Orkin Alexandria, Louisiana

Alexandria Exterminator, Pest Control & Termite Inspector

Alexandria, LA  Branch #174

Residential

1106 Texas Ave
Alexandria, LA 71301

Phone: (877) 250-1652
Fax: (318) 445-3203

As an industry leader, Orkin requires all Orkin Men to complete rigorous training and continuous education on the latest industry technology and treatments available. This means your local Orkin Man is uniquely qualified to handle your pest control needs — whatever they may be.

Branch Manager

Sherrie Schocken

Branch Manager

Sherrie Schocken

Branch #174

1106 Texas Ave
Alexandria, LA 71301

Phone: (877) 250-1652
Fax: (318) 445-3203


Orkin serves the following communities near Alexandria :


Alexandria, Pineville, Deridder, Leesville, Fort Polk, Marksville, Pollock, Jonesville, Jena, Deville, Bunkie, Boyce, Ball, Cottonport, Colfax, Anacoco, Dry Prong, Glenmora, Mansura, Pitkin, Simmesport, Olla, Hessmer, Lecompte, Moreauville.

Alexandria Pest Pressure

The year-round warm weather and considerable humidity in Alexandria, LA, attract a number of pests, including mosquitoes and ticks. Mosquitoes congregate in standing water and are often found buzzing around residential lawns as they feed on the blood of humans. Blood is the primary source of food for ticks, as well. These pests wait in tall grass for hosts to walk by and then latch onto their victims. Both mosquitoes and ticks are capable of transmitting diseases, like West Nile virus and Lyme disease, respectively.

Mice and rats are also major pest problems in Alexandria. These pests find their way into buildings at the onset of cooler weather via cracks in foundations and holes in window and door screens. Once inside, the rodents nest in attics, basements, and wall voids. They contaminate food, destroy personal property, gnaw holes in the walls, and create unsanitary living conditions by leaving their droppings everywhere. Mice and rats also carry diseases, including tularemia, hantavirus, and rat-bite fever.


Customer Testimonials & Reviews

On February 1, the Orkin Man was servicing our home when my mother, a semi-invalid, was stricken by a heart attack. My husband and I were home, but I panicked. The Orkin Man prevented my mother from falling, and he laid her down and placed a pillow under her head. She had, apparently, stopped breathing, but he worked with her until she started, again. I’m a nurse’s aide, but I forgot everything I had been taught. The Orkin Man stayed with my mother until other family members arrived. If he had not acted, my mother would not have been alive when the ambulance got here. She died at the hospital, but that did not lessen the importance of his efforts.
Alexandria, Louisiana