In historic Riverside, where meticulously preserved homes sit under a green veil of shade trees, the shocking announcement that the old Woman’s Club of Jacksonville building might be razed because of Formosan termites left nervous homeowners asking where the destructive termites would strike next.
George Richardson talks with Paige Kelton, reporter for Action News Jax, regarding the problem Jacksonville is having with Formosan Termites. They discuss the task force that was created to battle this invasive insects that are damaging century old trees in our Riverside area.
This Award reflects company’s consistently high level of customer service Peninsular Pest Control has earned the service industry’s coveted Angie’s List
Summertime means MOSQUITOES... and tonight, there's a health alert related to the pesky bugs. Officials say there are two confirmed cases of the West Nile Virus in Duval County.
Canadian researchers find link between bedbugs and the drug-resistant bacteria.
Please help the Critter Gitter Team collect for this project...the Peninsular Pest Control office is a collection site. They have a Facebook page – search for “Operation Plush Over the Pacific” and ‘like’ them...their story: I’ve been thinking a lot about the earthquake and tsunami in Japan. I know a lot of people are helping out already, but I’ve been trying to think of something I could do to help. I think I have a really good idea, and I hope you will help me.
The Vice President of Peninsular Pest Control Service Inc., Terry Shepherd, tells Action News it can be a serious problem, "The reason it's gotten the name 'Super Termite', is because the colony is generally eight to ten times larger than our native Subterranean Termites."
Action News piece on termites beginning to swarm in Northeast Florida, featuring their local expert, Peninsular!
Local Medical Center Battles Bed Bugs. Find out how these bed bugs got there. Plus, Channel 4's Jim Piggott has a few tips so bed bugs don't creep into your bed. Peninsular Pest Control shares ways for prevention.
Inspired by the quirky Chick-fil-A three-dimensional billboards, Peninsular's billboard is creating buzz and helping the company with its rebranding efforts.
Peninsular Pest Control Service, 2609 Phyllis St. in Riverside, now has a paper recycling bin from the Paper Retriever program. The public can recycle newspapers, magazines, catalogs, mail, etc., there. All revenue earned from the recycled paper benefits HabiJax. For more information, call 940-3546.
You wouldn’t think a company with a commanding market share would choose to re-brand itself, particularly in the midst of a prolonged recession. But that’s exactly what Peninsular Pest Control Service Inc. did.
Before he'd stay in a New York hotel, Mike Brand searched the place with a flashlight for bed bugs. "I tore that room apart. It looked like a tornado hit," said Brand of the Westside, laughing. "My family thought I was out of my mind." But Brand knows his bugs.
Peninsular Pest Control, celebrating its 55th anniversary, is collecting unused cell phones and having them re-programmed to be able to dial 911 for women and children at Hubbard House, Jacksonville's domestic violence shelter.