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We know pests can be very disruptive to your home or office. Our team is passionate about providing a solution to your problem in a professional and timely manner. Call our office today and you will understand why our customers have left us over 100 5-star reviews.

Clint Miller Team

who we are

Clint Miller Exterminating has been in business for 30 plus years and we are continuing to grow every day.

The company is licensed in North Carolina and uses the latest and most advanced materials and equipment as we strive to be the best in the pest control business.

ONE-TIME EXTERMINATION

One of our friendly exterminating technicians will eradicate unwanted pests - 100% satifcation guaranteed

MONTHLY MAINTENANCE

Keep your home or business safe from unwanted pests carrying dangerous bacteria with up-to-date monthly inspection

FULL SERVICE PEST REMOVAL

One of our experienced technicians will find and exterminate any and all unwanted pest - We guarantee our work

COMPETITIVE PRICES

As a local small business, we stay competitive and will work with any budget to accommodate your exterminating needs

about Us

Clint Miller Exterminating performs a variety of pest control services to protect the exterior, interior, and surrounding areas of your home or business. Ranging from monthly service to annual treatments and everything in between.

Pest Control

Bed bugs, ants, cockroaches, fleas, general pests, pantry pests, rodents, mosquitos, spiders, and terminates. We take care of them all!

Service Options

Total home service packages starting as low as $49.99 month and includes the exterior, interior, crawlspace, and outdoor living areas of your home or business. Call our team today and keep those pests away.

Service Areas

Clint Miller Exterminating provides service to the following counties: Cabarrus, Rowan, Mecklenburg, Iredell, and Stanly.

Pest Problem?

These little creatures or not so little rodents are very resourceful when they are on the hunt for food or shelter. If you are experiencing a pest or rodent problem give our team a call at Clint Miller Exterminating.

Ants

There are many species of ants that can be found in Cabarrus, Stanly, Rowan, Mecklenburg, Montgomery, and Union counties. Some can contribute a lot more damage to the home, where others are just a nuisance. Clint Miller Exterminating is here to help you determine which type you may have at your home, and treat them for you.

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Bed Bugs

“Sleep tight and don’t let the bed bugs bite!” This may have been what your mother always told you, and you just thought she was kidding. We all wish she was! The scientific name is Cimex Lectularius and they are what we commonly call bed bugs. Bed bugs can be found in many areas of your homes, but they are mainly found in your bedrooms.

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Cockroach Extermination

There are many types of cockroaches that can be found in your home in the piedmont area of North Carolina. The types of roaches that we see the most are German roaches, Wood roaches, and American roaches. It is important that we know which type of roach we are treating because not all roaches are treated with the same methods.

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Fleas

Everyone has heard of fleas, and you probably think you must own a cat or dog to get them. But did you know fleas live on wild animals like squirrels, mice, and birds? They can hitch a ride inside by hopping off that squirrel in your yard onto you. A lot of times you just feel the bite and they are gone before you see them.

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General Pests

Clint Miller Exterminating takes care of many general pests, but the ones most seen in the Cabarrus, Stanly, Rowan, Mecklenburg, Montgomery, and Union counties are spiders, camel crickets, earwigs, and millipedes. If you are seeing general pests in your home we do not have to come treat inside.

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Pantry Pests

It’s safe to say that just about the last place you want any pest crawling, living, or laying eggs is in or near your food. Neither products stored in your refrigerator or pantry are 100% safe from stored-product pests. To keep them from your home, you have to take proper preventive measures.

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Rodent Control

Rodents can cause damage to your home and yard. Rats and mice are more likely to enter your home to acquire food, while voles will create unsightly tunnels in your lawn and garden areas.

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Mosquito Fogging

Are you tired of being trapped inside because of annoying, bloodthirsty mosquitoes?

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Spiders

Many types of spiders find their way into homes when temperatures start to drop. Although a few are dangerous and present a health threat, most are harmless. However, even harmless spiders may become a nuisance when they cover your house in webs.

 

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Termites

Termites cause billions of dollars in damage each year across the United States

They primarily feed on wood, but also damage paper, books, insulation, and even swimming pool liners and filtration systems.

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Clint Miller is the National Pest Management Association President and he enjoys sharing over 30 years of experience with visitors like you.

 

While summertime is mostly celebrated throughout the Carolinas, few people are thrilled about the influx of mosquitos throughout their state. The US has more than 150 species of this annoying bug, and you'll find more than a third of them in North and South Carolina. When it comes to watching out for mosquitos, it's the females you need to worry about. Males will go after nectar, but females need blood to help them lay their eggs. When one bites you, they're injecting a small amount of saliva into your body. It's the saliva that causes your skin to itch until it heals, and the saliva that causes your blood to stop clotting so the mosquito can feed. We'll tell you more about mosquito control, so you can spot the signs of a mosquito infestation as soon as possible. 

Friday, June 26, 2020 8:00 am
Mosquito Season in the Carolinas

 

While summertime is mostly celebrated throughout the Carolinas, few people are thrilled about the influx of mosquitos throughout their state. The US has more than 150 species of this annoying bug, and you'll find more than a third of them in North and South Carolina. When it comes to watching out for mosquitos, it's the females you need to worry about. Males will go after nectar, but females need blood to help them lay their eggs. When one bites you, they're injecting a small amount of saliva into your body. It's the saliva that causes your skin to itch until it heals, and the saliva that causes your blood to stop clotting so the mosquito can feed. We'll tell you more about mosquito control, so you can spot the signs of a mosquito infestation as soon as possible. 

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When termite season rolls around, the destruction it causes is in direct contrast with everything else going on around you. As flowers bloom and new life erupts everywhere, termites can destroy a home faster than owners can imagine. Every year, $5 billion worth of property damage goes down the drain due to termites, a number that could be mitigated once you understand more about termite species and termite control. Termites can go undetected for a while as they build up their colonies, but once they're on a roll, they won't stop until they've attacked as much plant material as they can. Learn more about the types of North Carolina termites that abound and what termite damage looks like. 

Wednesday, June 10, 2020 8:00 am
NC Termites: Types of Termites

When termite season rolls around, the destruction it causes is in direct contrast with everything else going on around you. As flowers bloom and new life erupts everywhere, termites can destroy a home faster than owners can imagine. Every year, $5 billion worth of property damage goes down the drain due to termites, a number that could be mitigated once you understand more about termite species and termite control. Termites can go undetected for a while as they build up their colonies, but once they're on a roll, they won't stop until they've attacked as much plant material as they can. Learn more about the types of North Carolina termites that abound and what termite damage looks like. 

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There is no fixed amount of time for termite treatment to last, even the standard answer is around five years. Exactly how long yours will go depends on everything from who performed the treatment to the types of termites in or around the home. Liquid soil treatment may be able to go for up to eight years, a welcome timeframe for anyone who wants to save a little money on their pest control. Bait treatment may last for about a year or so, depending on the thoroughness and care of the setup. If your treatment fails to keep termites at bay, it's generally because the insects found a hole in the barrier. Just a tiny passageway can afford them the opportunity to make their way back in. Find out more about the types of treatments available and how you can make them work for you. 

Friday, May 22, 2020 10:00 am
How Long Does Termite Treatment Last

There is no fixed amount of time for termite treatment to last, even the standard answer is around five years. Exactly how long yours will go depends on everything from who performed the treatment to the types of termites in or around the home. Liquid soil treatment may be able to go for up to eight years, a welcome timeframe for anyone who wants to save a little money on their pest control. Bait treatment may last for about a year or so, depending on the thoroughness and care of the setup. If your treatment fails to keep termites at bay, it's generally because the insects found a hole in the barrier. Just a tiny passageway can afford them the opportunity to make their way back in. Find out more about the types of treatments available and how you can make them work for you. 

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Testimonials

Every company brags about its customer service, friendly employees, timely service, and knowledgable technicians. But, we have 100's of reviews from our customers that support our position.

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