About Orkin

We've been here from the beginning

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    100+Years in Business
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    160Hours of training for Orkin speciallist
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    8,000Team Members
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    400+Locations Worlwide
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    1.7MResidential & Commercial Customers

Founded in 1901 by 14-year-old Otto Orkin, Orkin has more than 100 years of experience in pest control services and are leaders in the industry, specializing in protection against common pests, including termites, rodents, and insects. In addition to pest control, the company also offers integrated plans to help protect the whole home, including insulation and moisture control services. Orkin employs nearly 8,000 team members in more than 400 locations in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Europe, Central America, South America, the Middle East, the Caribbean, Asia, the Mediterranean, Africa, and Australia serving approximately 1.7 million residential and commercial customers. Orkin is a wholly owned subsidiary of Rollins, Inc. (NYSE: ROL).

The Story of Orkin

ORKIN CARES ABOUT THE COMMUNITY

At Orkin, we are involved in the communities we serve. From collaborations with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and major universities, to our work with the National Science Teachers Association, we foster a deeper understanding and appreciation of the natural world around us.

Orkin’s Commitment to Education

We help students across the country learn about pests and pest management by providing educators with learning resources they can use in their school science curriculum. Learn More  

Orkin’s Commitment to Public Health

Orkin is committed to helping protect public health by helping to prevent and control pests as well as educating consumers on the potential health risks posed by these pests. Learn More  

Orkin’s Commitment to Environmental Responsibility

At Orkin, we believe that it is our responsibility to care for the earth’s environment while still helping to control pests in our customers’ homes and businesses. Learn More