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Commercial Termite Control by Tiger

Commercial Termite Control

Port Orange, Palm Coast, Ormond Beach, Daytona, and surrounding areas

A termite bond is a way of having the protection of an insurance policy against termites, which can be a menace to any type of building in Florida. This includes commercialproperties. Did you know that termites create more damage annually than all fires and natural disasters combined? Shouldn’t you protect your business from this very real threat?

Our termite control services are especially relevant during pre-construction. We have a full line of contractor services available: builders have many options to protect new properties from damaging termites including pre-treatments, wood treatments, and conventional liquid subterranean pre-treatments.

Benefits of a Subterranean Termite Commercial Protection Plan:

  • $500,000 Damage Repair Warranty!
  • Routine maintenance and annual inspections by state licensed technicians with flexible scheduling for your convenience.
  • Customized termite treatment such as local treatment or tent fumigation, and consulting with our specialists on prevention methods.
  • No additional costs for standard service calls made between annual inspections.
  • As our termite customer, you can receive discounts on the other pest controll services we offer – free estimates always available.

Contract with Tiger and get guaranteed protection from termites by one of the most trusted names in the business. Commercial client references are available upon request. Contact us today.

See What Our Customers are Saying

Scott in Palm Coast

We are very happy that we used a knowledgeable local business instead of a large corporation. Tiger Termite & Pest are on top of things, always ahead of us when we have any questions or concerns. They keep us well informed about our commercial property and what they have done and we will use them with all of the commercial properties we are building.

Bug Fact
"Along with wood, termites also can tunnel through inedible materials such as foam insulation, plaster board, etc. as they search for food."
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