Orkin Schenectady, New York

Schenectady 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

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.

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Branch #994

5 Hemlock St
Latham, NY 12110

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


Orkin serves the following communities near Schenectady:


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.

Schenectady Pest Pressure

Schenectady, NY, has a diverse population of both people and pests. Several rivers run through the New York town, and the moisture draws insects like gnats, flies, silverfish, and mosquitoes. Flies and gnats gather in large numbers, contaminate foods, and spread illness. Silverfish are capable of destroying property, especially books and wallpaper. Finally, mosquitoes carry diseases that they transmit to people, including the Zika and West Nile viruses.

Rats, mice, and bats are common pest mammals in Schenectady. The temperate weather and dense populations of people are especially alluring to rodents. Rats and mice invade homes in the winter looking for shelter and food. Since they also hang out in dumpsters, landfills, and sewers, their presence creates unsanitary living conditions. Rats and mice also cause structural damage by chewing through electrical wiring. Bats regularly roost in fireplaces, attics, and chimneys where there are plenty of insects to eat. Their droppings contribute to the spread of histoplasmosis.