Orkin Sunland Park, New Mexico

Sunland Park Exterminator, Pest Control & Termite Inspector

Orkin Branch Near You

El Paso, TX  Branch #770

Residential

6962 Gateway Blvd E
El Paso, TX 79915

Phone: (877) 250-1652
Fax: (915) 772-9469

In an effort to better serve you and your community, every Orkin Man receives unparalleled industry training. Your Orkin Man was trained by one of the top 125 training programs in the nations — receiving 160 hours of hands-on training during his first year on the job. He’s trained to use the most effective approach to treat your specific pest problem and situation.

Branch Manager

Steven Dickinson

Services Offered

Top Pests in El Paso, TX

Based on service calls in your area.

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

Branch Manager

Steven Dickinson

Branch #770

6962 Gateway Blvd E
El Paso, TX 79915

Phone: (877) 250-1652
Fax: (915) 772-9469


Orkin serves the following communities near Sunland Park :


Alamogordo, Anthony, San Elizario, Chaparral, Canutillo, Sunland Park, Fabens, Santa Teresa, Clint, Truth Or Consequences, Mesilla Park, Mesquite, Tularosa, Tornillo, Hatch, Deming, La Mesa, Columbus, Van Horn, La Luz, Dona Ana, Mesilla, Santa Clara, Fort Hancock, Fairacres.

Sunland Park Pest Pressure

Sunland Park, NM, has an enjoyable climate with mild, comfortable winters and sunny summers. The region’s pleasant environment also supports various types of stinging and biting pests. Bed bugs are notorious for infesting hotels and thrift stores. These pests are expert travelers, frequently making their way inside homes by clasping onto luggage and other personal items. They then relocate to furniture, mattresses and other interior locations where they are hidden and protected. Female bed bugs can typically lay 200 to 500 eggs within a six month period.

Warm months increase mosquito populations in Sunland Park. While only two species of mosquitoes in the country are known carriers of the Zika virus, both have been detected in New Mexico. Individuals should prevent contact with these biting pests by avoiding their breeding areas, using insect repellents and wearing protective clothes when outdoors. Another stinging pest abundant in the area is yellow jackets. They conceal their nests in the ground, often causing people to come across colonies by mistake. This ultimately increases the risk of being attacked, especially when infestations are close to homes.