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Geroge the Bug Guy


Bugs hate us.
You'll Love us!

Your home is your comfort zone. You spend time with friends and family there, so the last thing you want is unwanted guests.




Termite baiting and monitoring service involves the strategic placement of bait stations in the soil around the structure and inside the structure where the presence of termites have been identified.

Conventional termite service involves the injection of a liquid termite product into the soil that creates a protective barrier around your property.



In our rodent control program, the essential first step is to identify their exact shelter locations and lay out a strategy to eliminate or control their access to food, water and shelter provisions.

After this first step, family and pet safe methods of trapping and baiting along with our monitoring service will ensure we get rid of the rodent population.



We will check typical pest entry areas like pipes, windows, doors, attics, garages, crawlspaces and any cracks and crevices.

Next we will move outdoors to inspect the rest of your property.

Finally we will check for moisture in and around your home. A moist area is more likely to attract and harbor pests then one that is dry.


Roaches & more

Ants, roaches or any other pest infestation requires specific tools, products and control strategies. There is no "one size fits all" and we have a specific service for every kind of pest problem that you might encounter.

Whether it’s your home or your business, our regular service programs are tailored around your specific needs and the severity of the problem 

Termite Control

Professional assessment & maintenance are key

Termites serve an important function in nature by converting dead trees into organic matter.

Unfortunately, the wood in buildings is just as appetizing to termites and they cause serious damage to both residential and commercial buildings.

When it comes to gaining access to your home, termites are amazingly proficient. The last thing you want to do is make their job easier. Small holes in wood, crumbling drywall, sagging doors or floors, insect wings, and small mud tubes are some of the more obvious potential signs of termites. But even if you don’t notice any of these signs, that doesn’t necessarily mean termites, or the conditions that invite them, aren’t there.

Regular inspections are the only way to ensure your home truly is, and remains, free from termites and the damage that they cause. We are qualified pest professionals with the training in termite biology and behavior to identify, prevent, and treat termite problems.

We will perform a thorough inspection of your home to determine if, where, and how termites are getting in. We can also explain how to correct any conditions in your home that invite termites.


Our commitment to quality is what makes the difference
Here is what some of our customers have to say that. 

Elizabeth M.

Hurricane Pest Control has helped control my pest issues. I’m glad we set a plan to control all pests on my property. I look forward to referring them.

Elizabeth M. 
Coral Springs
Tracey K.

George is by far the most thorough pest control technician I’ve ever hired. He also offers organic products which keeps my family & I safe. Thank you Hurricane Pest Control. Customer for life.

Tracey K. 
Tammy H.

I am so happy I called George to inspect our attic. He was able to treat for existing termites. We are now termite free!
I will refer him to everyone I know. Great job Hurricane Pest Control. 

Tammy H.
George Doddridge

About Us

At Hurricane Pest Control, we treat a wide range of pests including termites, roaches, mosquitos, rats/mice, spiders, fleas, ants, bedbugs and other pests

George Doddridge, lifelong resident of South Florida

He is the proud father of 3 amazing children. Kathryn is currently a sophomore in college, Christopher is a high school senior & Brooke just completed Kindergarten.

Since 1997, George has taken his commitment of serving his clients to a new level with a service that is unparalleled in the pest control industry. The concept of problem solving in the pest control industry was to always “spray away a problem.” In 1973, in the early years of the formation of the EPA, Americans were made aware of the importance of the safe handling of chemicals.

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Call 954.547.2675 for a free inspection 

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