How Our Florida All Seasons Protection
While Florida is definitely not known for its seasons, different times of the year pose specific threats from a variety of pests. At Greenhouse, we understand the pests that appear each quarter and we are constantly monitoring activity to ensure we get ahead of each pest problem. We take a proactive approach to pest management and we implement extermination services that target specific pests and their breeding habits.
We service your home quarterly using the latest techniques and technology, which includes our Florida All Seasons Protection Program tailored to the geography and seasons at your home. We tailor each service to the risk areas identified by our pest specialists. We don’t do a regular pest control spray, we inspect and spot treat the entire perimeter of your home – all the way from the back fence to the front of the property. The way we see it, we don’t just control pests, we defend homes, backyards and families. We protect the places where your memories are made.
Spring time means lovely temps, but it also means that critters come out of a winter hiatus in search of three things: shelter, food and reproduction. Cockroaches, spiders, bees and wasps, and fire ants thrive in warmer weather and will appear in large numbers in the Springtime.
Florida’s summer equals bugs’ most active time of the year. When we think of summer, we think of bugs! This is the time of year when we get an increase in rain, humidity and temperature. All of this leads to an increase in insect activity.
As the leaves change color and the weather starts to cool slightly, the insect activity drops slightly, however there are common Fall pests that must be targeted and treated.
Even though Florida is typically warm, it is important to know which pests try to find comfort within warm homes when the temperatures drop outside (even slightly). These pests are known to invade homes when the temperatures drop.
We stand behind every service with our 100% guarantee and we bring sophistication to the pest control industry with gold standard training and best practices.
Keep your home pest-free and your family protected with expert service from Greenhouse. Owned by the Cloud family, we have been in the pest control business for 84 years. Greenhouse offers a full range of pest control services using reduced risk products, meaning they are designed to be gentle on your family and the environment. We guarantee you will be happy with our service and if we don’t meet your expectations, we will provide a follow-up service at no extra charge.
Many people shudder at the thought, but there are more than 3,500 different species of cockroach, and more than 70 of those reside in Florida. However, the most common roaches found in Florida are the American Roach, German Roach and Smokey Brown Roach.
Ants are one of the most commonly found pests in homes across Florida and require very specific treatments methods to successfully control. Our state-certified, locally licensed technicians have all received training to treat the most common types of ants.
Insect, Wasp & Spider Control
Spiders, wasps, bees, hornets…they all serve a useful purpose in the world. These bugs can also cause destruction to your home. All Seasons Protection Program is guaranteed to inhibit nest building. It creates an invisible shield on your house so that bugs don’t stand a chance.
Flea & Tick Control
Are fleas and ticks bothering your pets? Don’t let these little critters hassle your animals and spread throughout your home. Removing fleas and ticks from a home can be tricky. Proper, targeted treatment paired with preparation are the keys to success.
When you think about mice, rats and other rodents, you likely want to squirm or run away. This is because mice and rats carry diseases and destroy property with their sharp incisors that allow them to chew through wood and other materials to gain access to your home or nearby property.
Millipede & Centipede Control
Warm, wet weather encourages the activity of several moisture loving creatures, including millipedes and their relatives, the centipede. At times millipedes can become so abundant that they cover surface areas as they enter homes and other buildings.
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