Pinellas County Pest Control

Pinellas County Florida Tri-S Pest Control Experts

Tri-S Pest Control brings you simply superior service in Pinellas County as one of the most honest and trustworthy exterminators in the Sunshine State. We have provided more than 30 years of pest and termite control services and professional lawn care to Seminole, St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Largo, Palm Harbor, Oldsmar, Tarpon Springs, and Pinellas Park and the surrounding area.

As the most densely-populated county in the state of Florida, Pinellas does not have many places for unwanted rodents and insects to live beside the homes and businesses that have filled this beautiful peninsula community. With several older communities and historic structures, Pinellas residents will need a proactive pest control plan to ensure you are not sharing your home and workspace with unwanted creatures.

Here at Tri-S, we take pride in our reputation for being the most efficient, knowledgeable, and reliable pest control firm in Pinellas. Our goal is for Pinellas County homeowners and Bay area businesses to enjoy a pest-free environment.


I first started working with Tri-S Pest Control several years ago and have always found them to be a remarkable vendor. Owning many properties in the Tampa Bay area, I have found their ‘bug technicians’ to be well informed, professional, reliable, and display a positive work attitude despite the nature of their work. I look forward to using them for years to come.


Mosquito-less in your Pinellas County Areas Including the Beaches!

Mosquitoes are the most common and concentrated pests in the Pinellas County area. The wetland environment in Florida, along with poor drainage and perpetually saturated soil creates the perfect breeding ground for these bugs. Nothing ruins a lovely Florida sunset than being swarmed by biting mosquitoes. Luckily, Tri-S has a mosquito reduction program that reduces the population of these annoying bugs. Perimeter Treatments and Larvicide are proven methods used by Tri-S when exterminating the most common species of mosquitoes.

Step Into Spring…Not Ant Piles

Spring season in Florida is mating time for many species of ants, so this is typically when you may see the majority of these pests during the year. Tri-S can take care of all your ant problems in the Pinellas County areas including all along the beaches including St. Pete Beach, Treasure Island, Indian Rocks, and more!

Some of the most common ants found in Pinellas:

Carpenter Ants

Tri-S receives numerous phone calls from homeowners in Pinellas needing assistance with these pests. Carpenter ants eat sugar and living or dead insects, so make sure to keep your citrus fruits such as oranges away in the fridge perhaps instead of on your countertops.

Flying Ants

These pests are seen mainly during mid to late spring and summer, because of the prime weather conditions of humidity, low winds, and warm temperatures that are ideal for flying ants to enjoy. Owners of older homes in St. Pete, Dunedin, Gulfport, and Tarpon Springs are more likely to see flying ants, which make their nests in decaying wood that is found in historic and older areas of central Florida.

Sugar Ants

These bugs are common household pests throughout Florida, and homeowners in Seminole, St. Petersburg, and Clearwater are no strangers to these nuisances. Our proven Five Star Pest Control Service will easily exterminate any existing colonies and prevent their pesky return.

Is your historic home being eaten away?

Older homes are more susceptible to termite infestations. Termites can cause substantial damage to older structures, and too often owners do not discover the presence of termites until significant damage has been done. If you live in one of these Pinellas County areas, your home could be in danger of drywood, dampwood, and subterranean Termites

  • Downtown St. Pete
  • South St. Pete
  • Tarpon Springs – older neighborhoods
  • Downtown Clearwater
  • Dunedin areas

These Pinellas County areas have older and historic buildings where rotting wood and other types of decay attract more termites than others. Be aware, and know that if you see something, call Tri-S Pest Control today!