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Given its location and proximity to the Gulf of Mexico, Largo, FL, enjoys warm weather all year round, with the rainy season occurring through the end of spring and the hot summer months. While the beautiful weather makes for fun beach days and summertime activities, it also creates the ideal conditions for termites.
Though termites remain active every season, they’re particularly fond of warm, wet weather. Drawing their moisture from ground sources wherever they find them, termites tend to appear in swarms at the end of spring, and Largo’s summer rain draws them out further. Homes with wood in the foundation, water leaks, or condensation accumulation face a higher risk of termite infestations.
A full inspection of your home and property is an important step in the pest control process. It provides us with the information we need to effectively treat your home.
Our initial treatment of your house includes an interior and exterior treatment to eliminate active pests and to create a barrier of protection to stop new pests from getting inside.
Regular follow-up visits keep pests from returning to your house. We’ll re-treat the exterior of your house on a regular basis so it can stay pest-free all year long.
Located on the Pinellas Peninsula on the west coast of Florida, Largo borders Old Tampa Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. Its proximity to the Gulf makes for warmer winters than the rest of the Florida mainland, with average temperatures rising above 70 degrees Fahrenheit in November and December. This warm, pleasant weather lends itself to a dominant sports culture around the Bay that draws locals and tourists alike. Many professional golfers and football players call Largo home, as does the first American woman to win an Olympic gold medal competing in Taekwondo, Anastasija Zolotic. Check out the city’s official website to learn more about Largo and all the incredible things to see and do near Tampa Bay.