Florida fall armyworm pest

As we move into fall, if your lawn has suddenly turned brown or grass has disappeared altogether, the armyworm could be to blame. Feeding on your grass, these pests are very destructive, laying their eggs on blades of grass and leaving destruction in their wake. While they cause the most harm to newly sodded or…

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bed bugs Jacksonville

A bed bug problem can happen to anyone, and when it does, it’s very stressful to try to deal with it on your own. That’s why we offer caring, professional service provided by trained technicians. If you’re concerned about bed bugs in your Jacksonville home, our bed bug elimination experts are ready to take care…

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stinging insects

If you’re new to the Jacksonville or North Florida area, welcome to our sunny climate, friendly people and, unfortunately, a rather large population of stinging insects. While some don’t require professional pest control, most of them do pose some risk. For most of us, a sting is just painful, but for those with insect allergies,…

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termite pretreatment

The Jacksonville Jaguars’ first 2015 preseason appearance gives “home game” new meaning. The game will be most fans’ first chance to see the home being built inside the gates of EverBank Field by Dream Finders Homes. We are very proud to be a part of this project, which will result in the donation of the…

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Jacksonville pest control

The Jacksonville-area housing market has seen very positive gains in the first half of 2015, resulting in more homeowners considering putting their homes up for sale. If you’ve made the decision to take advantage of current market conditions and sell your home, your to-do list is sure to include making your property look its best…

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palmetto bug pest control Florida

There are several species of roaches that have come to be called “palmetto bugs,” but the American cockroach is usually the species to which this term refers. Whatever you choose to call them, Floridians are all too familiar with these pests. While these huge, winged creatures are certainly not desirable to have around, the good…

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The weather in Florida is getting cooler.  Turner Pest Control wants to remind you that while this cooler weather may be a welcomed change for many homeowners, your routine pest control should not change. A common mistake homeowner’s will make is to assume that there is no need for pest control in the winter because…

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‘Tis the season to prevent pantry pests from ruining holiday recipes Throughout the holidays, families spend more time in the kitchen cooking for dinners and baking for parties. Turner Pest Control and The National Pest Management Association (NPMA) reminds people to be wary of the uninvited guests that could be hiding in the cupboards, especially…

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Bats, bees and spiders, oh my! While it’s certainly normal to see these creatures invade your front doorstep on Halloween in the form of candy treat seekers, the real ones are generally unwelcome pests no one wants in or around their homes. As we prepare to bid farewell to summer and welcome the fall, it’s…

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The important link between cockroaches and diseases like Salmonella If you have ever had cockroaches in your home, you know it can be an unpleasant experience. Their spiny legs, prehistoric appearance and habit of hiding out in kitchens and bathrooms can be enough to make even a brave soul feel a little squeamish. But many…

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