Pest Control Services

Services Provided:

  • German Roach Clean-out
  • Bed Bug treatment
  • Wasp Elimination
  • Termite Control
  • Fleas & Ticks
  • Ant Control
  • General Pest Management

Contact us at (407)360-1806 for a free quote.

Miller Protection Plan

The Miller Protection plan is a great way to ensure your home or business remains pest free. Our five point initial visit includes:

  1. Inspection: We inspect your home thoroughly to ensure that no pest problems or potential pest problems are left untreated.
  2. Identify: If the conditions are right for pests to move in, or if a pest problem already exists we identify the extent of the issue.
  3. Develop: Every client receives a custom protection plan to ensure that your infestation is not only resolved, but it won't return.
  4. Treat: Every pest and home is unique. We utilize a variety of certified safe treatments to protect your home or business.
  5. Monitor: We continue monitoring your home to keep you pest free permanently. 

German Cockroachs (Blattella germanica)

Typically about 1.1 to 1.6 cm long. Very successful at maintaining a presence in homes and resilient to many pest control efforts due to lack of predators, prolific and short reproductive cycle, ability to hide in small spaces, and have adapted immunity to several chemical pesticides

Termites (Isoptera)

Termites are among the most successful groups of insects on Earth. Colonies range in size from a few hundred to several million. They can cause serious damage to buildings, crops, or plantation forests due to their diet of wood, leaf litter, soil, and animal dung.

Bed Bugs (Cimex lectularius)

Parasitic insects that feed exclusively on human blood. Increased in prevalence due to pesticide resistance and international travel due to their ability infiltrate clothing and furniture. Effects from bed bugs bites include skin rashes, psychological effects, and allergic symptoms. 

Ants (Formicidae)

Form colonies from a few dozen to millions of individuals which have colonized almost every landmass on Earth. Thrive in most ecosystems due to their social organization and ability to modify habitats, tap resources and defend themselves. As pests they will raid food or damage indoor structures, damage crops, and may even sting or bite. 

Fleas (Siphonaptera)

Live by consuming the blood of their hosts with bodies that enable them to move through their host's fur or feathers with strong claws that prevent them from being dislodged. Fleas cause their hosts incredible discomfort through bites, which often appear in clusters or lines of two bites that remain inflamed and itchy for several weeks.

Ticks (Ixodida)

Live by feeding on the blood of mammals, birds, and sometimes reptiles, due to this they are vectors of at least twelve diseases that affect humans and other animals. Tend to feed off hosts from ten minutes to two hours with weight increasing by 200 to 600 times their starting pre-feeding stage. 

Wasps (Apocrita)

Breed by laying eggs on or in other insects. Tend to build nests in or near houses, such as roof spaces, and will attack when approached. Stings are painful and may even be life-threatening due to anaphylactic shock.