Pest Control in Charlotte, NC

Live in Charlotte, NC & are in need of Pest Control Services? We’ve got you covered!



Charlotte, NC is a great place to live, and it seems more and more people are taking advantage of that fact. With a population of more than 850,000, it’s already the 17th-most populous city in the United States, and the second-largest city in the southeast. If you expand to the greater Charlotte metropolitan area, the number of residents ticks up to more than 2.5 million.

Charlotte – The Fastest-Growing Metro in the Country

Like we said, Charlotte is growing. In fact, according to data collected by the U.S. Census Bureau from 2004 to 2014, it was ranked as the fasting growing metro area in the country. And data collected from 2005 to 2015 tells an even more interesting story: Charlotte, NC is the number one area when it comes to millennial growth, meaning folks between the ages of 18 and 34 are choosing our fair city to call home above any other location. And with our population of young adults growing by more than 30 percent between 2005 and 2015, the second-place contender wasn’t even close.

But why are we telling you all this? Well, when we talk about all of the new residents flocking to town, we can’t forget about another important population: pests. From roaches to rodents, the critters we least want to see in our homes and businesses tend to follow the crowd. The more people that are in one place, the more of everything they can find, from food to water to dark spaces to call their own.

A Fast-Growing City Equals Pests

And of course, an influx of people means an abundance of new construction. From homes to businesses, new construction and renovation is booming here in Charlotte, NC. That leaves plenty of opportunity for creepy crawlies to wander in from the outdoors. Termites in particular love all of that brand new wood. In fact, many lenders will require pre-emptive pest control on a construction site in order to close a loan for new construction.

Once construction begins, rodents such as mice and rats also take notice. Plastic containers, packing material, insulation, and a host of other construction materials make for ideal home-building supplies as far as rodents are concerned. Especially if construction drags on a long time, they may just see all that activity as an invitation to move on in.

Then, of course, there are all the insects that look to metropolitan areas like Charlotte, NC as the perfect place for a feeding frenzy thanks to the abundance of people and pets. Fleas live to feast on our furry friends, while mosquitos are much more people-focused come mealtime. And these aren’t the only hungry hunters on the prowl. As other insects come for us, spiders come for them—and they’re not even the most dreaded pests to worry about. More people and homes mean more beds, and that means more potential for bed bugs.  

Charlotte, NC has all the hallmarks of a city on the rise, and that includes a need for pest control. We’ve included more information below about some of the common critters that are likely to cross your path. As you weigh your options on the best way to handle them, read our testimonials to see what sets Action Pest Exterminating Co. apart from other pest control companies, and learn why we’ve been a vital part of Charlotte, NC pest control since 1983.

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OUR SERVICE AREAS

Charlotte
University Area
SouthPark
Weddington
Waxhaw
Pineville
Ballantyne
Rock Hill
Fort Mill
Lake Norman
Huntersville
Davidson
Corneilus
Mooresville
Gastonia
Concord
Harrisburg
Salisbury
Monroe
Matthews/Indian Trail
Midland/Locust