Sarasota County Pest Control
Proudly Serving Sarasota County
Sarasota is known as the “cultural coast” because of its many art galleries, museums, and art venues. Located about an hour north of Fort Myers, this area is surrounded by some of the country’s best beaches, The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, Mote Marine Laboratory, premium golf courses, and 5-star restaurants. For more than 30 years, Tri-S has been delivering residents and business owners superior service and continue to guarantee results with every customer while offering a fair and reasonable price you can afford.
I used Tri-S Pest Control when I lived in South Tampa and they were very personable, reliable and got the job done.
Don’t Wait, Call us Today!
Florida has a wide variety of pests, and Sarasota County is no exception. Humid weather, a variety of nature preserves and plenty of water create a prime location for Palmetto bugs, mosquitoes, termites, chinch bugs, and other creepy creatures.
Not controlling pests at the first sight of them is the most common mistake homeowners make. Don’t risk your families health, call us at Tri-S Pest Control today for a FREE estimate!
Pest & Lawn Services for New & Old Sarasota Neighborhoods
New housing communities are being built in Sarasota, and you definitely want to maintain your green lawn throughout the year. Tri-S has a fabulous Magic Turf System that hydrates your grass during droughts, but will make sure it’s free of chinch bugs and Tropical sod worms during the wet seasons.
Historic pockets of Sarasota are sprinkled throughout the county, and residents and business owners in these areas should be on the lookout for termite infestations, bed bugs, and other pests:
- Gillespie Park
- Laurel Park
- Bungalow Hill
- McClellan Park
Subterranean Termites are the most common in Florida and could be found in this areas so be on the lookout year-round.
Don’t wait, call us today for superior customer service, and the best pest control technicians in town. We want to be your go-to pest and lawn service company.