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Flea and Tick Control
Ormond Beach, Palm Coast, Port Orange, and the surrounding areas
Fleas are a well-known nuisance, but did you know that they can also spread disease and cause tapeworms? It's true - fleas can pose a significant health risk to your family and pets. In order to break the cycle and get rid of fleas once and for all, it's not enough to simply treat your pets - you need to treat your home as well.
At Tiger Termite & Pest Services we offer comprehensive, customized home and yard extermination services to stop infestations at their source instead of temporarily stemming the problem. First, our licensed exterminators will inspect your home and your home's surroundings to identify the scope of the problem and determine the best course of action. With extensive experience in flea control, we have a thorough understanding of where they are likely to nest, such as carpets or your pet's bedding, and the best way to get rid of them for good.
Next, we will tailor a treatment plan according to your family's needs and the scale of the infestation. Fleas can survive in the larval state for up to eight months without food, and an adult female can lay 2-3 thousand eggs a week, so after extermination, we will recommend several steps you can take to prevent a future infestation.
If you need flea and tick control services in the Central Florida area, then CALL US @ 386-256-6880 or visit the contact page.
See What Our Customers are Saying
Frank in Palm Coast
No bugs at my house! Tiger Termite & Pest Services goes through every nook and cranny. Even behind the electric sockets, I had never seen that before.
Meredith in Palm Coast
I am tired of the same old song and dance with the other companies, so I tried Tiger out. No one has ever gone through my house like Tiger has. First two days I saw dead things inside and out. Not a one since.
"Always make sure ticks you find and remove are dead before you dispose of them. A good way to kill them is to stomp the life out of them. Most importantly, keep a close eye on your dog or child for the next few days to make sure he or she doesn't get sick! "