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Seashore Pest Control, Inc.
LIC # PR-4942

Done Right the First Time…. Everytime

At Seashore Pest Control, we are proud to be family owned and operated, with over 35 years of combined experience in termite control. Our service record is unblemished, and our customers will attest to our commitment to keep it that way. We treat your home like our home, with conventional methods that effectively eliminate termite pests. Family and wallet-friendly treatments are always our goals.

 Our service-oriented company employs local extermination professionals who take pride in the quality of their service. As Orange County exterminators, we specialize in the coastal areas; however, we service all of Los Angeles and Orange Counties; for example, we’re often the first call for those seeking a Newport Beach exterminator. We’re also available to serve San Bernardino County.

Termites and wood destroying pests and organisms. As a team, we work together to meet our customer’s special termite control needs. We offer free inspections to homeowners and maintain a service fleet that is available six days per week.

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Fumigation Services
When you think in terms of total elimination, think in terms of Seashore’s fumigation services. Fumigation is the ultimate in pest elimination services. We can provide you with the most cost-effective way to achieve a pest free environment.

Fumigation:
When you think in terms of total elimination, think in terms of Seashore’s fumigation services. Fumigation is the ultimate in pest elimination services. We can provide you with the most cost-effective way to achieve a pest free environment.

Foam:
Seashore Pest Control’s, unique Foam treatment offers an effective, convenient, and long-lasting treatment without the hazards of conventional pesticides. By mixing a long-term water soluble borate solution into an exceptional foam solution, we can then Foam wall voids, attics, crawl spaces, and inaccessible areas, using a high-pressure injection system

Orange Treatment:
ProCitra-DL, part of Whitmire Micro-Gen’s line of eco-friendly pest management products, is a botanical-based insecticide ideal for Crack & Crevice® and spot treatment in both food and nonfood handling areas. It controls a wide variety of pests including ants, cockroaches, fleas and spiders and may be used in sensitive accounts such as schools, nursing homes, food processing plants, hospitals, and government buildings.

Timbor Treatment:
Tim-bor® is an EPA registered termiticide, fungicide, and insecticide made by U.S. Borax. Tim-bor is a unique product for the protection and remedial treatment of wood against all wood destroying organisms. Tim-bor can also be used for general pest control.

Local Injection:
Wood injection or “drill-and-treat” applications have been used since the 1920s to treat drywood termite infestations, which are accessible and detectable. An insecticide is injected into small holes drilled through any wood surface into termite galleries delivering the treatment directly to the pest population.

Structural Repairs:
Seashore Pest Control Inc. will arrange all structural repairs from pest damage after your home or business has been treated. Contact us for these additional services.


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Termite Facts
Termites are often called the silent destroyer because they may be secretly hiding and thriving in your basement or attic without any immediate signs of damage.
While each termite species thrives in different climates and eats different types of food, all termites require four things to survive – food, moisture, shelter and optimal temperature. Unfortunately, all homes, regardless of their construction type, can provide these ideal conditions for termite infestation.

Did You Know?

* There are approximately 45 species of termites in the U.S. There are more than 2,300 species worldwide.
* Termites are social insects that live in colonies with caste systems, which means termites are organized into different social classes based on their roles and responsibilities.
* The termite caste system has three levels: reproductives, workers, and soldiers.
* Worker and soldier termites are blind. Only termites that have become fully mature, reproductive termites develop eyes.
* Since termites live in dark places and many of them are blind, termites communicate through pheromones (chemical signals) and vibrations caused by head-banging.
* Termites build the largest nests of any insect.
* Termites cannot “eat” wood. Termites require the help of single-cell organisms in their guts to digest cellulose (wood).
* Ants are termites main predator. Ants can attack termite colonies or termite workers looking for food.
* In the U.S., subterranean termites cause more damage than drywood and dampwood termites. Formosan termites, a species of subterranean termite, are responsible for the greatest amount of damage in the U.S.
* In recorded history, termites have never developed resistance to any type of pesticide. Termites’ survival is due in part to the queen’s “royal taster system,” in which the colony’s workers taste and process all food before it is fed to the queen.
* In Australia and Africa, very large and architecturally impressive termite mounds have become tourist attractions.
* Termites have lived on Earth for approximately 250 million years.
* While a serious threat to wooden structures, termites are also beneficial. Their ability to digest cellulose helps these insects recycle the nutrient base of the planet.
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Don’t let the termites win!
Seashore Pest Control can even repair the damage they cause, and restore your home to its former self!!!!
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Monday
8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday
8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday - Saturday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday
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