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Fungus and Your Orlando Lawn

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Now that the peak of the growing season for turfgrass has passed, other lawn problems may be revealing themselves. If you’re seeing brown or yellow areas, your Orlando yard may be under attack by a lawn fungus. There are several types of fungi that may be stressing your lawn and causing areas of discoloration. Read…

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Are Termites Active in Winter?

termites active in winter

Some Orlando pests are less active in winter, but termites aren’t among them. They forage for food year-round and stay active when they’re in a relatively warm environment. Termite queens can continue laying eggs in every season and in some warmer places, you can even see swarms of termites in the wintertime. What termites do…

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It’s Mosquito Season in Orlando

Mosquito Season in Orlando

 Kids on spring break and vacationing families aren’t the only ones we see more of in Orlando this time of year—mosquitoes are making their spring comeback, too. Now that the weather is warming up, you’re probably already seeing the mosquito population rising at your home. Here’s what you need to know about Orlando mosquito control…

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Controlling German Cockroaches in Your Orlando Home

German Cockroaches on Crackers

The German cockroach is the most common species of cockroach in America, so it’s likely you’ve spotted them inside your Orlando home at some point. Although German cockroaches are most often found outdoors, they’re notorious for hitchhiking their way indoors on items you bring into your home. If you have a German cockroach problem, read…

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Mouse in the House? Call the Orlando Rodent Control Experts!

Rodent Control

Rodents live everywhere that humans live, from cities to rural areas, but when rats or mice move into your home, it gets personal. Although they’ve adapted to almost every type of habitat, rodents often prefer warmer climates, so Orlando homeowners are likely to encounter these pests in and around their homes. If you’ve seen even…

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Save Your Orlando Lawn from Chinch Bugs

Chinch Bugs

Sooner or later, Orlando homeowners with St. Augustine lawns are likely to have to battle chinch bugs. Without chinch bug pest control measures, an infestation can cause a rapid decline in St. Augustine grass, destroying large patches in a short amount of time. If it’s caught in time, however, you can prevent chinch bugs from…

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What to Know About Swarming Drywood Termites in Orlando

Drywood Termites

As an Orlando homeowner, you probably think you have all your bases covered when it comes to termites. After all, termites come from the ground and you’ve taken all the necessary precautions against them, right? Contrary to popular belief, not all termites enter your home from the ground. Some, such as drywood termites, can literally…

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Turner Pest Control Awards 2017 Scholarship

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We are pleased to announce that the second annual Turner Pest Control $1,500 scholarship was recently awarded to Bayne Shaifer, a Jupiter, Florida, high school senior who will be attending Stetson University in the Orlando area. Our 2017 scholarship program highlighted the importance of community service, which is an integral part of Turner Pest Control’s…

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Bed Bugs in Your Orlando Home? Call the Experts!

Orlando bed bugs

Bed bugs aren’t choosy — they’ll make themselves at home anywhere. Contrary to popular belief, bed bugs are just as likely to be found in a neat, well-kept home as they are in one in need of a good cleaning. It’s not dirt they’re after; they’re just looking for a meal from the people and…

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Get Your Orlando Yard Ready For Spring!

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Nurseries and home improvement stores across Orlando are stocking up on plants and gardening supplies as homeowners’ thoughts turn to spring. If you’re planning to freshen up your landscape, make sure you can relax and enjoy the results of your hard work by letting Turner Pest Control keep your yard looking good and pest-free. We…

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