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5 Signs Your Palm Trees Need Nutrients

Are your palm trees lacking nutrients? WE CAN HELP! Contact us at Life Cycle Pest Control for a free inspection and estimate. You can earn referral rewards by recommending us to your family and friends or posting a positive online review. Thank you! Sincerely, Ira & the Life Cycle TeamLife Cycle Pest Control(954) 385-2888info@lifecyclepest.com www.lifecyclepest.com  READ MORE

Refer a Friend

Refer a neighbor, friend or family member. If we sign up a new customer for a continuing service that you referred to us, you will be entitled to receive one free visit! Contact us for further details. Thank you for your referrals. Sincerely, Ira, Jamie, Lincoln, Ryan, Peter, Orlando & JonLife Cycle Pest Controlwww.lifecyclepest.com(954) 385-2888(888) READ MORE

Bugs in the Pantry?

What should you do if you find bugs in your pantry? Stored-product pantry pests are usually brought into the home in an infested package of food. Initially, infestations are easy to overlook because the insects are quite small, especially in the egg and larval stages. Often the first indication of the infestation is the appearance of READ MORE

Happy Thanksgiving!

The Life Cycle team would like to wish you and your family a happy, healthy and safe Thanksgiving. Our office will be closed Thursday & Friday, November 26th &  27th but if you have an emergency “BUG” issue feel free to leave us a message or send an email. We will make every effort to READ MORE

Spring is Coming

Very few things are predictable in South Florida, but one thing that’s inevitable is the heat and rain. Spring is almost here so that means the heat and rain are on their way. Below are a few tips to make sure we are not inviting unwanted pests this spring.  TRIMMED TREES AND SHRUBBERY:  Heat and READ MORE

Happy Holidays

As we enter our 29th year, we would like to express our appreciation to you, our valued customer, for your confidence in our services. We wish you a wonderful holiday season and look forward to growing our business relationship in the years to come. Thank you for choosing Life Cycle as your pest control company. We READ MORE

Plaster Bag Worms

These worms feed on your wool and silk. The plaster bagworm is a small larva that creates a case from silk and debris, like soil, lint and paint fragments to help camouflage the case. This protects it from predators as it matures inside. Plaster bagworms are also known by the name household casebearer.  Plaster bagworms READ MORE