New Port Richey Termite Control Services
New Port Richey, located in Pasco County, Florida, features a population of over 26,000 covering it's 4.6 square miles. The originated in the early 20th century from the area surrounding Orange Lake. This area was being referred to as New Port Richey, while older, original Port Richey was dubbed "Old Port Richey". New Port Richey is a suburban city, with over 7,200 households, and is included in the Tampa / St. Petersburg-Clearwater Metropolitan Statistical Area. New Port Richey offers a variety of nature and beaches, as well as shopping, restaurants and businesses throughout it's downtown area and Main Street.
Get a professional termite inspection
Subterranean termites and drywood termites both pose a threat to homes and businesses throughout New Port Richey. If these pests are left untreated, they can cause thousands of dollars in damage. Subterranean termites enter the structure from the ground and will stop at nothing to get to their food source which is wood and other cellulose materials. These pests can ever find their way around and through concrete slabs, blocks, and bricks. Drywood termites do not rely on the ground or moisture but rely on the same food source. The best line of defense against a termite invasion is a professional termite inspection.
BugX is your New Port Richey termite control expert!
Since 2007, BugX Exterminators has been offering termite inspections and termite control services throughout New Port Richey. Our professional exterminators offer inspections and treatments for both subterranean termites and drywood termites. We can identify your termite infestation and then create a customized termite control plan based upon your needs. Contact BugX Exterminators 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.