Orkin Brownsville, Texas

Brownsville Exterminator, Pest Control & Termite Inspector

Orkin Branch Near You

Harlingen, TX  Branch #874

Residential

222 Hanmore Blvd
Harlingen, TX 78550

Phone: (877) 250-1652
Fax: (956) 412-1532

As an industry leader, Orkin requires all Orkin Men to complete rigorous training and continuous education on the latest industry technology and treatments available. This means your local Orkin Man is uniquely qualified to handle your pest control needs — whatever they may be.

Branch Manager

Sergio Hernandez

Branch Manager

Sergio Hernandez

Branch #874

222 Hanmore Blvd
Harlingen, TX 78550

Phone: (877) 250-1652
Fax: (956) 412-1532


Orkin serves the following communities near Brownsville :


Arroyo Colorado Estates, Bayview, Cameron Park, Combes, El Camino Angosto, Green Valley Farms, Harlingen, Indian Lake, La Feria, La Paloma, Lago, Laguna Heights, Laguna Vista, Laureles, Los Fresnos, Los Indios, Lozano, Olmito, Port Isabel, Primera, Rancho Viejo, Rangerville, Reid Hope King, Rio Hondo, San Benito, San Pedro, South Padre Island, South Point, Villa Pancho

Brownsville Pest Pressure

The warm, humid climate in Brownsville, TX, drives several pest species to invade area homes. With the high temperatures and amounts of rainfall in the Texas city, Eastern subterranean termites are common. The pests cause extensive damage to buildings when they construct their tunnels directly into and damage wooden support beams. The warm temperatures also bring high levels of tourism and bed bugs to the city. The parasitic pests aren’t known to spread disease but they can leave swollen and irritated bumps on the skin.

Brownsville residents often find home invaders like Asian lady beetles, centipedes, and millipedes gathering in large groups around windows, in bathrooms, basements, and under kitchen sinks. Asian lady beetles flock to homes in search overwintering sites and are considered nuisances since they don’t typically spread disease or cause structural issues. Centipedes and millipedes aren’t linked to the spread of disease either, but their unsightly appearance tends to alarm homeowners.