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A-Key Exterminators, Inc., Established in 1982 (License #2708) is a father and son (Tony and Christopher) family business specializing in residential pest control and termite control. Tony and Chris have over 40 years combined experience and are licensed in lawn and ornamental, fumigation, termites, and general pest control. We service the Tampa Bay, Florida area, including Tarpon Springs, Hudson, New Port Richey, Palm Harbor, Dunedin, Clearwater, Oldsmar, and St. Petersburg.

A-Key Exterminators offer control of roaches, ants, carpenter ants, silver fish, spiders, fleas and ticks, cereal bugs, etc. on a monthly, bimonthly, quarterly, semi annual and annual pest control schedule to meet your pest control needs and scheduling needs.
We offer annual fire ant control on your lawn to eliminate the threat of fire ants for up to a full year with one broadcast application. Most importantly, termite control using Termidor, the #1 proven treatment in the world with up to 10 years protection. 100% control of termites in three months or less guaranteed. If you don’t ask for Termidor, you’re asking for trouble. Also available is Exterra Termite Interception and Baiting System, more bait and less termite disturbance.
Our treatments are odorless, safe and effective, EPA approved and fully guaranteed. Call us for a free estimate.

You may also find A-Key Exterminators in Angie's List of Clearwater Florida under Pest Control.

Please call our office at 727-938-3432 or my Cell phone at 727-420-1441.

Learn All About Pests


Found a bug and don't know what it is?  Try this website.  It has professionally written, easy-to-read articles on everything from common pests to pest management techniques to internet myths help homeowners answer pest management questions and better understand pest control issues. Photos accompany each article to further assist consumers in identifying their pest management problems. Articles are organized by name of pest, as well as by categories that include Insects and Spiders Around Our Homes, Pests in the Landscape and Garden, Birds, Rodents and Other Vertebrates, and Pest Control Materials and Methods. New and interesting articles, such as the real story on internet myths like Red Butt Spiders and Camel Spiders and an article called “The Roadkill Cafe” that will appeal to CSl fanatics, are added constantly to make sure the site stays fresh and up-to-date.


Dig out the truth about Termites at the web’s most comprehensive resource for learning about America’s $5 billion termite problem. If you’re concerned about termites in your home, or want to learn how to prevent termite damage, you’re in the right place.

The Termite Institute features an interactive termite map detailing current termite risk throughout the country, tips for selecting a pest professional, information on popular termite treatments, and answers to the most frequently asked termite-related questions. If you can’t find the answer you’re looking for here, simply email our expert entomologists! Just click the section you’d like to get started.


Ants are incredibly social insects. But that doesn’t mean you need to include them on the invitation list for your next cocktail party. At the Ant Institute™, you can learn about America’s number one nuisance pest in an easy, friendly and informative atmosphere. Browse the resources available to you here – from identification of ants to their control and prevention – before meeting with a pest professional or attempting to tackle an ant infestation on your own.

Africanized Bees in Florida

Did you know that Florida is now officially listed as having Africanized bees established in the state? Image Bees with Africanized genetics have been identified from specimens turned in all the way from Miami up the state to Live Oak, and across the panhandle to Pensacola. Most Africanized bees have been identified close to ports, and the majority of Africanized bees have been found established in the Tampa Bay area of Florida.  Now that Africanized bees are established, the pest control industry will be expected to play an important role in handling bee complaints.  Is your pest control professional trained to handle grumpy and aggressive bees? Keep in mind that Africanized honey bees look just like regular European honey bees. The differences cannot be seen just by looking at them. Without proper precautions, pest control personnel and bystanders are at risk of attack and injury from the agitated Africanized bees .  A-Key Pest Control has the expertise and training to safely remove this threat from you home or business.

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