DON’T LET PESTS TAKE OVER YOUR HOME
Ants. Centipedes. Cockroaches. Earwigs. Millipedes. Rodents. Silverfish. Stinging Pests … and more.
Out of sight doesn’t always mean out of mind. Household pests like ants, cockroaches, and rodents can be much more than a nuisance – they can become a threat to your property and potentially your health. Pest control from Orkin provides peace of mind in helping protect your home now and in the future.
With Orkin, Pests Don’t Stand a Chance
No matter the season, it’s important to keep pests out of your home all year long. And keeping them out isn’t a one-time event. That’s why our pest control specialists deliver customized protection backed by science to rid your home of pests year-round.
Lucky for You, We Know Our Pests.
With award-winning training and advanced technology, your Orkin specialist will look for conditions that invite pests, tackle current infestations, and stop their life cycle to prevent future invaders. Your Orkin specialist will know the classification and behavior of all home pests to target their solution against common pests like termites, bed bugs, cockroaches, mosquitoes, rodents, and more.
What to Expect From Orkin
For over 100 years, we have taken pest control seriously, and have millions of satisfied customers to prove it. We use the latest science and technology to test new and innovative products so we can protect your home with an effective plan suited to your specific needs.
Each home is unique
When you have a pest problem or want to protect your home from future invaders, we apply our science-based approach to help identify the root of your problem and implement a solution made expressly for your home. During each visit, you can count on a highly-trained Orkin specialist to investigate, protect, fortify, keep watch, report, and follow up to maintain our Points of Service standard.
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We know about pests and you can too. Visit our Pest Library for information on the habits and habitats of some of the most common pests, plus easy ways to control them.