About Haskell Termite & Pest Control
Haskell Termite & Pest Control is the largest family owned and operated pest control company in the Tampa Bay area. Founded in 1992 by Brad Haskell, who had ten years of prior pest control experience, Haskell Termite & Pest Control has grown into the largest fumigation company on the west coast of Florida. Whether you’re looking for pest control, termite inspections, or pre-construction treatments, Haskell Termite & Pest Control can help!
Why Choose Haskell Termite & Pest Control?
Don’t trust your pest control services to just anyone. When you choose Haskell Termite & Pest Control, you get:
- Over 100 years of combined pest control experience working for you.
- Service technicians who have been working at Haskell Termite & Pest Control for over 20 years.
- CTE certified service.
- Free estimates.
- Competitive pricing.
- Exceptional customer service.
- Thorough and effective treatments.
- Guaranteed services.
- Same day and emergency service availability.
- Home pest control and commercial pest management services.
- General, specialized, and preventative pest control.
- Financing for services is available through FundMyContract.
- The Tampa Bay area’s leader in tent fumigations.
As a local, family-owned business, Haskell Termite & Pest Control also values community involvement. We sponsor local Little League teams and fields, as well as kids’ hockey teams. We are also members of the Tampa Board of Realtors.
The Quality Pest Control You Need; The Skilled Experience You Want
If you need pest control for your Tampa Bay area home or business, Haskell Termite & Pest Control is the company to contact. We offer free estimates on our services, and all of our work is guaranteed. Using our extensive experience, we have been solving pest problems since 1992 and are well-equipped to help you live a pest-free life. Request a service by contacting us today.
Efficient, effective and trustworthy. After using them, I paid the annual insurance in case the drywood termites came back. When they did come back, Haskell promptly re-tented the house - no arguing, no cost to me.