Similar to apartments condominiums are another type of multi-family housing susceptible to pests. From cockroaches to rodents, a variety of pests can find their way into a unit and spread fast. In addition to being a nuisance, pest infestations that spread quickly can be dangerous and damage properties. If your condominium has a pest infestation, don’t worry. At Florida Pest, we have over 70 years of experience treating pest infestations and preventing them from returning.
We are dedicated to working with our customers in keeping them pest-FREE all year long. Our condo pest control experts will work with you to customize a plan suited to the unique needs of your property.
Common Pests in Florida Condominiums
Condo property managers have an obligation to ensure their tenants are safe, which includes staying pest-FREE. Many pests like rodents, cockroaches, and ants are especially common in multi-unit housing. In addition to being a nuisance, these pests can contaminate food and surfaces, putting tenants at risk of health issues. Bed bugs, spiders, and pantry pests are other common pests that infest condos. When you don’t invest in condominium pest control, infestations can spread quickly into multiple units, putting your neighbors at risk as well.
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Trusted Pest Control for Condos
Pest control on a large scale is difficult, making it important to enlist the help of a licensed pest control company. When you work with Florida Pest for condo pest control services, our exterminators will perform the following:
- A thorough property inspection of the condo and surrounding grounds
- Identification of pest pressures and the conditions that may be attracting them
- Creation of a condominium pest control plan that suits your condo’s needs and adheres to your building’s regulations
- Continual visits from a team committed to exceeding your expectations to keep your building pest-FREE
Pest-FREE Condominiums in Florida
At Florida Pest, we strive to provide our customers with the highest quality pest management services throughout the state. While most other exterminators just treat a single unit, we believe in focusing on the entire building. This is because when you treat a single unit, the pests will just infest the adjacent one, causing the infestation to spread. To learn more about our condominium pest control services or to schedule an inspection, contact us today!Back to Residential Pest Control