Pet Friendly Pest Control In Tallahassee, FL
We officially service in Tallahassee with our offices located in 2420 Lakeshore Dr, Tallahassee, FL, 32312! At Native Pest Management, we’re the experts when it comes to North Florida and South Florida pet friendly pest control.
We know in Leon County, you’re guaranteed to feel a few mosquitoes, see a few cockroaches, and see lots and lots of ants. Tallahassee is home to warm weather, Florida State University, Florida A&M University, beautiful trees and lakes like Lake Ella and Southwood Central Park Lake where these pests thrive.
That’s exactly why we now do professional cockroach control, termite control, rodent control, mosquito control, and ant control in Tallahassee.
Native Pest Management is the highest rated pest control company in South Florida. Founded in 2015 by third generation Florida natives, we know about the pests in Florida, from North to South, and we know how to get rid of them.
In 2021, we won the Better Business Bureau Torch Award for Ethics, and we were named on the Inc. 5000 List of the Fastest Growing Companies in the United States.
So far, in 2022, we’ve been ranked on the Gator 100 for the fastest-growing Gator-led businesses in America and won platinum in the FLCAJ Readers Choice Awards. We’ve also received the Expertise Awards for West Palm Beach, Port St. Lucie, Fort Lauderdale, and Miami, and made the top three in the Best of the Best awards for Palm Beach County.
Our Tallahassee Service Area Includes:
- Levy Park
- College Town
- Betton Hills
- Chapel Ridge
- Mabry Manor
- Plantation Heights
Home Pest Control Near Me in Tallahassee
At Native Pest Management, we totally get that pests like ants, cockroaches, and rodents can mess up your day, even in the sunny Florida capital!
We’ve all experienced these annoyances, and they’ve only fueled our passion to help our communities out.
Our eco-friendly and pet friendly products, won’t allow pests like ants in Tallahassee the opportunity to invade your home.
Our pest control services and pest preventative strategies can give you the peace of mind you need for your home, family, and pets.
Give us a call today to request your free quote and learn more information about our home pest control in Tallahassee, FL.
Ant Control Near Me in Tallahassee
When I think of ants, I think of huge piles of ants. You probably have at least one childhood memory of taking a wrong step and being attacked by countless tiny fighters - especially in Florida, where winters are mild and there’s no snow coming after ants.
The worst part is, when you live in a warmer climate, even if you stomp on them until you’re out of breath, they always seem to be back the next day.
There are several different types of ants in Tallahassee and we know the in’s and out’s of them!
Most Common Ants in Tallahassee:
- Carpenter ants
- Sugar ants
- Big-headed ants
- Fire ants
- Pavement Ants
- Acrobat Ants
Now, let’s talk about how we get rid of them for good.
To remove the ants from your home, we use bait. This bait is a little bit slow, so this gives the ants time to deliver it to their queen and spread it through the entire colony.
This can remove a large number of ants from your home, even between the tiny cracks and crevices, however, at Native Pest Management we take it a step further.
It can be hard to fully get rid of ants in Tallahassee because there’s a reason the ants are there beyond the cake and cookies in your kitchen.
This source is a chain reaction that starts with a symbiotic relationship between ants and insects like scale, whiteflies and aphids.
These aphids and other bugs like to hang out and chew on the beautiful palms and flowers in your yard, and as they feed, they release a sticky substance called honeydew (not the fruit).
The ants know when there’s honeydew around - and they love it. So if you see any tiny white flies or other little bugs on your palms or shrubs, you might’ve found the source of your ant problem.
At Native Pest Management, we kill two birds with one stone by going after all of the insects in Tallahassee that release honeydew, and the ants in your home.
Leave it to the professionals at Native Pest Management to eliminate the ants in your Tallahassee home, and prevent ants from infesting ever again in the future. Call us today for your free pest control quote!
Mosquito Control Near Me in Tallahassee, FL
If you’re like most Tallahassee residents, you’re used to being raided by the mosquito population in the warmest times of the year.
You can probably identify a mosquito bite all too well and have mosquito spray in your house somewhere, ready to go for your next outdoor Florida excursion.
While it’s almost guaranteed to get bitten on a camping trip, you shouldn’t have to worry about them while relaxing on your patio, or especially in the comfort of your Florida home.
Reasons why you could be having issues with mosquitoes around your home.
- Objects in your yard like flower pots, kids’ toys and bird baths are pooling water. Mosquitoes use any standing water to breed so your yard could be helping them multiply.
- You’re not cleaning out your gutters regularly; if they get clogged with standing water, mosquitoes will breed in them.
- You’re wearing strong fragrance perfumes or lotion. Floral scents specifically are a major mosquito attractant.
- You’re wearing dark-colored clothing.
- You go outside for sunrise and sunset, the times of day that mosquitoes in Tallahassee are most active.
If you’re worried about a mosquito problem happening in your backyard or making you itchy in your own home, Native Pest Management is happy to help eliminate those worries. We can use backpack fogging and the application of biological larvicides to remove the mosquitoes from your home in a pet friendly, eco-friendly way.
Once we’re done you can live comfortably without mosquitoes in Tallahassee!
Contact Native Pest Management today to explore mosquito control options and receive your free pest control quote.
Termite Control Near Me in Tallahassee
Termites are small wood-destroying insects that thrive in warm climates. This means…you guessed it! Termites are living the dream in Tallahassee homes.
There are over 2,000 identified species of termites in the world, but only a few cause problems for homeowners, so you don’t need to become a termite expert to know when there’s an issue in your home.
Here’s the run-down: The most common species of termites in the Tallahassee area are eastern subterranean termites and drywood termites.
Their favorite hobby (chewing wood) can take place in large underground nests. These termite colonies can be huge: They can contain anywhere from 60,000 to 200,000 termites, and some colonies contain more than two million.
And when termites invade your property, they can cause serious structural damage.
The financial consequence of termite damage in the United States adds up to about 5 billion dollars annually.
To avoid significant termite damage in your home, it’s good to identify the evidence early.
Signs of termite activity in Tallahassee:
- Termite wings but no termite - termite wings are loose tiny wings around your windows, doors, and foundation of your home.
- Mud tubes formed by subterranean termites inside your walls.
- Termite swarmers flying inside your home.
- Defective floorboards.
- Termite frass (droppings).
If you suspect that termites are in or around your Tallahassee, FL home, it’s time to reach out to the professionals here at Native Pest Management.
We’re proud to offer several termite control options to identify, eliminate, and prevent termite infestations. Contact us today to schedule your free termite inspection in Tallahassee and to ask about our termite control solutions.
Rodent Control Near Me in Tallahassee
Rodents in Tallahassee like rats and mice can get out of hand pretty quickly and overall create an unpleasant living experience.
Rats reproduce about 6 times a year, while for mice it can range from 5-10 times. This might not seem that crazy but it’s still about 5-10 times the speed of humans.
This rate is high enough that once they get into your home, it can be very difficult to get rid of them. At a certain point, you need professional help and that’s where Native Pest Management is your best bet.
The goal of our rodent exclusion services is to keep rodents out of your home. We seal off any openings so you never have to worry about the annoying little critters again.
If you’re seeing rats or mice in your home, you can leave it to the best professional pest control company in Tallahassee.
Native Pest Management is ready to protect your home from rats, mice and everything in between with guaranteed rodent control.
Give us a call today to schedule your free inspection and to learn more about our rodent control process.
Cockroach Control Near Me in Tallahassee FL
If cockroaches were the same size as ants, they probably wouldn’t be a huge deal. But unfortunately, they are a certified Big Bug that can cause quite a few issues.
When you imagine a cockroach, you’ll most likely think of the American cockroach, also called the Palmetto bug.
If you ever see tiny cockroaches, those are a different story. While you may suspect they could be babies (which is possible), they’re most likely what are called German cockroaches.
German cockroaches can reproduce quickly so they’re even more difficult to control than American cockroaches. They also only live indoors, typically near appliances or in between cabinets, while American cockroaches thrive outside.
You can also find Australian cockroaches in Tallahassee, which look similar to American cockroaches but have uniquely distinguished by the yellow lines on their back.
Although there are sprays and baits branded to kill American cockroaches, German cockroaches and Australian cockroaches, those are not a long-term solution.
If you spray away all the cockroaches you see in your house, the cockroaches will still come back. This is because it’s the source of the cockroaches that needs to be targeted, which can be tricky to identify.
If you want to try controlling the source of cockroaches in your Tallahassee home, here are some effective practices:
- Keep the moisture down. Cockroaches thrive in warm, damp environments so keep the AC running or consider getting a stronger ventilation system.
- Keep your trash cans covered and take the trash out every night.
- Avoid keeping your trash outside right near your home. American cockroaches will sense it, snack on it, and then go inside to see what else your home has to offer.
If you’re looking for a guaranteed elimination of all your cockroach worries, leave it to us to help give you your peace of mind back.
Call Native Pest Management today to discuss your cockroach control options or click the button below to receive your free pest control quote!
Mosquito Control Near Me in Tallahassee, FL
Are you tired of seeing cockroaches in your restaurant’s kitchen? Are customers complaining about tiny ants crawling around? Our preventative pest control doesn’t end with homes!
By putting into place an annual commercial pest control plan for your Tallahassee, FL business, you can protect your commercial property from pests like ants, cockroaches and rodents that live in the Tallahassee area.
Native Pest Management offers exceptional commercial pest control services that are designed to eliminate current and future pest problems in your property.
Every day, we treat and protect commercial properties ranging from restaurants, to warehouses, to office buildings and hotels.
We provide commercial termite control, commercial mosquito control, commercial cockroach control, commercial rodent control and commercial lawn care as well.
Keep your customers, inventory, employees, and reputation safe from pests and partner with local pest technicians here at Native Pest Management.
Call to request your free quote and schedule a free commercial pest control inspection today!
What Our Customers Are Saying
Mike M. was amazing! He was very diligent and he explained everything! I have had another gentleman come here and offer the same service. This company is great and their employees are very informative, friendly, and I am thankful for the customer service they provide! Thanks for everything, Mike!