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Over 56 years serving the Raleigh community

State-of-the-art diagnostic tools and treatments

Customized solutions for your home and needs

160 hours of rigorous training during 1st year hired

Backed by board certified entomologists

Drug-screened and background checked

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RALEIGH’S PEST RADAR

We collect regional and seasonal pest data from all across the country, like Raleigh, to help us more accurately serve you!

View the pest radar in your area.

Orkin serves the following communities near Raleigh:

Angier, Apex, Broadway, Buies Creek, Bunn, Butner, Carrboro, Cary, Chapel Hill, Clayton, Creedmoor, Durham, Four Oaks, Franklinton, Fuquay-Varina, Garner, Gorman, Holly Springs, Knightdale, Louisburg, Micro, Middlesex, Morrisville, New Hope, Pine Level, Raleigh, Rolesville, Selma, Smithfield, Wake Forest, Wendell, West Smithfield, Youngsville, Zebulon, NC


Raleigh Pest Pressure

Many pests flourish in the hot, humid summers of Raleigh, NC, including several species of ticks. Brown dog, American dog, and lone star ticks are all abundant in and around the North Carolina capital. Commonly found in areas of tall grass or vegetation, ticks latch onto hosts as they walk by. While feeding on blood, these pests transmit diseases like Rocky Mountain spotted fever, Lyme disease, and ehrlichiosis. Mosquitoes also enjoy the moist summers of Raleigh, feed on blood, and spread diseases such as West Nile or Zika virus.

During the winter, brown marmorated stink bugs move into Raleigh homes to escape the cold weather. While they don’t spread disease or cause structural damage, these pests emerge in hordes come springtime and alarm residents. They also give off an unpleasant odor when crushed. Similarly, multicolored Asian lady beetles overwinter in homes while waiting for the warmth of spring. Their presence is disruptive because it has an effect on air quality. Given large enough infestations, the pests can trigger asthma and allergies, especially in the very young and elderly.