Orkin Woodbury, Minnesota

Woodbury Exterminator, Pest Control & Termite Inspector

Orkin Branch Near You

Eden Prairie, MN  Branch #617

Residential

9927 Valley View Rd
Eden Prairie, MN 55344

Phone: (877) 250-1652
Fax: (952) 944-2009

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

Richard Hodgson

Branch Manager

Richard Hodgson

Branch #617

9927 Valley View Rd
Eden Prairie, MN 55344

Phone: (877) 250-1652
Fax: (952) 944-2009


Orkin serves the following communities near Woodbury:


Afton, Arden Hills, Bayport, Birchwood, Cottage Grove, Gem Lake, Inver Grove Heights, Lake Elmo, Lake Saint Croix Beach, Lakeland, Lakeland Shores, Landfall, Lilydale, Little Canada, Maplewood, Mendota Heights, Newport, North Saint Paul, Oak Park Heights, Oakdale, Pine Springs, Roseville, Saint Marys Point, Saint Paul, Saint Paul Park, South Saint Paul, Stillwater, Sunfish Lake, Vadnais Heights, West Saint Paul, Willernie.

Woodbury Pest Pressure

Woodbury, MN, is home to numerous parks and pristine trails that allow residents to enjoy the beauty of nature. Nevertheless, people must also deal with various pests, including yellow jackets, during the summer. Recognizable due to their distinct black and yellow coloring, yellow jackets are predatory insects that often feed on other pests such as crickets, flies, and caterpillars. These wasps usually nest in the ground and are known for being especially aggressive when they feel threatened.

As the weather warms and people begin to go outdoors, Woodbury residents may come into contact with disease-carrying ticks. One of the most problematic species is the deer tick, also known as the blacklegged tick. They are commonly found in forested areas or in the tall grasses that line nature walks and hiking trails in Minnesota. Deer ticks carry various diseases harmful to both humans and pets, including Lyme disease and babesiosis.