When You Need Pest & Termite Control FAST!

When it comes to pest control in either your home or business, every second counts. At Cummings Termite & Pest Control, we understand just how important timeliness is to our clients. By combining a quick response with our decades of experience in the industry, we provide the Scottsdale, Mesa, Tempe, and Gilbert areas with reliable solutions they can trust.

Proven Techniques

Getting rid of the pests that have made themselves comfortable in your home or business is no job for the inexperienced. When it comes to issues as serious as termite control and bee removal – you want to make sure that the problem will not return in the future. Our experienced technicians are equipped with effective tools that have been perfected over our 40 years in the business.

Knowing the Area

At Cummings, we understand that the Arizona area is home to some unique pests. From providing our clients with everything from scorpion control and rodent control to cockroach removal, we understand the hassles that you and your neighbors face on a daily basis. Because of this, we’ve adapted our techniques to ensure we can take care of all of your pest related problems.

Call Us Today

Our helpful office staff can not only schedule your appointment, but they can answer your questions in the meantime. We understand that some things just cannot wait! Contact us right here through our easy-to-use website or feel free to call us at 480-994-9599 to learn more about how we can make your life 100% pest free!

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Cummings Pest Control
16918 E Colony Drive Fountain HillsAZ85268 USA 
 • 480-994-9599

DID YOU KNOW?

  • Termites are beneficial insects by recycling wood, enhancing organic decompostion, and aerating soil to promote plant growth (Potter 2004).
  • Ants, wasps, and bees are related. They are part of an order called Hymenoptera.
  • Rats and mice allocate 2% of their time to gnawing. Rats and mice will even gnaw through soft metals, asphalt, and brittle cement (Corrigan 2004).