Orkin Washington, D.C.

Washington, D.C. Exterminator, Pest Control & Termite Inspector

Orkin Branch Near You

District Heights, MD  Branch #312

Residential

2790 Kaverton Rd
District Heights, MD 20747

Phone: (877) 250-1652
Fax: (301) 420-2685

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

Joseph Laraia

Top Pests in Dc

Based on service calls in your area.

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

Branch Manager

Joseph Laraia

Branch #312

2790 Kaverton Rd
District Heights, MD 20747

Phone: (877) 250-1652
Fax: (301) 420-2685


Orkin serves the following communities near Washington DC :


Burke, Lanham, Clinton, Bowie, Beltsville, Crofton, Mechanicsville, Lexington Park, Edgewater, La Plata, Lusby, Huntingtown, Brandywine, Leonardtown, California, Gambrills, Accokeek, Prince Frederick, Chesapeake Beach, Hollywood, White Plains, Indian Head, Owings, Davidsonville, Great Mills.

Washington, D.C. Pest Pressure

In Washington, DC, earwigs are known to enter buildings through cracks and fissures in foundations, poorly fitting doors and windows, and gaps in walls in search of moisture and shelter. Dual antennae on their heads and curved abdominal pincers make their brown, inch-long bodies easy to recognize. These nuisance pests come out at night to feed, upsetting homeowners by chewing holes in fruit, vegetables, and flowers. They also frighten people with their imposing appearance.

Cockroaches are another species of nocturnal pest found in and around Washington, DC. However, unlike earwigs, these pests transmit several diseases, including many diseases such as dysentery, through direct contact and fecal contamination. Not only that, they leave behind an asthma- and allergy-triggering substance known as “cockroach dust,” consisting of shed skin, saliva, and excrement. Additionally, large populations of cockroaches may emit a strong stench that lingers in areas the pests infest.