Orkin Bel Air, Maryland

Bel Air Exterminator, Pest Control & Termite Inspector

Orkin Branch Near You

Abingdon, MD  Branch #540

Residential

1301 Continental Dr Ste 108
Abingdon, MD 21009

Phone: (877) 250-1652
Fax: (410) 838-4862

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

James Torrance

Services Offered

Top Pests in Bel Air, MD

Based on service calls in your area.

  1. Occasional Invaders
  2. Rodent
  3. Termite
  4. Stinger
  5. Bed Bug
  6. Ant
  7. Roaches
  8. Spider
  9. Mosquito
  10. Ant - Carpenter

Branch Manager

James Torrance

Branch #540

1301 Continental Dr Ste 108
Abingdon, MD 21009

Phone: (877) 250-1652
Fax: (410) 838-4862


Orkin serves the following communities near Bel Air :


Parkville, Owings Mills, Dundalk, Essex, Middle River, Nottingham, Sykesville, Bel Air, Westminster, Reisterstown, Pikesville, Abingdon, Rosedale, Randallstown, Cockeysville, Edgewood, Aberdeen, Forest Hill, Havre De Grace, Joppa, Hampstead, Perry Hall, Fallston, Manchester, Rising Sun.

Bel Air Pest Pressure

Situated between the Appalachian Mountains and Atlantic coast, Bel Air, MD, has cold fall and winter seasons that drive pests into homes. Both brown marmorated stink bugs and multicolored Asian lady beetles use pheromones to draw other members of their species to ideal shelters for overwintering. This can result in large groups of the pests infesting attics, basements, and living areas. Stink bugs emit foul odors when disturbed, while Asian lady beetles create yellow-orange stains when smashed.

Bel Air residents may also encounter infestations of fabric pests. Carpet beetle and clothes moth larvae feed on dried animal products such as wool, felt, and fur. Since they are widely distributed, seek out undisturbed locations, and are relatively small, they can be tough to detect and control. Though distinguishing between the damage caused by these two pests can be challenging, carpet beetles tend to destroy one large area, while clothes moth feeding patterns are more scattered .