Orkin San Francisco, California

San Francisco Exterminator, Pest Control & Termite Inspector

Orkin Branch Near You

South San Francisco, CA  Branch #605


377 Oyster Point Blvd
South San Francisco, CA 94080

Phone: (877) 250-1652
Fax: (650) 246-3683

Your neighborhood Orkin Man offers an advanced pest protection plan, backed by science, for your home using the Orkin A.I.M. Solution. It consists of three steps — Assess: complete a comprehensive inspection; Implement: develop a customized solution; Monitor: provide ongoing protection and communication.

Branch Manager

Faizal Hussin

Services Offered

Branch Manager

Faizal Hussin

Branch #605

377 Oyster Point Blvd
South San Francisco, CA 94080

Phone: (877) 250-1652
Fax: (650) 246-3683

Orkin serves the following communities near San Francisco :

Atherton, Belmont, La Honda, Loma Mar, Los Gatos, Montara, Pacifica, Palo Alto, Portola Valley, San Gregorio, Santa Clara, South San Francisco

San Francisco Pest Pressure

Spider Pests
Comfortable living both indoors and outside, many spider species thrive across the western U.S. With mild temperatures and plenty of buildings to shelter spiders, San Francisco, CA, is no exception. The following species live throughout the city:

Black Widow Spiders
Small crevices and debris around San Francisco houses attract these pests. Shiny, jet-black females have a distinct red hourglass mark on the underside of their abdomens. Although bites are rare, black widow spider venom causes serious symptoms or even death for someone who is highly allergic to the spider’s venom.

Brown Widow Spiders
Brown widow spiders hide in the same places as black widows, their close relatives. In addition to clutter and woodpiles, these pests also live beneath patio furniture or on fences. A bite from a brown widow spider is painful but not as dangerous as a black widow bite.

Structural Pests
Biting pests are not the only issue facing San Francisco residents. Several structural pests cause costly damage to local homes each year, including:

Drywood Termites
These insects dine on wood, causing damage deep inside structures. Signs of drywood termite infestations include mating swarms in spring and fall as well as discarded wings or wood dust under infested areas. The pests typically nest in dry logs outdoors but are a common issue in San Francisco homes since they will infest the inside wooden portions of a home.

Subterranean Termites
Subterranean termites live in colonies deep within the soil. Since they need moisture to survive, the pests use mud tubes to safely travel to food sources and back to the soil. California homeowners who find mud tubes or winged swarmers likely have a subterranean termite problem. Wood that blisters or turns darker in color is also a sign of termites in the house.

Customer Testimonials & Reviews

I had a very serious problem with one of the tenants at a property I manage, which could have resulted in a lawsuit and costly eviction. Orkin responded quickly to my dilemma. Four other companies refused to help, but the Orkin Man came out to write the needed pest control inspection report. I would like to thank him for his attention in an unpleasant situation.

San Francisco, California
It was necessary for us to have work done on our slab foundation home because of subterranean termites. The Orkin Man was very courteous, efficient, and cooperative in seeing that the work was scheduled at an early date, per our request. It was necessary for us to leave on a trip, so the work had to be accomplished by a certain date making scheduling very important. We were very grateful for cooperation in all respects of the job. It was scheduled for Friday and Saturday. Once aware of the necessity for our leaving, he put forth special effort to complete the job in one day. This necessitated very long hours and steady, continuous hard work, which was done quietly, efficiently, pleasantly, and with a minimum of disorder. Any questions raised were answered completely and clearly. Upon completion, all excess dust, etc. was removed. This extra cooperation on the Orkin Man’s part was much appreciated. We felt it warranted this be brought to your attention. In these times, this type of workmanship is a rare commodity which deserves recognition.

Redwood City, California