Boynton Beach Pest Control

Pest Control Boynton Beach – By Native Pest Management

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Pest Control Boynton Beach

Providing pet-friendly pest control services in the city of Boynton Beach FL. We are owned and operated by third-generation West Palm Beach natives. With over 50 years combined experience, we can solve all of your pest control and exterminator needs. We provide guaranteed control of ants, roaches, spiders, rodents, fleas, ticks, mosquitoes, rats, mice, and whiteflies. We also provide lawn spraying and fertilization.

Ant Pest Control Boynton Beach

Ghost Ants Boynton Beach

In Boynton Beach, the most common pest we see in and around homes are ghost ants, often called sugar ants. Ghost ants are very tiny and hard to see. Sometimes they may even appear to look like small spiders if you have not seem them before. Often, they start in the kitchen and bathrooms since they are attracted to water. If you happen to have dark colored granite countertops in your home, it may be extremely difficult to spot ghost ants.

People often wonder where ghost ants come from since they often only are seen on countertops. Ghost ants and other ants often trail on baseboards and behind cabinets, making them difficult to locate without a professional inspection.

Spider Pest Control Boynton Beach

Spiders Boynton Beach

The second most common pest we see in Boynton Beach are spiders. Due to the many new communities in the area being built on top or and adjacent to farmland, there are an abundance of flying insects in the area. These flying insects, including mosquitoes, gnats, midges and no-see-ums, are attracted to the lights of your home at night. Since spiders prey on these insects, they can seem to take over the outside of your home with their webs. Spiders are so prevalent in the Boynton Beach area that we have developed spider web control methods specifically to eliminate this problem.

Wasp Pest Control Boynton Beach

Exterminator Boynton Beach

Due to the quantity of spiders in Boynton Beach, there also seem to be more paper wasps and mud daubers in the area than we have seen in other parts of Palm Beach County. If you see any small wasp nests under the eaves of your home, these are usually paper wasps. Unlike hornets, they generally only attack if they feel they are threatened. Their stings do have the potential though to produce a potentally fatal anaphylatic reaction in some individuals.

You will know if you have mud daubers if you have seen any small pieces of mud that appear to be stuck to the exterior walls or eaves of your home. These wasps feed on spiders and are also not normally aggressive.

Due to the frequent presence of paper wasp and mud dauber nests, we include removal of their nests in all of our Boynton Beach exterminator services.

Learn About Boynton Beach

Boynton Beach FL is a rapidly growing community located in Palm Beach County between Lake Worth and Delray Beach. With a population of approximately 70,000, many new subdivisions and communities are being built as baby boomers are retiring and moving South. Most new growth is occurring West of the Florida Turnpike along Lyons Road, with many 55 plus communities such as Valencia Cove and Valencia Bay driving growth.

Our Address

Native Pest Management
2365 Vista Parkway Unit 22
West Palm Beach, FL 33411
Phone: 561-328-8290 (Call or text today for a free quote!)
E-mail: Info@NativePestManagement.com

Serving the following cities

Atlantis, FL
Boca Raton, FL
Boynton Beach, FL
Delray Beach, FL
Greenacres, FL
Jupiter, FL
Jupiter Farms, FL
Juno Beach, FL

 

 

Lake Worth, FL
Loxahatchee, FL
Manalapan, FL
Palm Beach, FL
Palm Beach Gardens, FL
Tequesta, FL
Singer Island, FL
West Palm Beach

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ADDRESS

2365 Vista Parkway Unit 22
West Palm Beach, FL 33411
Phone: (561) 328-8290
Website: www.nativepestmanagement.com
Email: Info@NativePestManagement.com

SERVICE AREAS:

Native Pest provides pest control services from Jupiter to Boca Raton.

West Palm Beach, Wellington, Boynton Beach, Lake Worth, Delray Beach, Jupiter, Jupiter Farms, Palm Beach Gardens, Boca Raton, Loxahatchee, Manalapan, Tequesta, Atlantis, Juno Beach, Palm Beach Island, Singer Island