We take the time to thoroughly inspect your property, talk with you honestly
about your treatment options—listening to your concerns, and offer
fast and effective service. We proudly go above and beyond for our customers, offering
free estimates over the phone to get your space back up and running in no time, at a price that fits
your budget. We even offer discounted rates on recurring services done
on a regular basis, so you can stay protected all year round without breaking the bank.
We are a 4th generation, family business that believes effective treatments are only
half the battle—quality customer service is integral to ensuring
you feel comfortable. Our team takes pride in sending the same technician
to your space whenever you need a pest treatment to build trust,
with the same technician sometimes serving the same home for 20-30 years. Our #1 priority is to always follow the Golden Rule, treating our customers
like we would want to be treated. From the moment you call our office
to the final, post-treatment handshake, Cross Pest Control of Tampa is
here to go the extra mile for our customers and protect your property
from pests 365 days a year.
Ready to take your property back from pests? Call our experienced pest
control experts at
(813) 733-8823 today!
modern history of the Tampa Bay area arguably begins in 1513 when Spanish explorer Ponce de Leon settled
in eastern Florida. However, the area wasn’t settled or developed
until 1845, soon after the territory became incorporated into the United
States. Then, in 1884, the railroad extension to the Hillsborough River
led to the construction of lavish hotels to attract visitors.
Tampa's port is currently the 7th largest in the nation. Other staple industries include phosphate mining,
shrimp fishing, and local cruise lines. The city population currently sits
just above 400k. Our location is technically in a census-designated neighborhood of Tampa
known as Thonotosassa. The Seminole-Creek root word of Thonotosassa is
ronoto, which means flint. Not surprisingly, the land has long been a source
of valuable flint reserves.