Providing Pest Control in Pompano Beach, FL and Beyond
Command Pest Control, Inc. was established in 1990 in New York City and we then began providing exceptional Pest Control, Rodent Control, Termite Control and Lawn Pest Control to our customers. The company was relocated in 1995 to Pompano Beach, Florida where we’ve continued our devotion to keeping your home protected. We are licensed by the State of Florida Department of Agriculture in all aspects of pest control including:
Bugs in your yard could be good for your lawn/plants, but they could also be harmful. Our highly trained technicians are knowledgeable with South Florida’s bugs and lawns and are here to help you keep it healthy.
Termites are extremely well organized and they can find a way inside your home, regardless of its construction. That’s why Command Pest Control offers many treatment methods for termite control and elimination.
At Command 100% total customer satisfaction is our goal. All of our Technicians and Inspectors are personally trained by the owner of Command Pest Control, Inc., David Galvagni, who is personally licensed by state of New York, New Jersey and Florida. The company is also certified to use Vikane gas and Termidor Termiticide, both of which require certification by the manufacturer. Command Pest Control, Inc. has eight trucks to better serve you; we are currently a member of Certified Pest Control Operators Association of Florida and an affiliate member of the Fort Lauderdale Board of Realtors. Remember, we are big enough to serve and small enough to care.
Is it ants or termites?
Identifying the pests in your home is a key part of the extermination process. It is vital to ensure the treatments performed will eradicate the critters invading your home. One of the most common mistakes made is confusing and ant for a termite and vice-versa. Here’s a few tips on how to identify what you’re dealing with. Regardless of which it is, you should contact us in order to rid you of the intruders and protect your home.
Ants have a constricted waist, elbowed antenna and are made up of 3 body parts. The head, thorax and abdomen are the three distinct body segments.
Termites have no “constricted” waist, no “elbowed” antenna and 2 body parts, not 3 as in ants.
Reproductives, Workers, & Soldiers are all part of the termite family and may look different to the untrained eye, A professional inspection is always the best way to go. Reproductives: fly out to start new colonies. Workers: are the ones that damage the wood. Soldiers: defend the other Termites against threats.
Structures vary from one to another. Sometimes the smallest construction difference can mean a huge difference on how we would treat your Termite problem.
To be more specific about your situation we would need to do an inspection. To be sure which treatment is needed for your situation an on-site inspection is absolutely necessary. Contact us for a free estimate.