Pest Control

Pest Control Services Miami

Termite Dr. offers high performance insect control, versatility of application uses and an excellent Enviromental profile making it the progressive way to control ants, cockroaches and other key nuisance insect pests. Whether insect pest invasions require interior or exterior treatments, residential or commercial usage,or even crack and crevice applications in the food handling establishments.

Termite Dr. Pest Control Services Offer…

    • Excellent control of a wide variety of nuisance insect species, including some key pests of public health importance.

    • We can offer both interior and exterior applications.

    • Proven efficacy on a wide range of common household and commercial surfaces.

    • Termite Dr. provides insect control in exterior environments that compliments monthly, bi-monthly or quarterly service.

    • We can control target pests in as few as 24 hours – yet allows time for nori zonal exchange among non-exposed members of insect pests for more comprehensive control.

    • Termite Dr. formulates specifically to meet your needs, to create a low-odor, non-staining safe chemical for you and your family.


Ticks are closely related to spiders and hide in tall grass and shrubbery. There are a recorded 200 different species of ticks in the United States and found mainly in the Eastern Coast. Ticks are volatile insects that have a life span of up to 2 years and can live up to 200 days without nourishment. 

Tick species are often found in warm and humid locations. Ticks flourish in humid areas because moisture is a crucial aspect in their metamorphosis. Ticks receive all their nutrients through a blood. Ticks bite a hole on the host’s skin and insert their hypostome (parasitic mouth) in order to feed and keep the blood from clotting. Ticks are known to attach themselves to human skin in areas such as thighs, groin, underarms, and behind your ears. Ticks can cause several rashes and also contract Lyme disease.

Lyme disease is a bacterial infection caused by the deer tick. If left untreated, Lyme disease can cause numerous amounts of health problems. Early symptoms of Lyme disease are easily overlooked and include a rash known as erythema migrans.  This rash often occurs near the tick bite and appears between 3 days to a month after the initial tick bite. The rash commonly lasts about 3 to 5 weeks and usually is not itchy. Early detection and treatment of Lyme disease usually results in a full cure with the use of antibiotics. In some cases, Lyme disease can become a reoccurring condition.

Dogs and cats can get ticks from tick infested environments such as backyards, parks, gardens, inside of homes as well as other infested pets. Generally, if infested, your pet will show symptoms like scratching, chewing on paws, biting on legs, hair loss, and red flaky skin. In other cases, you might actually see the ticks attached to your pet. Pets can develop illnesses and diseases such as Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, Ehrlichiosis, Lyme Disease, Hot Spots, Tick Paralysis, and Skin Infections.