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The city of Pinellas Park has grown from its humble beginnings in the early 1900’s to become the 4th largest city in Pinellas County; which is the most densely populated county in Florida. Situated in the middle of the Tampa Bay metropolitan area, this urban giant is aptly considered “The Heart of Pinellas” and is home to some of the country’s most well-known equestrian venues that host year-round events. Pinellas Park offers the amenities of a big city with countless fine eateries, shopping venues galore, several large industries, and plenty of gated communities. However, even here among our clean city streets pests such as mice, rats, mosquitoes, cockroaches, and much more have found a place to live and thrive; which is why many of your friends and neighbors have chosen reliable year-round pest protection services from McCall Service. McCall Service has been protecting Florida homes and businesses from pests since 1928, earning a reputation for effective pest solutions and superior customer service. To learn more about our industry-leading solutions for Pinellas Park homes and businesses, contact us today.
Throughout our pristine neighborhoods and within the gates of our communities, pests including rodents, cockroaches, and mosquitoes can pose a serious threat to the health of our families; and other pests, such as termites, can cause significant structural damage to our homes. Keeping your Pinellas Park home safe from the year-round threat of harmful and damaging pests requires a year-round solution. At McCall Service, we offer reliable, effective year-round pest protection plans to meet all of your pest and lawn care needs. Whether you are interested in general pest protection, lawn care, or you are looking for specific service for termites or mosquitoes, McCall Service has the affordable protection that you can rely on. In fact, with our ‘Bundle and Save’ program, you can save money by bundling two of our services, and you can save even more by bundling three!
To learn more about the services we can provide for your Pinellas Park home, contact us today.
Living in Pinellas Park means that you are living in an area that is prone to termite infestation; and although drywood termites cause costly damage throughout our community, it is the subterranean termite that poses the most significant risk. Subterranean termites live in large communities deep underground and access the recesses of your home through mud tubes that they create along your foundation. Without an effective termite monitoring and control system in place, termites are free to secretly eat the support structures inside your walls and under your floors 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Typically, the presence of a termite infestation is not discovered until damages are so severe that they are noticeable – and costly – which is why a reliable termite monitoring system is so crucial for Pinellas Park property owners.
The termite experts here at McCall Service are authorized operators of the Sentricon® System with Always Active™; which is a minimally invasive, eco-friendly termite treatment system. Sentricon® with Always Active™ requires no drilling or trenching but utilizes discreet bait stations, that are placed around your property, that contain a tiny amount of bait that will disrupt the termite’s ability to eat and breed. Once ingested, the termites bring the bait back to the colony to share, thus eliminating the entire colony, including the queen. Once the existing colony is eliminated, Sentricon® with Always Active™ will remain in place monitored by our experts to ensure that future foraging termites do not choose your property to live. Our experts can also apply a liquid termite treatment if needed. Give us a call today to discuss which termite treatment options are right for your Pinellas Park property.
Bed bugs are a complicated pest. Not only do they have the ability to travel from place to place undetected, but they will also hide in the most secluded, hard-to-reach areas inside your home. Contrary to popular belief, these bugs do not merely invade your bed; but rather, they can spend the day hiding in furniture, carpets, clothing, behind electrical outlets, inside stereo equipment, or even behind picture frames on your wall. Getting rid of these pests takes a lot more than a spray can from the hardware store! If you suspect that bed bugs have invaded your Pinellas Park home or business, give us a call. The experts here at McCall Service utilize bed bug heat treatments that are highly effective in eliminating bed bugs in all stages of development, making bed bug eradication fast, discreet, and complete. McCall Service, when it comes to pests, we really do, do it all.
For the past 89 years, McCall Service has been busy earning a reputation for effective pest control solutions and superior customer service interactions. Our highly trained experts utilize integrated pest management practices which help to control insects through behavior modification and also limits the amount of materials required to control pests. McCall professionals also have access to effective products, innovative technologies, and established protocols that have been proven effective in eliminating local pest pressures; and we back our services with the McCall guarantee. Still not convinced that McCall is the right choice for your Pinellas Park home? Just ask any one of the thousands of your satisfied friends and neighbors in Pinellas Park, the rest of Florida, and Georgia that have chosen the trusted team here at McCall what they think!
January 10, 2019
Cockroaches may all seem alike, but there are multiple species that could be troubling you. Check out our guide to identify which one is the problem. Learn More
December 27, 2018
Argentine ants have taken over the South, showcasing their strength as massive, tight-knit colonies and making infestations an even bigger issue than usual. Learn More
December 13, 2018
Rodents need to chew almost as much as they need food to survive. Learn about their need to gnaw, as well as measures to prevent them around your home. Learn More