Environmentally Responsible Pest Control
Connor’s Pest Protection has been providing pest control and wildlife management services to homeowners and businesses since 1944. Whether you need to get rid of bed bugs, schedule a termite inspection, or reckon with a wily raccoon, Connor’s offers proven pest control methods that get results. Based in the Washington, DC metropolitan area, Connor’s is a pest control company that understands the pest challenges that present themselves throughout the year in our region, and we employ a holistic and proactive approach to keep them at bay. Learn more about how Connor’s Pest Protection can help you.
- Humane removal of bats, raccoons, snakes and other nuisance animals
- Exclusion services to identify and block wildlife entryways
- Cleanup, sanitization and disinfection
Protecting you from pests since 1944.
Since 1944, the Connor family has served the Washington, DC region with professional pest management services. Today, Connor’s Pest Protection remains the trusted industry leader. Let Connor’s put decades of family experience to work for you.
The Connor’s Approach to Pest Control
At Connor’s Pest Protection, we use environmentally responsible products that target your offending pests. We have used integrated pest management (IPM) programs for more than 60 years, and we can tell you with confidence that they work. Our holistic approach to pest control combines inspection, identification, and exclusion techniques with the latest pest control products and materials to result in a year-round pest-free environment for our valued customers. When a pest problem plagues you, it can be hard to think of anything else – whether it’s how to get rid of bed bugs, bee removal, wasp nest removal, rat extermination, or a stink bug infestation. Pest problems impede your quality of life and can threaten your family’s health; that’s why you need a pest control company that knows how to get results. Call on Connor’s – we’re the pest control company with the experience and know-how to solve your pesky pest problems.