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Shell Pest Solutions 
1437 South Nova Rd.  
Daytona Beach, FL 32114
(386) 756-8888

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Termite Control

“Termites and Ants with Wings!! Oh My!!”


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Termites are known as the invisible enemy that can eat your house down. Each year termite damage in Florida reaches one billion dollars worth of damage.

When it comes to protecting your most valuable possession, your home, from termites we guarantee a safe, effective and professional job every time. Through years of education, training, technology, and years of experience, we are able to provide your home with the best termite protection possible.

A Shell Pest Solutions consultant will work with you to select the treatment and

annual coverage that is just right for you.


Frequently asked questions...    

Q: I’ve seen winged insects in my home.  Do I have termites?

A: There are millions of winged insects out there. We offer a no-cost inspection of your home to identify any potential  problematic pest. Please do not hesitate to contact us.

 Q: My house doesn't have termites- why should I have it treated?

A: Termites do billions of dollars of damage to properties each year. Your house is a major investment. Treating your home as a preventative measure can save you from the costly repair of termite damage and give you peace of mind that your home is protected.

Q: What is the difference between a flying ant and a termite swarmer?

A: The body of an ant will have a thin waist where the waist of a termite swarmer is thicker.  Ants also have a small bend in their antennae and a termite’s antennae are straight and beady.  An ant has two sets of wings, 1 smaller than the other.  A termite’s 2 sets of wings are of equal length.