Orkin North Augusta, South Carolina

North Augusta Exterminator, Pest Control & Termite Inspector

Orkin Branch Near You

Augusta, GA  Branch #242

Residential

4282 Belair Frontage Rd Ste 1
Augusta, GA 30909

Phone: (877) 250-1652
Fax: (706) 855-6625

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.

Branch Manager

Branch Manager

Top Pests in Augusta, GA

Based on service calls in your area.

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

Branch Manager

Branch Manager

Branch #242

4282 Belair Frontage Rd Ste 1
Augusta, GA 30909

Phone: (877) 250-1652
Fax: (706) 855-6625


Orkin serves the following communities near North Augusta:


Aiken County, Edgefield County, Belvedere, Edgefield, Gloverville, Jackson, Johnston, Monetta, North Augusta, Parksville, Plum Branch, Ridge Spring, Trenton, Ward.

North Augusta Pest Pressure

Nestled along the Savannah River, North Augusta, SC, experiences warm, humid weather that’s inviting to pests year-round. Being situated next to the river makes the area susceptible to standing water and flooding, which have the potential to produce large mosquito populations. Mosquitoes are not just pesky; they can spread serious diseases as they feed on human blood. Some of the diseases most often transmitted from mosquitoes to people are malaria, Zika virus, and West Nile virus, to name just a few.

Flooding rivers also drive spiders like the black widow into North Augusta homes. These pests squeeze through cracks in door frames and windows, slits in screens, and holes in exterior walls, usually when the weather begins to cool in the fall. Usually, black widows reside outside in brush piles, stacks of firewood, or miscellaneous yard debris. Their bites are highly venomous and sometimes require emergency care or hospitalization.