would be gone, but resurface elsewhere. I missed seeing them one time and it was too late. They had made their way up the front of the house and through the eaves and were coming down everywhere in the bathroom. After 2 days of vacuuming ants and...(Read More)
David is a great guy. He came out to treat a possible yellowjacket nest in my shrubs and determined it wasn't a nest at all, but sooty mold on the plants attracting the yellowjackets to the plants from elsewhere. He explained what was causing it and how to treat it and didn't charge me for the visit. It's hard to find honest, knowledgeable vendors these days who ...(Read More)