Jacksonville Beaches Pest Control
Royal Pest Services offers an array of services for JAX Beach residents and business owners as well as surrounding North Florida areas to meet your pest control needs.
Important Areas of Jacksonville Beaches:
- Jacksonville Beach
- Ponte Vedra Beach
- Atlantic Beach
- Neptune Beach
Pest Services available:
- Pest, Bug and Insect Control:
Royal Pest Services offers Pest Control for Ants, Cockroaches, Termites, Spiders, Chinch Bugs, Mole Crickets, Sod Webworms and more. We offer a complete service that helps to both prevent and eliminate bugs and pests. From homes and apartments to offices and factories we have the knowledge, tools and experience to get the job done quickly and efficiently. Learn more about various type of insects in our Learning Center.
- Termite Protection Program:
You may have heard there are two types of homes in Florida, those that have termite damage and those that will have termite damage. Termites are very common in Florida and can be extremely costly if they are not controlled. Royal Pest Services offers a termite protection program to ensure your home, condo or building is protected against termites including Subterranean Termites and Drywood Termites.
- Lawn Care:
Many people desire green healthy grass for their lawns. Unfortunately many times sod webworms, mole crickets and other bugs cause a lot of lawns in Florida to look brown and spotty. Royal Pest Service offers a lawn care program to ensure lawns are free of damaging insects and bugs and are well nourished to achieve beautiful, healthy green grass.
- Ornamental Trees and Shrubs:
Each visit we will evaluate your landscape and then tailor our treatment to the ever changing needs of your ornamental trees and shrubs. Our tree and shrub services include spring fertilization, insect control, disease control, fall fertilization and specialty services.
If you live in Jacksonville Beaches or surrounding North Florida areas contact us at 904-886-2847 for a quote for services.
Important Areas of Jacksonville Beach
Mayport is farthest north, of the Jacksonville beach communities. The rustic, historic village of Mayport has been known for fishing and shrimping for years, and is now home to casino boats as well as many seafood restaurants where the day’s fresh catch goes to the Menu. Many from the Jacksonville area visit Mayport to enjoy some freshly-caught seafood, including the local specialty, Mayport shrimp.
Another attraction of Mayport is Kathryn Abbey Hanna Park, providing what many consider to be Jacksonville’s favorite biking and hiking trails. The park also offers camping and spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean and surrounding wilderness.
South of Mayport are the communities of Atlantic Beach and Neptune Beach with more beautiful ocean beaches to enjoy.
Jacksonville Beach is a city on the Atlantic coast of Duval County with over 4 miles of peaceful, sandy beaches which delight tens of thousands of visitors annually. Located east of Jacksonville, Florida and one of the collectively called the Beaches communities, together with Mayport, Atlantic Beach, Neptune Beach, and Ponte Vedra Beach, Jacksonville Beach has a number of interesting attractions for visitors.
The Beaches Museum & History Park includes a restored 19th century house which was once the home of the station master of the terminal for the Florida East Coast Railroad – terminal at Pablo Beach. The Florida East Coast Railroad owes its roots to Henry M. Flagler, a name synonymous with growth and development for the State of Florida. The Park is also now the home of a railroad depot which was moved from nearby Mayport, a 28-ton steam locomotive built in 1911 by H.A. Porter and Company, and a newly restored Beaches Museum Chapel. The Museum itself offers a selection of informative historic exhibits and educational archives.
Players-By-The-Sea Theatre is a popular, first-class community theater with entertaining productions which range from from drama to comedy and musicals.
Jacksonville Beach Golf Club has had a number of updates and improvements since its construction in 1960, including being re-designed in 1987 by Robert Walker, and having a complete greens renovation in 2009. To enhance the challenge and beauty of the course, two surface acres of lakes and numerous bulkheads have been added. In all, the Jacksonville Beach Golf Club presents a challenging and fun test of golf that’s only 12 blocks from the Atlantic Ocean.
Not to be missed, the Jacksonville Beach Fishing Pier offers visitors close up views of the Atlantic Ocean and anglers access to deep-water species of fish from the Pier which is nearly a quarter of a mile long. Pier services include a Concession and Bait Shop, restrooms, and the Pier is wheel-chair accessible.
JAX Beach Zip Codes: 32227, 32228, 32233, 32240, 32250, and 32266