Providing Pest Control To Virginia Since 1967
PermaTreat Pest and Termite Control has served Central and Northern Virginia since 1967.
Today, PermaTreat has over 100 employees with branch offices in Charlottesville, Culpeper, Fredericksburg, Harrisonburg, Leesburg, Lexington, Manassas Park, Richmond, Tappahannock, and Woodbridge. Over the past four decades, PermaTreat Pest Control has become one of the leading corporate citizens in Northern and Central Virginia contributing to the communities we serve, and supporting the Fredericksburg Regional Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, and the Central Virginia Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
Specializing in the real estate market, the company has provided thousands of inspections for real estate closings. Over the years, PermaTreat has also established itself as one of the leaders in Commercial and Industrial Pest Management and stayed on the pulse of the latest pest control technology by providing TAP insulation to clients as both a cost effective and energy efficient alternative. This specially formulated insulation helps keep pests out, while keeping comfort in. By providing fast and efficient service, PermaTreat Pest Control has established itself as one of the leading service companies in Northern Virginia.
PermaTreat’s staff of professionally trained and certified technicians provide general pest and termite control, real estate inspections, new construction pretreatment, and outdoor pest control to Industrial, Commercial and Residential customers.
Let our experienced pest control experts show you how we can protect your health, home, and the environment. Our friendly, caring staff is waiting to take your call and introduce you to the PermaTreat family.
At PermaTreat, customer service is our number one priority and our philosophy is: “We are the company that cares.”
Former Fredericksburg Regional SPCA Executive Director Debra Joseph and PermaTreat Pest and Termite Control CEO Joe Wilson hold Ellie, a 10 year old purebred beagle, in front of the SPCA’s new Humane Care Center near Four Mile Fork. Mr. Wilson donated the land for the state-of-the-art facility that opened May 7th, 2009.