If you're looking for a league of reliable and professional exterminators to service your residence in DeLand, Deltona, Orange City, and beyond, you’ve come the right place. The experts at Bugsy’s Exterminating, Inc. are the ultimate in exceptional pest control, keeping your family and home safe from invasive pests such as fire ants and bed bugs.
Subterranean termites are the most common and damaging insects. Termites cause damage requiring billions of dollars in home repairs every year. They live in the soil and enter the home through cracks in concrete flooring or foundation walls. I have personally traced a tunnel from a concrete basement elevator shaft to a planter box on the 6th floor penthouse suite at a hotel in Palm Beach. Termites don't care if your house is made of wood, metal, or concrete. Once they get into a structure they will find your wood cabinets, baseboards, wall mounted picture frames, wood furnishings, roof rafters, paper files, your favorite old record albums, shelving, and even sheet rock walls since it is encased in cellulose (paper). Termite treatment is extremely important to properly sustaining your home. These pests require professional extermination services before major structural damage occurs. If you're in DeLand, Deltona, Orange City, Ormond, Daytona, Sanford, or Lake Mary: Call for a free inspection today!
These insects usually enter your home from infested furniture or from nearby infested trees or homes. We offer safer non-fumigation practices, with precise odorless foam treatments to the affected areas with borates and termiticides.
*Written wood destroying inspection reports for home closings and prospective home buyers
These pests are tan to brown, swarm at night, and have a double dark vein on the outer edge of their wings. They normally swarm from March thru July.
Usually dark in color, subterranean termites are black to chocolate brown and they swarm in the daytime. Swarming sometimes start as early as January or February and continues off and on thru April. Weather effects when swarming will start, usually after a good rain.
Is it an ant or a termite? Identifying insects correctly without experience isn't easy; here is a quick description of the most common variety to help determining the difference between the two. If you still aren't sure give us a call.