Orkin Austin, Minnesota

Austin Exterminator, Pest Control & Termite Inspector

Orkin Branch Near You

Waterloo, IA  Branch #538

Residential

2904 Janet Dr
Waterloo, IA 50703

Phone: (877) 250-1652
Fax: (319) 235-6051

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

Bruce Hatfield

Services Offered

Top Pests in Waterloo, IA

Based on service calls in your area.

  1. Bed Bug
  2. Rodent
  3. Occasional Invaders
  4. Roach
  5. Flea
  6. Wildlife
  7. Ant - Carpenter
  8. Beetle
  9. Ant
  10. Gnat

Branch Manager

Bruce Hatfield

Branch #538

2904 Janet Dr
Waterloo, IA 50703

Phone: (877) 250-1652
Fax: (319) 235-6051


Orkin serves the following communities near Austin:


Adams, Andyville, Blooming Prairie, Brownsdale, Dexter, Elkton, Geneva, Glenville, Hayward, Hollandale, Lansing, London, Lyle, Mapleview, Moscow, Myrtle, Nicolville, Rose Creek, Sargeant, Waltham.

Austin Pest Pressure

With one of America’s busiest highways routed right through the center of Austin, MN, both insect and human travelers, particularly bed bugs, enjoy easy access to the city. These parasitic pests feed on human blood, leaving behind painful and itchy bite marks. Bed bugs cling to the stitching and zippers in luggage and then hide in the seams of mattresses and on headboards once inside a home. Since they are excellent at staying out of sight, inspection of beds and luggage is an essential part of prevention.

Each year, spring flooding of the Cedar River adds to Austin’s mosquito population. Despite recent attempts to construct levies and dams, the blood-sucking pests are still spreading viruses like West Nile throughout Minnesota. Removing standing water from lawns and other areas of the property is the best way to prevent run-ins with mosquitoes, since all it takes for mosquito larvae to develop is a backed-up rain gutter or a puddle in an old flower pot.