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Warm weather that draws plenty of people to live in Florida also, unfortunately, attracts pests, ranging from termites to rodents, and from bed bugs to roaches, and more. For the ultimate in protection of your Melbourne home, there’s SMART TurnerGuard, a comprehensive pest control plan.
To make an appointment for a free pest inspection, contact us online or call 321-329-9500.
Termites alone cause more damage in the United States than windstorms, tornadoes, and hurricanes combined—to the tune of $2 billion annually—and SMART TurnerGuard is the best choice to prevent costly termite damage. Even better, that are no excluded pests in the plan so, no matter what critter moves into your Melbourne home, treatment is covered.
The plan offers a low initial price and, after that, you pay a low monthly fee calculated upon your home’s square footage. This ensures you don’t pay too much for your services—and you’ll never need to spend an additional dime on termite treatments again.
Reasons include our more than 40 years of experience in pest control services in Florida. Plus, we’re one of the region’s fastest-growing companies, ranking in the Top 100 pest control companies in the country. Success has been built upon these factors:
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In reality, every home in Melbourne is vulnerable to termite infestations and damage. Swarms of these creatures are in fact one of the greatest threats to your home, even if it’s built from brick—because foundations can be crafted from wood, or the home might have been built with wood forms, ones not removed after construction was complete. As another possibility, your home may have levels of soil that are too high next to a patio or room addition. If so, you’ve got, in effect, a nice ramp for termites to use as they enter your home.
Unfortunately, there are more than 40 species of termites, with 21 of them found in Florida, each of them being small, soft-bodied insects that feast on wood, including timber in homes. The Formosan termite is in Florida, and it’s the most aggressive, destructive termite species out there. Eastern subterranean termites are less aggressive, which is good, but are so widespread that they actually cause more overall damage.
We keep it simple! No matter how large your home in Melbourne is, you will pay the same low initial price. Then, we’ll calculate your low monthly fee for your SMART TurnerGuard protection service, based upon the square footage of your home so that you don’t pay any more than necessary.
Do you need comprehensive pest control services? Make an appointment for your free pest consultation online or call 321-329-9500. We’re ready to get started!
The most advanced treatments and techniques available
Green options at no extra charge
No termite retreatment costs—ever
Thorough interior treatments and no excluded pests: bed bugs, snakes, rodents included.
We’ve found that liquid options are the most effective. Why? Because the liquid is invisible and the targeted termites pass it along throughout their colony, which expedites termite elimination. When you’re covered by SMART TurnerGuard Termite Control, our expert pest control team will treat your home in multiple places, including in the soil surrounding your home; any crawl spaces; interior points of entry to the home; and barriers between the inside and outside.
We offer a monitoring and detection system, created to catch these destructive termites before they actually become a problem. We also provide environmentally friendly treatment options. And, whenever it’s needed, we provide termite re-treatment at no extra charge. You also receive a lifetime warranty and we guarantee your satisfaction.
To get started on your Florida termite treatment, simply contact us online
We make exterior treatments a key part of our pest control services because problems typically start outdoors. During your first visit, though, we’ll treat your home’s interior, then continue with regularly scheduled exterior treatments. Our goal is to provide a long-lasting barrier that prevents pests, such as termites, from ever coming back inside. If you do find pests inside, simply contact us and we’ll provide interior pest control services.
At Turner Pest Control, we recommend only what you need. And, because our exterior pest control treatments have a four-month residual effect, we typically recommend outdoor treatments three times per year because most pest problems start outside your home. If you have a pest problem inside your home in between treatments, we’ll gladly make a free service call and take care of the issue. To make your Florida pest control appointment, contact us online or call (904) 355-5300
Our SMART TurnerGuard program offers a wide spectrum of Florida pest control services. In fact, we exclude NO pests. So no matter what kind of pests you have in your home, this plan covers treatment, whether this means bed bug extermination, rodent control, mosquito control, and much more.
We focus treatment on the exterior of your home, since most pest problems start outdoors, using products that have a 90-day residual effect. Then, we apply pest control treatments in multiple places indoors, including hard-to-reach spots. These include:
If you experience any issues in between your regularly scheduled visits, that’s no problem. We’ll return to address those problems at no additional cost to you. We also provide green pest control options at no extra charge. To get started with Florida pest control services, we invite you to contact us online or call 904-355-5300 today.
Out of the world’s 40+ species of termites, 21 different kinds can be found in Florida. Fortunately, not all are considered to be pests, but those that are can wreak havoc in your home. Each sub-species of termites is a small, soft-bodied insect; they feed on cellulose in wood, including that found in homes’ timber. In Florida, drywood termites seek out dry wood, while dampwood termites, as the name suggests, prefers wet wood in forests. Then there are subterranean termites that like to live in soil and are especially destructive due to the large size of their colonies.
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