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Pest control from Orkin can help you with not only the treatment of pests – but also help prevent unwanted pest presence later.
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Our more than 120 years of pest control experience began in 1901. In that time, we’ve become an industry leader in specialized protection against common pests including insects, termites, rodents, and more. Our experience ensures your peace of mind.
Our service combines the most advanced technology and methods available today. This means your customized plan is designed to get pests out of your home and keep them out year-round.
Even though wasps and hornets eat other insects and aid bees in pollination, they are dangerous creatures, and their dangers often outweigh their benefits. Not only are wasps and hornets venomous, but they can also sting you multiple times, and they are much more aggressive than their bee cousins. When a nest is threatened, hornets and wasps become extremely aggressive and swarm in large numbers to defend their homes. While their bite and sting are considered non-lethal to most people, the sheer number of stings have contributed to incidents involving shock and death
Termites harm houses by eating wood, while carpenter ants burrow into wood to create space for their colonies. Activity from either species in a home can result in costly damages. The best way to take care of termite or ant infestations is through regular inspection, exclusion and control procedures, and there is no better way to do that than with Orkin Pest Control.
Bed bugs are a public health pest. While bed bugs have not been shown to transmit disease, they do cause a variety of negative physical health, mental health and economic consequences. Some of these effects include allergic reactions to their bites, which can be severe; mental health effects such as insomnia and anxiety; and economic consequences such as lost wages and medical expenses
Rodents such as rats and mice are associated with a number of health risks. In fact, rats and mice are known to spread more than 35 diseases. These diseases can be spread to humans directly through handling of live or dead rodents, contact with rodent feces, urine, or saliva, as well as rodent bites. Some of these diseases include Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome (HPS), Lymphocytic Choriomeningitis (LCM), Bubonic Plague and Asthma or other allergy symptoms caused by rodent hair, dander or dropping
Cockroaches can pose a number of hazards to human health. Some of these hazards include cleanliness issues such as feces left behind, indirect transmission of diseases and bacteria harmful to people through the food and surfaces they touch, allergic reactions or asthma irritations caused by many parts of the cockroach including their saliva, feces and any part of their body that sheds, and bites
Flies and mosquitoes can pose a number of hazards to human health. For example, house flies can spread diseases such as food poisoning and dysentery Mosquitoes are known to carry and spread diseases such as malaria, dengue fever, yellow fever, chikungunya, and Zika virus
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