Our termite treatments in Winter Haven, FL will work to solve any current problems and to prevent future occurrences.
Living in a climate as mild and warm as Winter Haven, Florida has many advantages, and humans aren’t the only ones who can benefit. Sadly, some of these other creatures are considered “pests” for the damage they can cause to trees and landscaping throughout the year. Termites are an especially serious concern for Florida home and business owners, because they pose a double risk. First, termites threaten otherwise healthy trees, and they can also invade the wood used in the construction of many businesses and homes. Termite treatments will work to solve any current problems and to prevent future occurrences.
Termite treatments vary widely from location to location. The local climate, species of termite, and the types of wood and trees they prefer will all combine to help determine the proper course of action in halting and eliminating active groups of termites and preventing termite problems before they arise. Termite treatments of existing populations are best when specifically targeting their preferred source of food, especially since this reduces the amount and strength of pesticide needed. More and more home and business owners have concerns about pesticides, and limiting the placement and intensity of the chemicals solves the issue of termites while decreasing the potential exposure to pets or other people in the area.
At The Other Side Lawn & Ornamental Pest Control, Inc., we understand that your lawn and landscaping are assets to your property. To this end, our trained and knowledgeable staff offers a variety of programs that are guaranteed to take your lawn from mediocre to magnificent, all while working to reduce, eliminate, and prevent destructive insect populations on your property.
At The Other Side Lawn & Ornamental Pest Control Inc., we offer termite treatments in Lakeland, Auburndale, Bartow, Plant City, Winter Haven, Davenport, Lake Wales, Brandon, Polk City, Highland City, Crystal Lake, Eaton Park, and Winston, Florida.