Orkin Grand Junction, Colorado

Grand Junction Exterminator, Pest Control & Termite Inspector

Orkin Branch Near You

Grand Junction, CO  Branch #892

Residential

715 4th Ave
Grand Junction, CO 81501

Phone: (877) 250-1652
Fax: (970) 242-5226

Whether you’re using Orkin for the first time or as a recurring customer, you’ll receive the same great customized protection for your pest control needs. All of our local branches understand the needs specific to their area and offer the same great Orkin Guarantee — if pests return between scheduled visits, your Orkin Man will return at no extra charge.

Branch Manager

Loras Ploehn

Services Offered

Top Pests in Grand Junction, CO

Based on service calls in your area.

  1. Occasional Invaders
  2. Ant
  3. Termite
  4. Roaches
  5. Spider
  6. Beetles
  7. Box Elder Bugs
  8. Ant - Carpenter
  9. Mosquito
  10. Rodent

Branch Manager

Loras Ploehn

Branch #892

715 4th Ave
Grand Junction, CO 81501

Phone: (877) 250-1652
Fax: (970) 242-5226


Orkin serves the following communities near Grand Junction :


Carbondale, Fruita, Rifle, Roosevelt, Clifton, Delta, Grand Junction, Moab, New Castle, Basalt, Parachute, Silt, Aspen, Palisade, Olathe, Cedaredge, Blanding, Meeker, Hotchkiss, Duchesne, Paonia, Ridgway, Rangely, Glenwood Springs, Monticello.

Grand Junction Pest Pressure

The Indian meal moth is a common pest that infests food products in Grand Junction, CO, homes. Almost any coarse grains, cereals, pet food, dried fruits, and spices can attract this pest. While some products may already be contaminated at the time of purchase, Indian meal moths may also come indoors during warmer months. Carpet beetles are another local stored food pest. While the insects do eat fabric as their name suggests, the move away from animal fiber rugs to modern, synthetic materials has forced these pests into kitchens, where they eat and contaminate pantry goods.

A termite’s diet consists of wood, making them the enemy of anyone who owns a home in Grand Junction. These pests are an increasing problem in Colorado, particularly in urban areas. Detection most commonly occurs when winged adults are seen emerging from homes in spring and fall. Another sign of infestation is mud tubes that extend from the soil over foundations. Other swarming pests, such as fungus gnats, may enter homes as well. Often found near indoor plants, these insects are a nuisance in large numbers. Since females lay 200 eggs at a time, populations can multiply rapidly.