Home Pest Control
Get Rid of Bugs Like Ants, Roaches, Spiders, & Other Pests Today!
Northeast Florida is home to countless pests like cockroaches, ants and mice that threaten the quality of life we all enjoy due to their ability to spread bacteria and transmit diseases. These pests are much more than a nuisance, and it is important to fully understand the risks associated with any potential pest problem.
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PROTECT YOUR FAMILY AND HOME
Cockroaches are known to spread over 33 types of bacteria and carry allergens that can trigger asthma attacks in children. According to the National Institute of Environmental Health, one in five children in the U.S. have severe sensitivities to cockroach allergens.
Ants are extremely social insects, so one or two ants in your home will quickly become an infestation. These tiny invaders can contaminate food so preventative ant control is vital.
Mice also have the ability to transmit bacteria and contaminate food, and they rarely travel alone; they bring fleas and mites into the home with them.
Don’t share your home with these pests! With Nader’s northeast Florida residential pest control services featuring our comprehensive integrated pest management approach, you’ll enjoy the peace of mind that comes with knowing your family and home are protected. Our preventive pest control and extermination service for home pest control includes ant control (fire ants, carpenter ants and white-footed ants require special services), cockroach control and spider control, as well as bug control for insects like silverfish, earwigs, house crickets, pill bugs, millipedes and centipedes. We also have solutions for mice, scorpion and bed bug control.
Integrated Pest Management
STEPS Total Protection System:
Our pest control service is part of our STEPS® Total Protection System™ and backed by our 100% satisfaction guarantee. We've built our reputation on standing by our customers with the best guarantee in the business.
1. Inspect to pinpoint pest issues
2. Identify not only the pest, but the true cause of the problem
3. Treat in the most environmentally responsible way to alleviate current issues and help prevent any future recurrence.