Land O' Lakes Termite Control Services
Land O' Lakes, located in Pasco County, Florida, features a population of 31,100 throughout it's 21.1 square miles. Experiencing large growth throughout the 1990's, Land O' Lakes absorbed many nearby towns during it's development and growth. Land O' Lakes is known for it's suburban neighborhoods with an estimated 11,200 households.
Get a professional termite inspection
Land O' Lakes is home to many people, but it is also home to both drywood termites and subterranean termites. These pests can cause thousands of dollars in damage to your home and often times go undetected for quite some time. Subterranean termites enter the home through the ground to reach their food source of wood and other cellulose materials. These pests stop at nothing to reach their food source and can even get past concrete slabs and bricks. Drywood termites do not need that direct ground contact to infest a structure and can damage a home just as badly as a subterranean termite. The best line of defense against any termite infestation is to have a professional termite inspection.
BugX is your Land O' Lakes termite control expert!
Since 2007, BugX Exterminators has been offering termite inspections and termite control services throughout Land O' Lakes. Our highly trained professionals can inspect your home for termites and offer a custom tailored termite control plan for your specific needs. Our professionals understand that each property and termite infestation is different. We specialize in termite inspections, subterranean termite control and drywood termite control services. Contact us 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.