Why Choose the Hitmen
Serving North Bay and East Bay Areas
The Hitmen Termite & Pest Control was founded in Napa California in 1978.
We are a Full-Service Pest control company providing Pest Control, Termite Control, and Tree and Lawn Health Care.
We are sensitive to the environment and customers concerns regarding chemicals and their irresponsible use.
We believe that all pest control methods are tools that can be used as the situation demands or the customer requires.
Of course, we offer all treatments available and have the ability to recommend a combination for a better result.
We are experts in the use of all these methods and have years of experience with all of them.
Our technicians and inspectors are experienced professionals.
They will evaluate your problem and take time to explain your treatment options.
The Hitmen is a leader in the development of IPM (Integrated Pest Management)* methods and have introduced many products over the years to serve our customers many needs and concerns. Learn more about our exceptional methods!
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We are proud of our history and our Innovative Treatment methods, which have included over the past 30 years:
- Heat Fumigation Since 1998
- Orange Oil (de Limonene)
- Bora Care (Borates)
- Termidor (low usage pesticide)
- Foam Injection Techniques (limits occupant exposure)
- Pyrethrins (Botanical derived Pesticide)
- Pest Exclusion repairs
- Altriset (reduced risk material)
- EcoSmart Products
- Electro Gun 1995-2008
- Micro Wave Technology 1996-1999
We are dedicated to superior customer service and providing the highest quality inspections and treatments.
We constantly improve our business through the development and usage of new and innovative pest control methods.
We are leaders in implementing Integrated Pest Management methods and have developed services to meet the needs of customers who prefer less pesticide usage.
Orange Oil Certified
Pest Control Operators of California (PCOC)
National Pest Management Association (NPMA)