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Over 80 years serving the Nashville 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

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From Our Branch Manager

According to Nashville Branch Manager Kevin Hilton, ants, house centipedes and roaches are commonly seen in the area, but one unusual pest that homeowners may not know lives in the area is the scorpion.

To help prevent pest infestations, Hilton recommends keeping mulch off a home’s foundation and vegetation away from the structures. Ants have been known to use a single twig to enter homes in droves.

If you have a problem with any pest, be sure to call your local Nashville Orkin branch.

Customer Testimonials & Reviews

We returned from out of town and were unable to get up a hill about a mile from our home. We were walking and carrying a bag when the Orkin Man came by. He stopped, turned around, and drove us up our steep hill – and this in heavy snow! Then, he cheerfully went about his work. Orkin is fortunate to have such an employee, one who goes the ‘extra mile.’ We’ve used your company in several places and are fans.

– Nashville, Tennessee

Our Orkin Man is the most courteous and helpful I have met in my 25 years as an Orkin customer. He was very courteous and concerned for me as a person. Keep up the good work!

– Brentwood, Tennessee

Orkin serves the following communities near Nashville:

Antioch, Hendersonville, Brentwood, Mount Juliet, Smyrna, Columbia, Gallatin, Spring Hill, Hermitage, Madison, La Vergne, Springfield, Goodlettsville, Portland, Old Hickory, Franklin, Ashland City, Nolensville, Lebanon, White House, Greenbrier, Fairview, Pleasant View, Joelton, White Bluff.

Nashville Pest Pressure

Nashville, TN, ranks as one of the worst cities for mosquitoes in the U.S. The area experiences extended periods of rain, which creates favorable breeding conditions for the pests. Mosquitoes cause the most problems during spring and summer, leaving itchy bites as they feed. Residents should be cautious, since the pests can transmit dangerous diseases.

Most spiders invade homes as the weather changes. Though they typically aren’t harmful to Nashville residents, species such as black widow or brown recluse spiders can be problematic. Their bites cause various health issues including shortness of breath, heart problems, and tissue death. These spiders are possibly found in garages, wood piles, and basements.