Termite Service Jacksonville

Termite colonies can range in size from 500,000 to 5,000,000. Termites feed on the cellulose or wood materials that your home is made of. The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services reported in a February 2006 press release that termites cost consumers in Florida more than $700,000,000 annually in cost due to termite damage, repair and control. Don’t leave your most important investment unprotected. Let us protect your home with Termidor® the world’s most effective and quickest termiticide to completely eliminate termites in and around your home. For termite service in Jacksonville, contact Safari Termite & Pest Control for a free estimate.


Are termites eating your house? It these nasty pests have invaded your home, Safari Termite & Pest Control offers excellent termite service for Jacksonville property owners. The days of applying hazardous chemicals for termite treatments are long gone. Our advanced chemistry has been proven to control termite colonies up to six times faster (within three months) than termite baiting systems. Protect your residential or commercial property by scheduling a pest and termite inspection. Call 904-726-9330 to speak to someone who can help you resolve your pest control problems. Safari Termite & Pest Control specializes in termite service for immediate and preventative treatments.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you need to come inside my home to treat for termites?
The overwhelming majority of treatments will be performed from the exterior of the home, however there are certain termite infestations that must be treated on the interior.

Can I transfer my termite warranty to a new home owner if I sell my house?
As per your termite service contract, Safari Termite & Pest Control, Inc., will at its sole discretion transfer your warranty to the new homeowner.

If I have termites, how long after treatment until they are dead?
Termidor's® advanced chemistry has been proven to control termite colonies within three months, up to six times faster than baiting systems.