We may be compensated if you purchase through links on our website. Our Reviews Team is committed to delivering honest, objective, and independent reviews on home products and services. More

Best 5 Pest Control Companies in Grapevine, TX

Get matched with a top local pro
Join the 6,755 people who have received a free, no-obligation quote in the last 30 days
  1. Home
  2. Local Pros
  3. Pest Control
  4. TX
  5. Grapevine
Written By Jessica Hurtault|Last Updated: February 05, 2024

When the weather in Grapevine warms up, you may discover damaging pests such as centipedes and cockroaches. These critters can risk health and damage homes, but a licensed exterminator can stop them in their tracks.

No matter your concerns, our list of the best pest control companies in Grapevine can help.

Best Overall
  • Serves more than 2.8 million customers annually
  • Nearly 100 years in business
  • Service guarantees in 46 states
Best for Urgent Service
  • Over a century of experience
  • Same-day service if you call before noon local time
  • 30-day money-back guarantee

Best 5 Grapevine Pest Control Companies

Orkin Logo


Based on 2,186 customer reviews.

Services Offered

Bed BugsCockroachesTicksAntsPreventionWildlifeTermitesMosquitosMiceGeneral Pest ControlSpidersSilverfishFumigationWaspsBaiting


  • Helpful homeowner content on its website
  • Lack of hidden fees
  • Consistently high customer service reviews
6349 Browning Ct, North Richland Hills, TX 817-849-7165 orkin.comRead More: Orkin Review
Forterra Pest Control Logo

Forterra Pest Control

Based on 395 customer reviews.

Services Offered

TermitesCockroachesSilverfishSpidersWaspsBed BugsBeetlesMiceMosquitosBeesFleasWildlifeGeneral Pest ControlPreventionAntsBaitingGreen Pest Control


    935 S Kimball Ave Ste. 162, Southlake, TX 817-665-6527 forterrapestcontrol.com
    Critter Stop Logo

    Critter Stop

    Based on 358 customer reviews.

    Services Offered

    WildlifeEthical Pest ControlPreventionMiceBeesGeneral Pest ControlMosquitos


    • Positive customer service reviews
    • Free inspections
    • Educational web content
    1610 Hart St Ste 102, Southlake, TX 469-715-3638 critterstop.com
    Quell Pest Control Logo

    Quell Pest Control

    Based on 954 customer reviews.

    Services Offered

    Green Pest ControlGeneral Pest Control


    • Free inspection policy
    • Proactive approach to pest control
    • Reviews praise customer service
    8348 Sterling St, Irving, TX 972-905-9198 quellpest.com

    More Local Pest Control Companies

    Fox Pest Control - Southlake

    User Reviews: 5/5 

    2100 Greenwood Dr #120
    Southlake, TX 76092

    Romney Pest Control

    User Reviews: 5/5 

    904 S Mill St
    Lewisville, TX 75057

    Romex Pest & Termite Control Lewisville

    User Reviews: 5/5 

    650 E, E State Hwy 121 Business Unit 406
    Lewisville, TX 75057

    Myles Pest Services

    User Reviews: 5/5 

    6517 Smithfield Rd c
    North Richland Hills, TX 76182

    Adams Exterminating Company

    User Reviews: 5/5 

    901 N Mill St Suite 101
    Lewisville, TX 75057

    ABC Home & Commercial Services

    User Reviews: 5/5 

    997 Grandys Ln
    Lewisville, TX 75077

    Urbanex Pest Control

    User Reviews: 5/5 

    12900 Valley Branch Ln #404
    Farmers Branch, TX 75234

    HomeTeam Pest Defense

    User Reviews: 5/5 

    2214 Paddock Way Dr Suite 300
    Grand Prairie, TX 75050

    EcoShield Pest Solutions

    User Reviews: 4.9/5 

    1850 Crown Dr Suite #1112
    Dallas, TX 75234

    To share feedback or ask a question about this article, send a note to our Reviews Team at reviewsteam@thisoldhousereviews.com.

    Get Your Pest Control Project Quote Today

    Get matched with a top local pro

    Please enter a valid 5-digit zip code!

    Facts about Grapevine
    Average Max Temp:77°F
    Average Min Temp:56°F
    Average Daily Sunlight:62%
    Average Annual Snowfall:0.5"
    Average Monthly Precipitation:3.02"
    Average Monthly Pest Visit:$236

    Expert Tips By

    This Old House empowers homeowners with the knowledge and tools they need to tackle various projects and navigate the complexities of homeownership.

    How To Choose a Pest Control Company

    Choosing the best pest control company for you is key. Along with a company's qualifications and treatment methods, you may also consider how long it has been in business and what the reviews look like. Finally, you'll likely want to consider the cost of services.

    Below, we explore the details of each of these factors.

    • Does the company have a valid license and permits to perform pest control?

      The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) sets minimum standards of competency for pesticide applicators, but licensure is regulated at the state level. All pesticide applicators and supervisors in Texas must be licensed through the proper state regulatory agencies.

    • Is the company a member of any professional organizations?

      A pest control company can obtain optional certifications from QualityPro or similar trade organizations to back up its standards and methods. One particular certification is the GreenPro Service Certification, which is given to any company that can demonstrate that its methods are more environmentally friendly. Companies that receive this certification also need to maintain certain training standards for employees.

      Pest control companies can also belong to certain professional organizations. Holding membership in organizations like the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) or state-level organizations is not mandatory, but helps show that a company is reputable. The NPMA gives companies access to resources, education, and a network of professionals with whom to discuss methods and practices.

    Professional Experience and Specialties

    For the most part, a company displays information like its years of experience and specialities on its website. Local reviews can also help you figure out if a company has experience dealing with a specific pest. If you're unable to locate the information you need online, you can contact a company representative directly to get your questions answered.

    • Reviews and Recommendations

      Resources you can use to check a company's reputation include the Better Business Bureau (BBB), social media, and local review sites. Additionally, you can confirm the status of a company's license through the Texas licensing board.

    • Cost of Services and Guarantees

      Pest control costs can vary based on things like the size of your house, the type of pest being treated, your location, and other factors.

      When thinking about the cost of services, you should first look into whether a company provides free on-site estimates as part of its process. This can help determine whether the company fits into your budget. Also look into a company's guarantees: If the problem is not resolved, or returns, will the company provide additional treatments until the problem is satisfactorily handled?

    Safety and Treatment Methods

    When it comes to choosing a pest control provider, you want to select one that will help keep you, your family, and your pets safe. You'll likely also prefer an environmentally-conscious provider.

    • Safety

      All pesticides that will be used (except those that are classified as minimum-risk) must be registered with the EPA. Your pest control technician should supply information on each pesticide they are using. They should be able to tell you whether these chemicals are low toxicity or non-toxic, and if not, what safety precautions they plan to take.

    • Treatment Methods

      You can ask if your technician will begin with lower-toxicity, more natural options before moving on to harsher chemicals.

      Many companies have started to use Integrated Pest Management (IPM) to eliminate pests while reducing personal and environmental risks. The steps of IPM are as follows:

      1. Figure out what pests are causing the problem and determine if immediate action is required.
      2. Decide on the safest course of action.
      3. Use a combination of mechanical, cultural, biological, and physical controls to manage the pest problem.
      4. Use chemical controls only when required, and always along with other techniques for effective long-term pest management.
      5. Observe the results and continue with additional pest control as needed.

    Common Household Pests in Grapevine

    Certain pests are more common than others. In Grapevine, common pests to be wary of include the following:

    • Beetles: There are a number of species of beetles across the U.S. and in Texas. Many species are harmless, but some can feed on and do damage to things like your carpeting and the wooden structure of your house.
    • Ants: Whether they are larger carpenter ants or smaller soils ants, these pests are found in most parts of Texas. Carpenter ants can pose a more urgent issue than their smaller counterparts because they can do damage to your house.
    • Spiders: You may find spiders in your attic or other damp, dark places. Most spiders are harmless and pose no threat to humans, but you still don't want a spider infestation in your home.
    • Bed bugs: Bed bug infestations can be very hard to eliminate, so we recommend calling a professional as soon as possible. Bed bugs can be found throughout Texas, and can infest not just your bedsheets, but also other furniture and even your wallpaper.
    • Mice: If you have a mouse infestation, you may notice droppings or things like chewed wires. Frequently, mice are found in attics or in places where food is kept.

    Ready to Get a Quote on Your Pest Control Project?

    Get matched with a top local pro

    Please enter a valid 5-digit zip code!

    Frequently Asked Questions About Pest Control in Grapevine

    What are some causes of pest infestations?

    Pests come into your home looking for one of three things: food, water, or shelter. Some pests will enter your home simply because they have the opportunity to do so, through a foundation crack or broken screen. Some are drawn by food, either actual food left out or trash sitting out in the open. Others are searching for water, either standing water outside or puddles inside from things like leaky pipes.

    How can I prevent pest infestations?

    One method for preventing pest infestations is to seal off potential entrances into your home. These include things like cracks in your foundation or siding. Next, try to avoid leaving food out for pests. This includes keeping food in sealed containers as well as not leaving trash out. Third, reduce standing water in and around your home. Try to reduce places where water collects outside, and fix leaks inside.

    How often do I need to hire someone to do pest control?

    In general, it's recommended that you have your house treated for pests approximately once a year, more frequently if you have an active infestation. Your pest control professional will ultimately be the one best equipped to recommend a treatment schedule for you.

    How long does pest control last?

    Most pesticides last around 30 to 90 days after application. Rain can wash away outdoor chemicals, giving them a shorter lifespan than those applied indoors. Some other things that can affect how long pesticide application lasts include what chemicals are used, the application method, what pests are being targeted, and the extent of your pest problem.

    To share feedback or ask a question about this article, send a note to our Reviews Team at reviewsteam@thisoldhousereviews.com.