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There is never just one

Just one spider, ant or roach isn't cause for alarm, or is it? If you find insects or rodents in your home, there is a high probability that more are lurking in spaces you cannot see.

* Recommendations will be made upon the initial assessment of your home and then after each subsequent treatment as to how the homeowner can assist Personalized Pest Control, Inc., in maintaining a pest-free environment. This may include (but not limited to) trimming or removing plant matter that comes in contact with the exterior of the home, sweeping down spider webs on a weekly basis to deter spiders from seeking refuge in eaves and patio corners; caulking holes/gaps in window sills or door jams that allow pests to gain entry into the home.

Our team stalks pests until the source of entry is discovered.

Since your home is usually your most valuable asset, it makes sense that you would  want to protect it from the intrusion of unwanted guests. Ants, spiders, roaches, silverfish, earwigs, scorpions, millipedes, and centipedes are all forms of unwanted guests. Personalized Pest Control, Inc., effectively treats  pests in and around your home and can design a personalized program to meet your needs.




Ants are the #1 problem in pest control industry. We develop a pest control unique solution to solve each individual invasion. There are many different species of ants, each being attracted to a variety of food sources. The key to effectively control ant populations is to identify the type of ant and develop a pest control treatment plan based on the habits of specific ant species.

Because of the warm Southwest Florida climate, spiders can be found in and around your home year-round.  The presence of spider webs may indicate the need for a specialized spider treatment that focuses on eliminating the webs and treating the surrounding area.  We have a program to keep your pool cage web-free.

Millipedes are a common problem during the summer, rainy months.  These "pests" are actually part of the crustacean family because they have a hard exoskeleton shell.  They harbor in your lawn and shrubs and require a different type of pest control service that is designed to penetrate the hard outer shell.  Special attention is given to mulched areas, edges of driveways and sidewalks, and the adjacent turf areas.

There are several types of roach species that inhabit Southwest Florida.  Some species, like the Palmetto, live and breed outside of your home and can be effectively treated within the scope of normal pest control services.  However, some species, like the German Roach, may require additional, specialized treatment methods to gain control and eliminate the infestation.  Regardless of the type of roach that may inhabit your home, proper identification of the insect will allow us to create a treatment plan designed to effectively rid your home of these pests.

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