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Ormond Beach Roach Control Services

We are your key to eradicating roaches in Ormond Beach

Roach Control

Roaches are one of the most common pest infestations that many Floridians encounter and Elite Termite and Pest Services is available to assist with any size of home or commercial facility with a cockroach problem.

Cockroaches typically find their way into homes and businesses by way of grocery bags, laundry, or simply wandering in from the outdoors. Unfortunately they establish themselves quickly and when breeding are capable of producing many thousand offspring in a year.

Food, warmth, and moisture attract roaches and an especially mild winter and rainy spring or summer will cause you to see an increase in these disgusting pests. It is possible for roaches to spread food poisoning bacteria or cause allergies in many people.

Here are some steps you can take to avoid a roach problem:

  • Keep your home or business clean and sanitized.
  • Do not let paper bags, cardboard boxes, or empty bottles accumulate.
  • Seal food containers and clean up spills and crumbs.
  • Maintain an annual service contract with an Ormond Beach pest control company.

If you need Ormond Beach roach control services at your property, then CALL US @ 386-256-6880 or visit the contact page.

See What Our Customers are Saying

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Stan in Ormond Beach

Elite said they would be here at 10am and they were here at 10am. That goes a long way in my book! Our tech was very professional and knowledgeable and we look forward to working with him in the years to come.

 


Meredith in Palm Coast

I am tired of the same old song and dance with the other companies, so I tried Elite out. No one has ever gone through my house like Elite has. First two days I saw dead things inside and out. Not a one since.

Bug Fact

"The large roaches we see outdoors, called palmetto bugs in Florida, are often the species known as the American cockroach. "

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