Learning Center: Index of Common Florida Insect Invaders
Florida is a beautiful state known for its sunny and warm weather. While this provides us with a wonderful atmosphere to live and work in, it is also the perfect breeding ground for a number of pest species. Florida has a longstanding reputation as the insect capital of the United States. A whopping 90% of Florida homeowners have admitted to experiencing an insect infestation of some sort.
At Apex, we understand the feeling of being overwhelmed or frustrated by a looming pest problem. Sometimes, something as simple as identifying the possible culprit of your pest problem can put your mind at ease. It can also help you inform your pest control technician of the possible intruder. Remember, if you’re hiring Apex for a pest invasion, then you’re our partner in discovering the problem. We want to make sure you have adequate information in order to help identify and understand your home invader.
We don’t expect you to be an expert; that’s what we’re here for! Apex believes that it’s important for you to know your insect enemy in order to prevent future unwanted inhabitants. Our pest library will help you easily identify your insect invaders. Study them, know their routines, and once identified, Apex will do the dirty work.
It’s important to obtain a hefty knowledge of your enemies’ behaviors and habits to ensure that they are permanently eradicated from your property. If you have no desire to identify or learn about your home invader, have no fear, Apex is here to identify and eliminate the problem.
At Apex, we strive to bring you professional service with a personal touch. This goal is made possible by our highly trained and motivated expert technicians. We want to help you understand and eradicate the problem with as little stress as possible.
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