About Us

Mike Smith joined the pest control industry straight out of high school in 1973. He and his wife, Johnnie, started Smith Bros. Pest Control in 1987.  Mike is licensed in all four categories of pest control, General Household and Rodent, Lawn and Ornamental, Termite and Fumigation. Their son Michael joined the company in 2002. They are a locally owned and operated full-service pest control company in St. Augustine. They do not subcontract any of their work.

Smith Bros. Pest Control is licensed, bonded and insured for your protection. We offer free estimates and inspections and all of our work is fully guaranteed. We are here to assist with general household pest control services, lawn services, tree and shrubbery treatments, termite control, whole-house fumigation and vault fumigation for furniture.

Smith Bros. Pest Control has been protecting homes from pests for decades and we look forward to protecting yours. Call us today for a free estimate.

Pest Control – Call 904-829-3297
Fumigation – Call 904-824-9140


  1. Cockroaches carry numerous disease organisms, including bacteria, viruses and fungi which they can pick up in drains, sewers, etc. and transfer to human food and utensils.
  2. Ants can spread disease organisms. One species, the Pharaoh ant, which invades homes, restaurants and hospitals can carry more than 20 types of bacteria, including several responsible for gastrointestinal and urinary infections.
  3. A colony of Subterranean Termites containing 300,000 workers can eat wood equivalent to 20 linear feet of two-by-four in one year.
  4. Fleas on pets can cause dermatitis, tapeworm infections, anemia and personality changes. Fleas are responsible for about 40 percent of all small animal veterinary effort.
  5. Yellow jackets and some other social wasps can cause food contamination when they scavenge on human food.
  6. Ticks spread more diseases to human than mites or any other creature, including Tularemia. Colorado tick fever, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, relapsing fever and notorious Lyme disease.
  7. House mice contaminate food with their urine, hairs and droppings, and spread disease organisms, especially those causing food poisoning. Outdoor species are involved in spreading other diseases, including plaque and Lyme disease.
  8. Invading pests with chewing mouth parts, such as crickets and and many beetles, can cause severe damage to valuable documents and clothing.
  9. Many pantry pests can spread from food stuffs and attack other items. For instance, the drugstore beetle, lesser grain borer and cigarette beetle eat the binding of books, and spider beetles often eat clothing and other textiles.
  10. In the U.S.A the most poisonous spiders are the brown recluse and black widow spiders. These are mostly shy, but will bite if provoked and can cause severe injury or even death.

Licensed, Bonded and Insured
Serving St. John’s County and surrounding areas