Pests in your home can be more than a nuisance. Insects and rodents can cause severe structural damage or spread diseases. When selecting an exterminator, ask to review pesticide labels and discuss application frequency to ensure the service is the right fix. We researched the best pest control companies in Tulsa to help you when insects and rodents move in uninvited.
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Because Tulsa sits on the Arkansas River and is growing rapidly, homes in the area may experience an influx of insects and rodents. Home construction in Tulsa’s suburban areas, like Bixby and Owasso, may increase pest sightings there.
Common insects and pests that infest homes in Tulsa include:
Ants, bed bugs, camel crickets, cockroaches and termites
Wildlife, including birds, raccoons, skunks and some snakes
Some pest problems can’t be controlled with a can of insecticide or a simple trap. Whether the pest is new or persistent, you’ll want to enlist a professional pest control company in Tulsa to help resolve the issue before it’s too late.
When selecting a pest control company in Tulsa, look for an insured company with licensed, trained technicians who are knowledgeable about using chemicals in and around your home.
Pricing for pest control treatment varies. Most national companies include a free inspection prior to giving a quote while some local companies charge between $70 and $95 just to have a technician visit your home.
Once the technician sees the problem, he’ll provide a quote detailing treatment services. Most pest control services in Tulsa cost between $300 and $500, but vary depending on the extent of the problem, size of your home and frequency of service (one-time extermination, monthly or quarterly).
Treatment for termites, which eat wood and cause substantial structural damage, can cost up to $3,000.
Wildlife must be handled by a wildlife expert, which most pest control companies contract, so the cost can quickly add up.
Arrow Exterminators combats Oklahoma pests, such as ants, spiders, termites and cockroaches. They use Thermal Remediation to kill bed bugs for good and Sentricon to eliminate termite colonies. They even have an entomologist on staff. Unlike most other pest control companies, Arrow offers free spot treatments for clients. Family-owned and operated since 1952, they service Tulsa, Jenks, Owasso, Bartlesville and Broken Arrow where their corporate office is located.
Terminix is an international company boasting patents and eco-focused offerings. Some of their pest specialists are doctoral entomologists. Terminix is available 24/7 online where customers can schedule service, review service history and manage automatic payments. Tulsans are generally pleased with their scheduling and treatment.
Started in 1901 by 14-year-old founder Otto Orkin, Orkin is an award-winning national pest control company offering science-based solutions and technical training. Each Orkin pest specialist is trained in a learning center with simulated customer environments, like an apartment or bakery, and completes industry-specific coursework from Purdue University.
Guardian Angel Exterminating
Guardian Angel Exterminating, a local pest control company in business for 11 years, offers digital coupons and the option to use organic products during service. With a five-star rating online, customers praise Guardian Angel Exterminating for their knowledgeable, professional technicians and demonstrated pest-free results.
Family-owned and operated since 1979, Mother Nature’s is the largest pest control company in Oklahoma. Mother Nature’s pest control services include a 21-point pest inspection and a customized pest treatment plan. For convenient scheduling and money savings, Mother Nature’s services on Saturdays and has coupons on its website.
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