When You Need Pest & Termite Control FAST!

Cummings Termite & Pest Control

Your Pest & Termite Control Experts!

We understand that when a pest problem occurs, the homeowner or business owner doesn’t care to wait for a solution. Our service is built around the needs of each customer, careful to implement a program that is safe, effective, and timely. We have been servicing Scottsdale, Phoenix, Fountain Hills, Mesa, Tempe, Gilbert, Chandler, and Carefree/Cave Creek since 1972, working to satisfy the particular demands of the East Valley.

Decades of Experience in Termite Treatment

From complex termite treatment to the tedious control of bee hives, our team of professionals has over four decades of experience in the industry. By utilizing only the most advanced and effective techniques, we’re able to find solutions to complicated residential and commercial pest problems. We rely on results and let our reputation speak for itself.

Unique Situations

It’s no secret that Arizona is home to some unique critters. This makes it imperative that you choose an experienced local exterminator for services like scorpion control, bee removal or rodent control. Our experts will not only effectively handle the situation, but they’ll ensure that your family or employees remain safe during the extermination process. We focus on solving problems at their core, promoting long lasting results.

Quick Service For Pest Control

We understand that not all pest related issues can wait. We offer fast and convenience service appointments within 15 minute windows, so give our friendly office staff a call today. Additionally, we’re happy to answer any questions you may have regarding our services or extermination techniques.

Simply call us today at 480-994-9599 to schedule your appointment.

Do I Have Termites?

How to Identify & Treat Subterranean Termites



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


  • 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).