It is imperative to keep termites away from your most expensive investment – your home. To help, Palmetto Exterminators offers termite protection and an annual inspection. According to the National Pest Management Association, termites cause approximately $5 billion in property damage annually and more than 52% of Americans have never had their home inspected. Unfortunately, […]
Formosan Termite swarm season is quickly approaching in the Lowcountry.
Pest control is a never-ending battle. Spiders, carpenter ants, fire ants, roaches, rats, mice, silverfish, wasps, millipedes, centipedes, earwigs, pillbugs and sowbugs can reappear in your home after a single treatment.
The days are longer. The nights are warmer. And the pests are bolder! Preparing your backyard now before pest season will help keep the buzzing at bay.
To the untrained eye the differences between ants and termites are small. However, the impact to your home is quite a big deal.
Termite swarmers are a natural occurrence that takes place annually. Learn how to properly identify termite swarmers and possible termite activity in and around your home.
We are proud to announce that our Greenville Branch Office Manager, Timothy Joner, has been named the J. Sud Paget Volunteer of the Year for contributing his time and efforts helping the Chamber and the Greer community grow an
On January 27th, the National Pest Management Association put out an industry wide alert to pest control organizations like us. Our offices have also been fielding some questions related to this new threat. While we are experts in the control of mosquitoes, we are not experts on the diseases they might carry. With that in mind, we have decided to post the NPMA’s alert, in full, to help better inform our customers without sensationalizing it.
Use these 5 fall pest prevention tips to help keep unwanted pest out of your home.
In 1960, Mr. Pierce started a small pest control business in the quaint South Carolina town of Walterboro. 55 Years later and a change in ownership, Palmetto Exterminators has grown to the 52nd largest pest management firm in the nation. How did we get to where we are and where do we go next?