Home Pest Control of Tampa

Welcome to Home Pest Control of Tampa! We are Florida pest control specialists. We offer both residential and commercial extermination services in Tampa. We handle all common pest insects in the area, including: Termites, Ants, Bed Bugs, Cockroaches, Spiders, Palmetto Bugs, Mosquitos, Silverfish, Centipedes, Millipedes, Carpenter Bees, Dust Mites, Spider Mites, Fleas, Lady Bugs, Drain Flies, Indian Meal Moths, Yellow Jackets, Brown Recluse Spiders, Black Widow Spiders, Ticks, Pillbugs, Earwigs, and rodents such as rats and mice. We offer a range of affordable pest management services, including complete interior coverage of your home or building, and complete exterior coverage of your house and lawn. We pride ourselves on our polite and courteous customer service and our excellent results. Give us a call any time to find out more about our prices for pest control work and to schedule an appointment, usually within the next day. We look forward to hearing from you.

Call 24/7 to discuss your pest problem.

Same-day or next-day appointments.

32-point inspection of your property.

Written estimates for pest project.

Fully state licensed and insured.

Complete Bed Bug treatment and removal.

Complete termite tenting and erradication.

Control of ants, spiders, stinging insects.

100% permanent rat and mouse control.

Quarterly and monthly maintenance programs.

Our Service Range - 813-328-3575

Tampa Pest Removal Tip:

Guide on Where Termites Live
The presence of termites will easily strike panic and fear into the hearts of most homeowners. They have a destructive behavior and they will not stop eating until the woods have been reduced to nothingness. The entire cost of repair and treatment during termite infestation can easily swell to $8,000. If you don't want to spend this much, you should find the source of the problem by identifying their habitat.

Place Where Termites Live
US homeowners can encounter three types of termites in their house. These termites will have different behavior and lifestyle. The regional and geographical location of the termite can also differ. By being aware of their possible location in your house, you can help control the damages that they may cause.

The subterranean species of termite will need to be in constant contact with the soil. They mostly build their nest underground. They will then access the wood through the intricate tunnel system that is connected to the ground. These mud tubes are created from wood and soil and will be found near the nest of the termites. There are three types of these tunnels.
- Drop Tubes-Drop tubes are made when the termites are trying to establish a shortcut from the nest to the food source. Sometimes, these tubes will be abandoned especially if it is too far.
- Exploratory Tubes- These tubes have been created when the termites are randomly foraging their food. This will be abandoned if the termites failed to locate a steady food source.
- Working Tubes-This is used to transfer from their underground nest to their food source.

In the Walls
Once these termites managed to get inside your house, expect that they will be causing several damages. If the termites are already living in your walls, you will notice some signs such as paint blisters, pinholes, hollow-sounding timbers, and damaged wood panels. The termite will be eating any materials that will contain cellulose. Therefore, you might find their habitat on drywalls and paper materials.

In Your Bathroom
Termites prefer the area of your house that provide them moisture, warmth, and food. Your bathroom would be an excellent place for the termite to survive. The wood frame on our bathroom and the ceiling will receive a steady level of moisture. You can find the termites behind the walls of your bathroom. However, you will also find them in the obscure areas of the bathrooms such as behind the tiles.

In Your Furniture
Since the drywood termites can live without moisture, you will be able to find them in places where the subterranean termites will not thrive. They can be found in different parts of your house such as your furniture. They can also live on wood panels, exposed wooden beams, baseboard, window frames, cabinet and door.

Understand that the termites can cause serious issues in your house. You will need to inspect the different parts of the house mentioned above regularly to avoid any severe damage from the termites.