Spring Hill Termite Control Services


Spring Hill, Florida, located in Hernando County, was founded in 1967 as a planned community. Developed by the Deltona Corporation and the Mackle Brothers, Spring Hill has a population of approximately 98,000 as of the 2012 United States Census. Spring Hill is a quiet suburb, about 35 miles south of Tampa. Spring Hill covers about 55 square miles, and features a variety of beautiful nature as well as parks including Nature Coast Botanical Gardens and Pine Island Park.

Get a professional termite inspection

Both subterranean termites and drywood termites are found throughout Spring Hill. Subterranean termites can enter your home through the ground and feed on cellulose which is found in wood and other similar materials. These pests are even able to get around bricks, concrete slabs, and other objects to find their food source. Many times, homeowners and business owners are unaware a termite infestation is even happening.

In addition to subterranean termites, drywood termites in Spring Hill are also a threat. These termites do not require moisture like subterranean termites do, and can enter your structure without contact from the ground. The best line of defense against a termite infestation is a professional termite inspection. Professionals know how to identify and treat termite infestations before it's too late.

BugX is your Spring Hill termite control expert!

Since 2007, BugX Exterminators has been offering termite control and termite inspection services throughout Spring Hill. Our professional exterminators know how to inspect and treat for both drywood termites and subterranean termites. We also customize termite treatment plans specific to your individual needs, as every property and infestation is different. Contact our professionals today!

Why should I consider BugX Exterminators for termite control?

  • Termites can be actively feeding on your structure for 3 to 5 years before you know they are there.
  • They only need a crack 1/32nd of an inch wide to get into your home.
  • In Florida, there are 13 Subterranean Termite colonies per acre. Subterranean Termites will find your home.
  • Termites can do tens of thousands of dollars in damage
  • Termites are not covered under your homeowner’s insurance.