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Pest Control for Homes


Our experts are ready to customize a professional approach that will meet all your residential
pest control 1 or commercial pest control needs 2 . With eco-friendly options 3 from a local family
that cares about their community, the Central Coast Termite & Pest Control team is ready to
address any issues you may be having with termites, rodents, bed bugs, fleas, ants, brown
widow spiders, earwigs, spiders along with any other insects.

Termite Control

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Whether it be an inspection or a problem, our professionals quickly find issues and choose a termite control plan that is right for you. Treatment methods include baits, traps, and chemical sprays; all of which have chemicals that are designed to keep you and your family safe. Our exterminators are experts in termite infestations and trained to properly remove them, potentially saving you hundreds of dollars in structural repair. If you need an inspection or have a problem with termites, give us a call today!

Termite Control FAQ

How do I know if I have termite damage?


Most victims of termite infestations do not know until they can visibly see deformities in certain parts of their home or building. In most cases, there is damage to the walls, ceilings, insulation, drywall in the form of scarring, jeopardizing the building’s structural integrity.

Where do termites live?


There are three main types of termites: subterranean, dampwood, or drywood, each living in different places. Subterranean termites live in mud tubes under the ground. Dampwood termites in moist, wet wood (such as a fallen log), and drywood in decayed or non-decayed wood, meaning that they are especially attracted to attics, wood framing, doors, and furniture.

How do termites get into my home?


Subterranean termites navigate through mud tubes, small tunnels that are used to get from one place to another to find their next wooden meal. Drywood termites involve swarmers, finding new food sources as they look to make a new colony. This is especially apparent in non-screened attics or vents, cracked window frames, and infested wood or furniture taken from the outside and brought inside. Dampwood termites are not as common as they require lots of moisture. However, they can still be present through water leaks or bringing in damp wood or mulch.

Rodent Control

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Mice, rats, and other rodents can be hazardous to your health through their droppings and catching these pests is frustrating or potentially harmful. Our professional exterminators use the best methods that determine what type of rodent you have. From there, our experts lure them away from hard to reach places and utilize traps and poisons that remove them for good. Save your family the headache and let us take care of your rodent problem!

Rodent Control FAQ

How do I know if I have a rodent infestation?


Other than spotting a mice or rat in your home, there are plenty of other signs that can tell you that a rodent infestation may be building:

  • Excreted rodent droppings - ¼ or ⅛ inch with pointed end or ends
  • Gnawed holes in stored foods, piled papers, insulation, etc.
  • Food scraps or wrappings left behind
  • Nesting material such as shredded paper, fabric, or dried plant matter
  • How do rodents get in my house?


    Mice and rodents can find their way into your home through holes and gaps as small as ¼ inch. Mice can also jump 13 inches high and run along wires, cables, and ropes.

    Bed Bug Removal

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    At Central Coast Termite & Pest Control, our solution to remove bed bugs is simple: we eliminate bed bugs so your family can have peace of mind. Our experts’ experience in eliminating bed bugs contains a professional, sensitive, and careful approach. Whether your family includes pregnancy concerns, pets, children, or individuals with pesticide allergies, we are prepared to create a custom-made plan to work with you and your family’s safety.

    Bed Bug Removal FAQ

    What are bed bugs?


    Bed Bugs are small, oval, brownish insects that live on the blood of animals or humans. As a survival instinct, bed bugs are elusive. They prefer to hide in mattress crevices, box springs, baseboards, in picture frames, behind electrical switchplates, and even behind wallpaper. At nightime, we exhale carbon dioxide, which often tempts them to come out of their hiding spots.

    How do I know if I have bed bugs?


    You may have a bed bug infestation if you identify some of these signs:

  • Blood stains on your sheets or pillow cases
  • Small bites on your arms or legs, resulting in red, swollen, and itchy skin
  • A musty odor from the bugs’ scent glands
  • How do I get rid of bed bugs?


    Bed bug infestations need to be treated quickly! Bed bugs can hide where you would least expect.Oftentimes, DIY treatments will not eradicate bed bugs completely. We recommend hiring a professional to get rid of bed bugs with a plan for long-term protection.

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