Orkin Jacksonville, North Carolina

Jacksonville Exterminator, Pest Control & Termite Inspector

Orkin Branch Near You

New Bern, NC  Branch #334

Residential

1317 Commerce Dr
New Bern, NC 28562

Phone: (877) 250-1652
Fax: (252) 638-6643

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

Robert Martin

Services Offered

Top Pests in New Bern, NC

Based on service calls in your area.

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

Branch Manager

Robert Martin

Branch #334

1317 Commerce Dr
New Bern, NC 28562

Phone: (877) 250-1652
Fax: (252) 638-6643


Orkin serves the following communities near Jacksonville:


Washington, Havelock, Newport, Richlands, Hubert, Morehead City, Swansboro, La Grange, Beaufort, Pink Hill, Camp Lejeune, Chocowinity, Vanceboro, Midway Park, Maysville, Tarawa Terrace, Emerald Isle, Trenton, Deep Run, Belhaven, Atlantic Beach, Cherry Point, Cove City, Oriental, Bath.

Jacksonville Pest Pressure

Jacksonville, NC, has a climate ideal for Asian tiger mosquitoes. The invasive pests carry diseases, such as West Nile virus, and feed on people’s blood. These mosquitoes can lay eggs in in as little as half a cup of standing water. Eggs appear in old tires, soda cans, birdbaths, and clogged gutters. Adult mosquitoes congregate in tall grasses and bushes and fly around looking for meals during the evening. While not all mosquitoes are infected with disease, citizens should wear insect repellent when outside to limit exposure.

Bed bugs are also a major issue in the North Carolina city. The pests are brought into Jacksonville homes by latching onto clothes and stowing away in luggage. They gather in bedrooms, hiding in mattress seams and headboards, and feed on sleeping victims. These pests are notoriously elusive but sometimes leave behind itchy, red rashes. Rodents invade homes, as well, and hide in attics, basements, and wall voids. Common indicators of infestations include rice-sized droppings, damaged food containers, and foul-smelling odors. While bed bugs do not transmit disease, rodents are infamous for the various illnesses they spread.