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Controlling those summer fleas

Controlling those summer fleas

Fleas are small (1/16 inch), dark, reddish-brown, wingless, blood-sucking insects. Their bodies are laterally compressed (flattened side to side), permitting easy movement through the hairs on the host’s body. Their legs are long and well adapted for jumping. The flea...
Everything You Need to Know About Fleas in Florida

Everything You Need to Know About Fleas in Florida

When it comes to eliminating fleas from your pet and from your home, there are some key things to consider. First, it is very important to be familiar with and understand the life cycle of the flea when you are trying to eradicate their presence completely. There are...

Why Sentricon® is Your Best Choice for Subterranean Termite Protection

Did you know that termite damage in the U.S. costs homeowners over five billion dollars in property damage every year? Termites can invade without any visible signs and all homes are vulnerable, whether CBS, wood or concrete.  And did you know that residential termite...
1988 Was a Very Memorable Year

1988 Was a Very Memorable Year

It’s hard to believe it has been over 30 years, but some very memorable things happened in 1988, including the start of Patrick Exterminating. Rick Patrick opened his family-owned business that year with a vision to become the area’s most trusted pest control company....

Thank you for giving!

Patrick Exterminating would like to thank everyone who generously donated toys and time to make it an amazing Christmas for our local foster kids. We are proud to support the Treasure Coast Foster Closet (TCFC) and all the families who have generously opened their...
The importance of family at Patrick Exterminating

The importance of family at Patrick Exterminating

As a family-owned business serving families for over 30 years, we began thinking about the role of family in our personal and professional lives – not just “family” in the traditional sense, but also the relationships we have built with our valued customers and the...

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