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Why is Pest Bear the best choice for pest control in Florida? We offer comprehensive, year-round protection for both the inside and outside of your home, targeting termites, pests, bugs, and rodents. Our objective is not only to get rid of pests, but prevent them from coming back. Your home is in good hands with our non-invasive elimination methods, continual monitoring, follow-up visits, and low-cost solutions. Call us 24/7 at 1-800-737-8232 for smarter pest control today!

Pest Library

  • Bed Bugs

    Most Americans are concerned about bed bugs and believe that infestations in the United States are increasing. Read More

  • Ants

    Believed to be native to India, but now found throughout the world. Read More

  • Bees

    A native of Europe and Asia, the honeybee was introduced to the United States for honey production and pollination of crops. Read More

  • Rodents

    The house mouse is a nibbler, consuming small quantities of food at many feedings. Read More

  • Termites

    Termites are a homeowner’s nightmare, and several varieties are commonly found in Florida. Read More

  • Spiders

    The black widow spiders are the most dangerous spiders with respect to human health in the U.S. Read More

  • Testimonials

    I have had PestBear for 5 months, and all of the issues I was seeing with bugs have gone away. The company has been nice and informative. I’m going to get them to do my lawn service in the spring. Good work!

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