Cook's Pest Control

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    Cook's Pest Control provides pest control services. The Company offers control of ants, bed bugs, bees, brown recluse, carpenter bees, cockroaches, crickets, earwigs, fire ants, fleas, millipedes, mosquitoes, pillbugs, rodents, silverfish, spiders, stinging insects, stink, bugs, termites and ticks.

    HQAlbertville, AL, US
    Employee Ratings3.3

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    Employees (est.) (Sept 2021)432
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    Key People/Management at Cook's Pest Control

    Brian Cook

    Brian Cook

    President and CEO
    Joey Harris

    Joey Harris

    Executive Vice President/Chief Operating Officer
    Arthur Orr

    Arthur Orr

    Executive Vice President/Chief Administration Officer
    Carl Monin

    Carl Monin

    Senior Vice President
    Sam Alfano

    Sam Alfano

    Chief Financial Officer
    Jerry Baker

    Jerry Baker

    Vice President of Sales
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    Cook's Pest Control Office Locations

    Cook's Pest Control has offices in Albertville, Auburn, Birmingham, Cullman and in 9 other locations
    Auburn, AL, US
    1246 Commerce Dr
    Birmingham, AL, US
    160 London Pkwy
    Birmingham, AL, US
    2000 Wenonah Oxmoor Rd
    Birmingham, AL, US
    5224 Caldwell Mill Rd
    Cullman, AL, US
    2025 Cherokee Ave SW
    Decatur, AL, US
    1624 4th Ave SE
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    Pest Profile: Praying Mantis

    The praying mantis (or mantid) is not one of those insects that we commonly see, but when we do, it is quite the sight. This insect gets its common name for its prominent front legs, which are bent and held together at an angle that suggest a position of prayer. It is a beautiful insect... Read more…

    Pest Profile: House Centipede

    Have you ever come across a creepy crawler with lots of legs that resembles a wild-looking alien? That very well could be a house centipede. These critters sometimes find their way indoors. They are what we refer to as “occasional invaders.” This means that they accidentally come indoors, but they w…

    Remembering Eleanor “Jo” Cook

    The beloved matriarch of Cook’s Pest Control, Inc. passed away on Monday, December 7, 2020, age 92, at her home surrounded by family. Mrs. Cook’s desire throughout her adult life was to serve the Lord Jesus Christ and to share her Savior’s love with others. Born September 21, 1928, in Atlanta, Georg…

    Pest Profile: Southern Devil Scorpion

    Scorpions are an arachnid that we commonly deal with in the pest control industry. They are closely related to spiders and can be found on every continent except Antarctica. There are more than 1,500 scorpion species worldwide, but only about 25 of those species have venom strong enough to kill a hu…

    Camouflage Insects: Now You See Me, Now You Don’t

    Camouflage is very common in the animal kingdom. There are many different animals that may come to mind: chameleons, some fish, and especially insects. There are many different types of insects that demonstrate forms of camouflage. Why though? If you think about living as a small, defenseless insect…

    Pest Profile: Dragonflies

    As the weather warms up, we start to see more insects – some are a nuisance, while others are beneficial. Among said insects, dragonflies are considered beneficial. Dragonflies are in the order Odonata, which translates to “the toothed one.” This is because they are predatory insects that feed on ot…
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    Cook's Pest Control Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Cook's Pest Control founded?

      Cook's Pest Control was founded in 1928.

    • Who are Cook's Pest Control key executives?

      Cook's Pest Control's key executives are Brian Cook, Joey Harris and Arthur Orr.

    • How many employees does Cook's Pest Control have?

      Cook's Pest Control has 432 employees.

    • Who are Cook's Pest Control competitors?

      Competitors of Cook's Pest Control include Environmental Pest Service, Edge Pest Control and African Corporate Cleaning.

    • Where are Cook's Pest Control offices?

      Cook's Pest Control has offices in Albertville, Auburn, Birmingham, Cullman and in 9 other locations.

    • How many offices does Cook's Pest Control have?

      Cook's Pest Control has 16 offices.