By Michelle Caceres

Death and taxes aren’t the only certainties in life if you live in Florida. Bugs can be added to that list; cockroaches, ants, silverfish, spiders, termites, fleas and mosquitoes are nuisance pests that can overrun your home if proper termination methods are not observed.

Liberty Pest Management Services owner, Todd Oifer, says bugs do not have to be bothersome. “Because Florida is a subtropical zone, people are always going to have pest control issues,” said Oifer. “You either try to do it yourself or hire a professional.”

His company has been eradicating bed bugs, birds/bats, vegetation, rodents, wild animals and termites and wood destroying insects from homes for 10 years. Oifer started in the company in 2003 with his brother in New Jersey, moving to Florida in 2007 to expand the business. Franchise opportunities became available in 2010, making Liberty Pest Management Services a name known in many states in the U.S.

Liberty Pest Management Services serves commercial, residential and industrial customers in the greater Tampa Bay area and offers weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, quarterly and one-time corrective services.

“We created Liberty Pest Management Services with our customers’ concerns in mind,” said Oifer. “Our goal is to be ranked the number one pest management company in the world, not by how big we are or how much we earn but by all of our satisfied customers and the value we offer for their money.”

Customer Sean McGrory, regional manager for a number of apartment complexes in the area, has been contracting with Liberty Pest for a few years and says its weekly service has been exceptional.

“They are always on-time and our residents find the technicians courteous and pleasant,” said McGrory. “We are satisfied with their pricing, service and quality.”

Death cannot be escaped. Taxes can be evaded but under penalty of persecution. Pest control can be handled swiftly and effectively by Liberty Pest Management Services.

For more information about Liberty Pest Management Services visit or call 802-9935.


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Michelle Caceres
MIchelle Caceres has been writing for the Osprey Observer for seventeen years. She enjoys writing human interest pieces about inspiring members of the community who are working to better our community. She lives in FishHawk Ranch with her husband and recently became an empty-nester. When not writing, Michelle is serving her church community, reading and enjoying Florida's weather.