Thrasher Pest Control from Soil to SkylightCall Now

Let Thrasher Termite & Pest Control know what’s bugging you… …termites, ants, bees, fleas, mice, bed bugs, birds, or more. With 35-years experience in termite and pest control, Thrasher Termite & Pest Control is expert at identifying and exterminating pests. Find the relief that comes with taking action and call us today. Thrasher Termite & Pest Control is a local family-owned business. You’re our neighbor, not a number. Let us help you reclaim your home from these and other household pests:

Why Choose Thrasher Termite & Pest Control

SATISFACTION

Highest Customer Satisfaction in Pest Control. Please, read our reviews and you’ll see why customer referrals are a mainstay of our business.

Yelp Los Gatos | Yelp San Diego

Diamond certified Thrasher Termite & Pest Control

Diamond Certified: click here to see how we earned it

 

EXPERIENCE

Celebrating our 36th Year in Business! We know the pests in our area and how to control them. Our inspectors and technicians are among the most experienced in the industry and have earned the QualityPro distinction for excellence in Pest Management!

QUALITYPRO Thrasher Termite and Pest Control

LOCALLY OWNED

Pests are local and so are we. Janet Thrasher operates the Los Gatos/Santa Clara Valley branch; Garrett Thrasher operates the San Diego Branch. We live in, and care about, the communities we serve.

LICENSED

Thrasher is Licensed, Bonded, and Insured. Don’t let just anyone in your home. Protect yourself and your property by using a licensed pest control operator.

Licenses# PR5009, PR7462

 

 Getting Ready for Termite Fumigation

If termite fumigation is required, please see How to Prepare for Drywood Termite Fumigation, and review these downloads and video: preparing for fume pdfwhat to bag

Thrasher’s Incredibly Information Pest Control Blog

Wild Wednesday: Skipper

June 8th, 2016|0 Comments

Look at the tongue of that nectar sipper! The Skipper is a stocky butterfly that looks a bit like a moth. This cheerful garden visitor is enjoying the nectar of a salvia leucantha. For more photos […]

  • Ladybug Cycloneda sanguinea

Wild Wednesday: Spotless Lady Beetle–Cycloneda sanguinea

June 1st, 2016|0 Comments

There are over 5,000 species of ladybugs world wide, and hundreds of species in California. Doesn’t this little Cycloneda sanguinea appear to be looking right at you?  To find out more about ladybugs, visit the […]

  • Bed Bugs in James Fort

1617–The Year Bed Bugs Settled North America

May 26th, 2016|0 Comments

On a recent visit to the James Fort archaeology site in Jamestown, Virginia, we learned one source of bed bugs in North America. Danny Schmidt, one of the archaeologists at the site, explained that remains of bed bugs were found […]