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Four Frightening Venomous Snakes in Florida

As the owner of a pest control company, I have had plenty of encounters with sneaky snakes, and I have received panicked calls from customers frantic to know whether or not a specific snake found in their landscape is dangerous, or “poisonous.” This is an understandable concern, but as owner and president of Coby’s Tentless […]

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Coby is the Tentless Termite Terminator

I have had the opportunity to provide my services to many home and business owners, primarily using tentless termite treatments. Two types of termites plague wooden structures here in Tampa Bay: subterranean and dry wood. Coby’s Tentless Termite and Pest Control have a variety of treatment solutions to exterminate these pests. Subterranean – These ground-dwellers […]

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Rats with Fleas Present Double the Trouble

Dogs and cats make terrific pets. Like a great many people, I love‘em! What I don’t love are the fleas that find Fido & Fluffy to be suitable hosts, and who, ultimately, find their way into our homes, driving us all crazy! What’s worse? If your residence is infested by rats with fleas, this presents […]

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‘Tis the Time of Year that the Rats are Movin’ in!

Rats! As owner and president of Coby’s Tentless Termite and Pest Control, I have seen my fair share of rats in Tampa Bay. These disease-ridden rodents are troublesome, especially when temperatures start cooling, and they seek the warmth of your home and your delicious edibles upon which to survive. Take a look around the foundation […]

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Two Types of Termites Infest Homes in Pinellas County, FL

As owner of Coby’s Tentless Termite and Pest Control, I have experienced two types of termite infestations in Pinellas County. These wood-destroying devils are detrimental to your home and adjacent structures, silently devouring wood and stucco, leaving subtle hints of their presence, while costing you dearly. Dry Wood Termites feast on dry wood. They can […]

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Creepy Spiders in Tampa, FL

Christmas and Halloween have to be the most fun and celebrated holidays for the McConnell family. At Halloween, we put up seasonal decorations and carve our jack-o-lantern, just like many of our neighbors and friends throughout the community. As the president and owner of Coby’s Tentless Termite and Pest Control, I always notice spider webs, […]

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Tentless Termite Treatments in Hillsborough

Our primary goal at Coby’s Tentless Termite and Pest Control is to create a safe, pest-free environment, protecting your family, as well as your most important investment: your home. TENTLESS TERMITE treatments in Hillsborough, Pinellas and Pasco Counties in Florida is our specialty, and we have 30 years of experience in the industry to prove it! Tenting […]

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Palmetto Bugs aka American Roaches in Pinellas County

A friend of Coby’s Tentless Termite and Pest Control, who moved to Pinellas County in 2007, told us she was warned about the cockroaches here prior to her relocation. Her friend in St Petersburg described them with adjectives like scary, flying, fast, and huge, as she simultaneously demonstrated their typical size using her thumb and […]

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How To Tell If You Have Mice Or Rats In Your Tampa Bay Home

Do you hear the pitter patter of little feet across your ceiling or in your walls? Do you see little, black pellets magically appearing on your kitchen counters? If so, you may have a problem with rats in Tampa Bay, or are they mice?  What are they, and how can you get rid of them!?! […]

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Learn How Bait Stations Show Termite Infestation!

Subterranean termites live underground where there is moisture, and they like to nest in wood that comes in contact with the ground. That’s how termite infestations in Pasco County homes and structures begin. Termite colonies are often populated by as many as 1,000,000 of these destructive pests, so it makes sense you do whatever you […]

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