Welcome to Burl's Termite and Pest Control, your comprehensive resource for professional termite extermination, pest control, and assistance with your home maintenance requirements. If you have a pest control problem we currently have a solution! From domestic termite treatments and extermination to new construction pretreatments or ventilation and moisture control, Burl's Termite & Pest Control guarantees termite eradication and pest control results!

Contact Details

  City Winchester, TN
  Zip Code 37398
  Address 117 Bypa Road
  Phone Number (931) 967-4547

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Burl's Termite has been providing a superior standard of excellence in residential and commercial service in Tennessee for over 30 years. Our approach of combining highly trained, knowledgeable owners, office, sales, and service personnel in a focused team effort ensures our customers of consistent, effective results. Because of our great customer service, and courteous staff, Burl's Termite and Pest Control has grown by leaps and bounds, purchasing Wiseman Termite of Winchester, Tennessee in 2000, then Tennessee Valley Termite of Chattanooga Tennessee in 2010, and United Exterminating of Jasper, Tennessee in 2011.

For a totally free inspection of your entire home or facility, please call us at 931-967-4547 or from Coffee Co. 931-455-3654 or Contact Us HERE. If you use our contact form, remember, we will need your name, address, and phone number to arrange for your free inspection. We will not use this information for ANY other purpose. A trained BURL'S Termite & Pest Control inspector can assist you with your termite and/or pest control needs.

No matter how your home is constructed, where it's located, or how old it is, it could be attacked by subterranean termites. They are a threat across 70 per cent of the world and in every part of the United States except Alaska. They cause $5 billion worth of damage each year in the U.S. alone - damage not covered by most homeowner's insurance. And damage that can go undetected while it grows for years on end. It's their ability to so masterfully avoid detection that makes termites so insidiously destructive.