Professional Termite & Pest Control – Ohio, Kentucky & Indiana.
Residential Pest Control
Termite & Pest Control. No one like sharing their homes with uninvited guests, and that’s where we come in. We specialize in a number of pests that invade your space; especially the ones that negatively impact you, your family or your home. The most common pests are ants, cockroaches, flies, beetles, moths, rodents, stinging insects, birds, spiders, and of course, termites. If you need a pest solution right away, contact us now, we can help! We offer solutions for greater Cincinnati, Dayton, Columbus and Northern, Kentucky.
Commercial Pest Control
“Take care of the customers you have, and you’ll always have customers to take care of!”.
Your satisfaction is our goal. If you aren’t completely satisfied, we will work with you until you are.
Terry Teague - President of Extermital.
Extermital Termite & Pest Control – Cincinnati, Dayton and Columbus.
If you’re not sure what pest are invading your space. Check out our pest library below and see if you can find the insect that is bugging you! Still not sure? Give us a call for a completely free estimate!
Extermital Termite & Pest Control Service Area. We are local, reliable and have been serving Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana for almost 80 years.
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