Orkin Albany, New York

Albany Exterminator, Pest Control & Termite Inspector

Orkin Branch Near You

Latham, NY  Branch #994

Residential

5 Hemlock St
Latham, NY 12110

Phone: (877) 250-1652
Fax: (518) 783-8852

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

Branch Manager

Branch Manager

Branch Manager

Branch #994

5 Hemlock St
Latham, NY 12110

Phone: (877) 250-1652
Fax: (518) 783-8852


Orkin serves the following communities near Albany :


Clifton Park, Amsterdam, Gloversville, Latham, Rensselaer, Cohoes, Delmar, Watervliet, Ballston Lake, Mechanicville, Hudson, Troy, Waterford, Johnstown, East Greenbush, Catskill, Slingerlands, Wynantskill, Castleton On Hudson, Averill Park, Altamont, Voorheesville, Valatie, Glenmont, Selkirk.

Albany Pest Pressure

Albany, the capital of New York, is home to diverse populations of people and pests. Parasites like bed bugs and ticks are common throughout the area. Beg bugs are small, feed on blood, and are easy to bring into homes but extremely difficult to remove. They don’t carry diseases but may leave itchy, red welts on their hosts’ skin. Their activity peaks during the spring months, especially around Memorial Day. Ticks also feed on the blood of people and are notorious for carrying Lyme disease. Common tick harborage areas include tall grass, dense vegetation, and rock walls / fence lines.

The cold winters and hot, wet summers of Albany both attract pests. Rats and mice seek protection inside homes when temperatures begin to drop as residences provide warmth and access to food. These rodent pests spread bacteria by defecating and urinating on countertops and in pantries and may also damage / gnaw on electrical wiring. In the summer, residents fear mosquitoes, which contribute to the spread of West Nile and Zika virus. Mosquito populations greatly expand during rainier seasons as they reproduce in standing water.