Twin Forks Pest ControlServicing Clients from Moriches to Montauk, Wading River to Orient Point and Shelter Island.
Twin Forks Pest Control
Servicing Clients from Moriches to Montauk, Wading River to Orient Point and Shelter Island.
- Termite Inspections
- Year-Round Protection
Twin Forks Pest Control is proudly owned by Brian Kelly. Brian has been in the bug business on the East End since 1997 and after many requests from his clients to expand his tick control business to include other pests, Brian opened Twin Forks Pest Control. Twin Forks Pest Control offers a premier pest management service for the entire East End with offices in Southampton, East Hampton and Cutchogue.
We were with another pest control company for a few years. I got fed up with them and did some research on who to replace them with. I called Twin Forks Pest Control that was referred to me through a friend. I'm so glad I did. They arrived on time, clean and professional. Brian was the one who saved my family from the evil bugs the other company couldn't handle. It has been about 3 months since he was here and still no bug problems. THANK YOU - THANK YOU - THANK YOU!!!Mary in Amagansett
We had 3 Hornet’s nests on my property last summer and Twin forks Pest Control came to the rescue. Technician was professional , knowledgeable and prompt….Janet in Cutchogue
I have used Twin Forks Pest Control twice in the past and I am very satisfied. The staff is such a pleasure to work with. I still had some ants after my first treatment and they came back out to treat again, no hassle or questions asked. I would definitely recommend them to anyone.Lydia in Sag Harbor
"The Long Island Rail Road, just months after promising to ramp up efforts to keep trains clean, is fielding complaints from riders and its own workers about trains being filthy... 'I’ve seen roaches. I mean, how do you get roaches on a moving train?'" Keeping your home safe from roaches is hard enough - now we have to worry about trains, too? 🤢 Read the rest of the story now with this article from Newsday! 🚆👇
"Bedbugs have also been found on airplanes, cruise ships, and public transportation in recent years. And according to research published in the Journal of Medical Entomology, bedbug infestations peak in the summer, coinciding with vacation season." Worried about bringing back some "unwanted souvenirs" from your trip? 🧳🕷 Check out this article from The New York Times and learn how to keep your summer vacay free of any problematic pests! 👏
It's been a long wait, but summer has officially started! 🍍☀️🌻 We hope everyone enjoys a warm, bright and sunny season - free of pests, of course!