AntsAnts are nuisance pests around the home because they feed on and contaminate human foods, infest structures by nesting in wall voids and/or underneath kitchen sinks and other places, and build unsightly mounds in lawns and other landscapes. In some cases, ants are able to inflict painful bites or can have venomous stings. Ants do not attack or eat fabrics, leather or wood in houses. However, some species can establish nests in decaying wood, including wood in human structures.Several species o
CockroachesThe cockroaches most commonly found in and around Florida homes are the Florida woods roach, American, smoky brown, Australian, German and Asian. The smallest cockroaches—the German, Asian and brown banded are close to the same size, and the adults are seldom more than 5/8 inch long (16mm). The larger cockroaches—American, Australian, brown, and the smoky brown—are 1–1/4 to 2 inches (31–51 mm) long and are often called Palmetto bugs. Though they are generally found outdoors.
TermitesThere are several types of termites but the most common are Formosan, Subterranean, and Drywoods
Bed BugsBed bugs are small parasitic insects that are rising in number. They've made a strong comeback after nearly 50 years of limited activity in the United States. Adult bed bugs have a distinct reddish-brown color and have flat, oval-shaped bodies about 1/4 inch in length. In a protected area, an adult female will lay up to five eggs in one day. The eggs are small, approximately 1mm in size and are whitish in color, making them almost invisible to the untrained eye.