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October - What you need to know!
October Pests - Bufo Marinus Frogs? Poisonous?

The Giant Bufo Marinus Toad is the largest of the frogs and toads found in Florida. 

The giant toad is not native to the United States. Known scientifically as Bufo Marinus, the Cane Toad, Giant Toad, or Marine Toad is native to an area extending from Mexico and Central America to the Amazon Basin and was introduced to Florida in 1966 in an attempt to control the population of a type of beetle that was ravaging the sugar cane crops. The toads ignored the cane beetles, but began ravaging everything else in sight instead....  

Rattlesnake Hammock Estates - Cindy Sneed
Cindy Sneed, No More Snakes
Cindy and David Sneed have lived in Naples for 44 years, in their current home nestled in the woods for 20 years.    With nine acres of land plus adjacent homes and a guest house there are a lot of places for critters to inhabit.  But they are happy to say that they just don't have a pest problem because they use the services of Collier Pest Control.

"We originally found Phil Hadley when he worked at another company when we lived off of Rattlesnake Hammock Road.   When he started Collier Pest Control we went with him because we trust him," says Cindy.

Over the years they have seen different technicians from Collier Pest Control, but find that the customer service they receive is always the same.

Florida Carpenter Ant - Fed Up?
Carpenter Ant
Tired of seeing Carpenter Ants in your home? Sick of spraying those awful smelling insecticides? Trying to kill off what seems to be a never ending army of silent invaders?

NO PROBLEM! Collier Pest Control, Southwest Florida's Pest Authority, has a highly developed method of Carpenter Ant Control that can rid you of your nightly aggravations. As the population of Florida continues to grow and building development extends into previously undisturbed land, ant and insect sightings in homes are on the rise.

The Florida Carpenter Ant is a large ant, up to ½ inch long, with its head and thorax brown, and abdomen black. The reputation of this ant being a house wrecker is all fable. The Florida Carpenter Ant does not eat wood, as termites do. They will, however, excavate galleries in previously damaged wood from moisture, termites, or dry rot. The Florida Carpenter Ant feeds on honeydew produced from aphids, other insects, and household scraps.

The Florida Carpenter Ant nests in the ground beneath root systems, rotting logs, tree stumps, mulch beds, tree cavities or any moisture area. These ants foliage indoors for water, food, or to form a satellite colony. This satellite colony is a secondary colony to. .....
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Here's Some Really Cool Pests To Learn About
Stored Pantry & Food Product Test - Do It!
There are several different types of Food Product Pests in Southwest Florida. The most common are flour beetles, saw-toothed grain beetles, cigarette and drug store beetles, weevils, grain moths, Indian and Mediterranean flour moths,
and psocids.

Most of the Stored Food Product Pests in Florida can reproduce quickly all year. It is very unsettling to open a brand new package of something just to find it infested with insects. How did they get into that package? The answer is that they were in the package when the food product was processed at the factory. Then when the age, humidity, and temperature of the food product get just right the insects hatch out. From the infested food packages, the pests may spread to other exposed food.

These Food Product Pests are usually found living in dried fruit, spices, flour, bran, dried vegetables, dried flowers, grains, milled cereal products, dried dog and cat food, nuts, candy, pasta, grits, cake mixes, and other similar processed dried or grain products. . . .... .
The Florida Palmetto Bug - No Such Thing?
This Famous Florida Palmetto Bug is one of Florida's best legions. It hides in closets, under appliances, in dressers draws or under your bed just waiting to run out at you! This famous bug is known to attack by fling right for you! This monster of the dark is also known to breed in numbers to high to count!

The real facts are there is no such thing as a Palmetto Bug. The American cockroach is the first to be labeled a Palmetto Bug. The American Roach is the largest of the common roach species at about 1 ½ inches long, reddish brown in color, with fully developed wings. This large bug seldom flies but is capable of gliding long distances. Each female American Roach can develop an egg capsule of 15 eggs every week. . ....
Meet Our Staff - Amanda Seeley
I am a Midwesterner, born in Des Moines, Iowa but raised in Naples. I graduated from Naples High School in 2004 and earned an associates degree from Edison State College.

I have spent 11 years in the customer service area of the medical field as an office manager. I joined Collier Pest Control 2 years ago and now using that customer service experience as a receptionist for Collier.

I enjoy working for Collier Pest Control because it is a family owned business not a corporation. The owners are amazing and so are my fellow employees. I am been happily married to my high school sweet heart for over 9 years with 4 wonderful children.
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Collier Pest Control was awarded the Super Service Award again for 2014
Ann Kamenicky Testimonial for Collier Pest Control

Collier Pest Control, Southwest Florida's Pest Authority, wishes to thank all of the Angie List Members for giving Collier Pest Control positive reviews and reports on their network!  


After Angie's List received all of your positive reviews over each of the past years, Angie's List awarded Collier Pest Control with their Super Service Award for 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2014.  This means we received A rated reports....


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Occupational Discounts
Collier Pest Control, Southwest Florida's Pest Authority, wants to be supportive of our community and the people that make it work! Collier Pest Control thinks very highly of all people that offer their life to the betterment of our community with their life work. This is why we are a offer pest control OCCUPATIONAL DISCOUNTS to all public service people of our community. Read More - Click Here
Offer Expires 10/31/2015. Proof of service may be required before applying the discount. Excludes Rodent Proofing and Termite Services.
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