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Termite Control

Termites are extremely well organized and can find a way inside your home, regardless of its construction. That’s why Command Pest Control in Pompano Beach, FL offers fumigation and other treatment methods.
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Lawn Spraying

Bugs can be good for your lawn and plants, but they can also be harmful. Our highly trained exterminators are knowledgeable about South Florida’s bugs and lawns, and are here to help you keep it healthy.
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Rodent & Pest Control

The National Pest Control Association says the most common household pests are cockroaches, mice, rats, termites, ants, fleas, ticks, spiders and silverfish. Each pest requires different tactics for extermination.

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Why You Need An Inspection

Structures vary from one to another, and termites love to hide. Sometimes the smallest construction difference can mean a huge difference in how we would treat your infestation. To be sure which termite treatment is needed for your home or business, an on-site inspection is absolutely necessary. Call Command Pest Control Pompano Beach. We also proudly serve Fort Lauderdale and all of South Florida. Schedule a free inspection today and get 5% OFF your first service!

Are they Ants or Termites?

Identifying the pests in your home is a key part of the extermination process. It’s vital to ensure that the treatments performed will eradicate the critters invading your home. One of the most common mistakes made by homeowners is confusing an ant for a termite, and vice-versa. Regardless of which it is, you should contact us in order to protect your home from these pests. Here are a few tips how to identify the differences between termites and ants:

Ants

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All ants have a constricted waist, elbowed antenna, and are made up of three body parts – the head, thorax, and abdomen.

Termites

Formosan Termites

Termites have no “constricted” waist, no “elbowed” antenna, and only two body parts – not three like ants do.

Termite Family

Subterranean Termites

Reproductives, Workers, and Soldiers are all part of the termite family and may look different to the untrained eye.

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