WE'VE GOT YOU COVERED:
Our trained technicians will protect your home and family against pests2
Technicians are available to service your home quickly
We have more than 90 years of experience treating pests and termites
100% satisfaction or your money back
PESTS ARE NO MATCH FOR OUR 100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEE.1
One of our friendly technicians will treat the inside and outside of your home.
2:FULL YEAR OF SERVICE
We'll come out to treat your home with regularly scheduled treatments to reinforce your exterior barrier throughout the year.
3:AFTER FIRST YEAR
Your exterior treatments will continue for as long as you keep your plan.
I have always liked my technicians. Reliable and want to do whatever they can to be of service.
Sue, Plymouth Meeting, PA
Our service is always scheduled in advance, the service is done on time, a report is always given on what the associate has seen and done. Very professional, very courteous.
Jeanne, Laguna Hills, CA
Very impressed… Punctual. Considerate. Knowledgeable. Thorough.
Curtis, Brady, TX
I enjoy the hassle-free service Terminix provides. Appointments are easy to schedule, and it is never a problem getting someone out for another treatment when needed.
Debbie, San Antonio, TX
WE’LL PUT FLEA PROBLEMS BEHIND YOU.
With trained technicians and more than 90 years of experience treating termites and pests, we’ll make sure you’re protected from pests.
ON A TERMINIX®
PEST CONTROL PLAN4
Size: Tiny insects measuring about one-sixth inch in length and are laterally flattened.
Behavior: One female flea can lay about 18 eggs a day and just 20 fleas on a dog can produce 360 eggs per day and over 2,000 eggs in a week. After the home is treated with flea control products, it may take up to two weeks or more before fleas are no longer seen. Vacuuming as often as possible after the flea extermination can help shorten this time period.
Fleas are ectoparasites of animals, meaning they live on the outside of the body and need to feed on the blood of these animals in order to produce eggs. Because fleas usually feed and lay their eggs while the pet is sleeping, the pet's resting areas are where the most fleas will be found. Many pets acquire fleas outside in the yard, which can lead to a flea infestation inside the home. Research has demonstrated that urban wildlife, such as raccoons and opossums, are commonly responsible for introducing these biting pests onto residential properties where the pets can encounter them.
Controlling a flea infestation successfully requires four steps:
Preparation for treatment
Treatment of pets
Treatment of the inside premises
Treatment of flea activity sites outside
Obviously, the pet is critical to minimizing flea infestations, and regular grooming helps to limit fleas on the pet. For this reason, customers need to keep the pet groomed and treated with on-animal flea control products. Consult your veterinarian for assistance in treating your pets for fleas and ticks.
Step One. Any flea extermination will be less effective if the home is not prepared properly by completing the following steps:
Remove all items, such as toys, clothes and pet food from all floors
Wash or replace pet bedding.
Vacuum all carpets and rugs thoroughly, including beneath beds and upholstered furniture.
Clean all wood, tile and linoleum floors by sweeping and mopping.
Clean concrete floors with soap and water in the garage, basement or enclosed patio where pets rest or stay.
Remove all pets including birds and reptiles. Cover fish tanks with a damp towel and turn off the air pump. (Note: saltwater tanks cannot have pumps disconnected.)
Replace any pet bedding outdoors and make all shaded areas, crawl spaces, etc. available for treatment.
Arrange to be out of the home for several hours until the treatment has thoroughly dried.
Step Two. The homeowner needs to arrange for treating the pet, and this should be done at the same time that the home is treated. A number of on-animal treatment products are now available. Treatment of pets should be done under the direction of a veterinarian.
Step Three. In homes with an active flea infestation, a residual treatment combined with an insect growth regulator should be applied. The professionals at Terminix® flea extermination service know how to get rid of fleas by using the latest flea control products. Efforts should be focused on the areas where pets rest or sleep, as these are the sites where the most fleas will be located.
Step Four. Outside, treatment is typically applied to shaded areas and beneath shrubs and decks where pets rest or sleep.
1If within 30 days after an inspection or treatment you aren't totally satisfied, we will refund the treatment or coverage charges, reimburse any prepaid services and cancel your plan.Subject to additional limitations and restrictions. See Terminix Pest Control Plan for details.
2Standard Covered Pests include cockroaches, mice, rats, silverfish, "house" ants (excluding carpenter ants, fire ants, pharaoh ants & tawny crazy ants), clothes moths, non-poisonous spiders, scorpions, centipedes, millipedes, earwigs, house crickets and paper wasps. Coverage for additional pests available for an additional charge. Pest Control Plan does not include coverage for termites, wood-boring beetles, bed bugs(cimex lectularlus), mosquitoes, or any pests not specified as Standard Covered Pests.
3The following premium pests are not included in the standard plan, but can be treated for an additional charge: fleas, ticks, carpenter ants, fire ants, pharaoh ants, tawny crazy ants, black widow spiders, brown recluse spiders, and bees (yellow jackets, hornets, wasps). The following pests are not covered with this service: (termites(subterranean, drywood, dampwood), wood-boring beetles, bed bugs (cimex lectularius), mosquitoes and other pests not specified as a Standard Covered Pest.
4Offer valid only at participating locations. Single-family dwelling units only. Requires purchase of an annual residential pest control agreement. Offer may not be combined with any other offers or discounts. Additional limitations apply. Not valid for existing pest control consumers.