Mercer Pest Control, Inc.
     24 W. 4th Street
     Apopka, FL 32703

Phone (407) 880-6207
Fax   (407) 880-4558

Andy Mercer, Owner/C.P.O.


TopChoice Certified Pest Control







Prevention and

Pest Systems

for Fire Ant

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Pest  Control Services

Although we specialize in Tubular Pest Systems, we also offer traditional pest control services for both residential and commercial clients.   Our treatments will not only rid you of pests, but will prevent them from returning.
Below is a list of the most common types of pests that we are called to treat.

German Roach

They prefer to live in kitchens and bathrooms of homes and apartments, restaurants, supermarkets and hospitals. 
They are the most common roaches found in homes.  They eat food of all kinds and may hitchhike into the house on egg cartons, soft drink cartons, sacks of potatoes or onions, or used furniture. 
They can develop into large populations and live throughout the house, especially in the kitchen and bathroom. During the day, these roaches may be found hiding clustered behind baseboard molding, in cracks around cabinets, closets or pantries, and in and under stoves, refrigerators and dishwashers. 
Roaches can foul food, damage wallpaper and books, eat glue from furniture, and produce an unpleasant odor. Some homeowners are allergic to roaches. The pests can contaminate food with certain bacterial diseases that result in food poisoning, dysentery, or diarrhea.  German cockroaches do not like motion and usually avoid light, so if you are seeing them in the daytime while you are moving about the room, you probably have a larger population than you realize. These pests also prefer to hide within five feet or less of their food and water source.

Large Roaches (Palmetto bugs)

There are several species of large roaches (including American Cockroach, Brownbanded Cockroach, Smoky Brown Roach, Oriental Roach) that are most often found outdoors but invade your home and become a major pest. They breed in any type of mulch (pine straw, bark, leaves), dead trees, wood piles or other organic material. Their harborage can also include sewers, landscape timbers, basements, driveway walls and attics.

The house mouse is a small, slender rodent that has a slightly pointed nose.  They are generally grayish-brown with a gray or buff belly. Similar mice include the white-footed mice and jumping mice, and harvest mice.  Mice may breed year-round and a female may have 5 to 10 litters per year

Brown Recluse spider

The brown recluse is a brownish spider with a violin-shaped mark behind its eyes.  It is found in areas such as sheds, garages and dark closets. Garments left hanging for some time are favorite spots. Their bite causes a severe systemic reaction and an ulcerous sore which requires medical attention.

Widow spider

The Widow makes a strong, sticky irregular web.  Foundations, vents, shrubs and wood piles are their common habitats. Their highly poisonous venom can cause concern for small children and the elderly. Medical attention should be sought if bitten.

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