How do I contact Orkin headquarters?

How do I contact Orkin headquarters?

Got a question or suggestion? We’d like to hear from you. Call us at 844-512-4776, schedule an Orkin service using our convenient Schedule Service form, or fill out the simple suggestion form below.

Who is CEO of Orkin?

Glen Rollins
“John is a quality leader with a wealth of business knowledge and more than 12 years of experience at Orkin,” said Glen Rollins, Orkin president, CEO and COO.

What is the meaning of Orkin?

Jewish (eastern Ashkenazic): patronymic from the Yiddish male personal name Orke, a pet form of Aaron + the eastern Slavic possessive suffix -in. Similar surnames: Arkin, Sorkin, Markin, Dworkin, Eskin, Brin, Okin, Onken, Larkin.

Who is the Rollins family?

Randall Rollins
O. Wayne RollinsRuth Magness
Gary Rollins/Family

Who is Glen Rollins?

Glen was unusual: The third-generation inheritor of an industrial fortune (pesticide giant Rollins Inc., the $6 billion parent company of Orkin), he also had a bona fide track record as a businessman.

How often should you do pest control in your home?

When it comes to regularly scheduled pest control, we suggest having your home treated once a quarter or every two to three months.

Who is the parent company of Orkin pest control?

When Orkin calls, bugs go belly up. A subsidiary of pest control services giant Rollins, Orkin and its sister companies provide insect, rodent, pest, and termite control services to more than 1.7 million commercial and residential customers, mainly in the US but also elsewhere in the Americas, Asia, and in the Middle East.

Who is the founder of the Orkin company?

Orkin was founded in 1901 by Otto Orkin, who launched his extermination empire by selling rat killer door-to-door; his efforts earned him the nickname “Orkin the Rat Catcher.” External Website. Opens New Window Available Contacts – Free Plug-in! External Website. Opens New Window When Orkin calls, bugs go belly up.

What kind of pests do Orkin treat for?

Orkin treats year-round in your neighborhood or residential area for pests like ants, bedbugs, bees, centipedes, earwigs, fleas, flies, hornets, mice, mosquitoes, roaches, rats, ticks, spiders, all types of termites, wasps and more.