Exterminating, Inc., was established in Rockport, Texas, in 1978. Since
then, the company has grown to include seven employees and today offers a
wide range of pest control services to both commercial and residential
customers in Aransas County.
Our commitment to quality and customer care is not complicated. For us it
means employing only highly trained, credentialed employees; offering a
clear, easy-to-understand warranty and termite service agreement;
maintaining a drug-free workplace; advertising truthfully and ethically;
and maintaining an up-to-date insurance policy.
Every Albin Exterminating technician that comes to your home has undergone
a criminal background check, drug screening and a motor vehicle check and
offers a service warranty on all the services they do for your home.
Research and Innovation
Albin Exterminating has partnered with manufacturers like Bayer, BASF,
FMC and institutions such as Texas A&M University in developing new
products and methods for controlling pests like wooly worms and Formosan
The company was the first to recognize an infestation of the highly
destructive Formosans in the area, and has provided expert testimony
before the Environmental Protection Agency on the subject of termiticide
Training and Technology
All Albin Exterminating technicians exceed the minimum training
state law. We are the only local pest control company
technology for pest and termite control.
Professional and Business Affiliations
Rockport-Fulton Chamber of Commerce
Coastal Bend Pest Control Association
Better Business Bureau
National Federation of Independent Businesses
Charter members of the 100 Club of Aransas County
Quality Pro Designation
In 2006, Albin Exterminating became the first independently owned company in the Coastal Bend to earn the prestigious Quality-Pro designation from the National Pest Management Association. In mid-2008 Albin Exterminating chose to withdraw its membership from both the National Association and the Texas Pest Control Association, thereby giving up the Quality-Pro designation. We still maintain the high standards required for the designation, and hope to re-apply at some point.
The reason for our decision was that the TPCA has exceedingly lax standards for membership, and companies that operate in a less than ethical way are still welcomed in as members as long as they pay their $75 membership
fee. Since there is a reciprocal agreement between the two associations, we could not leave one without giving up membership to the other. This membership was �forcing� us to be associated with companies whether or not they had the same high standards as Albin Exterminating.
This was a difficult decision, but we just could not participate in an organization (TPCA) that allows unethical operators
to cast a shadow on our reputation.
Does NPMA do good things for the industry? Absolutely! Does TPCA do good things for the industry? Without question. But this one issue is far too significant to be ignored. TPCA has indicated that they will be working on this issue. Once resolved, Albin Exterminating will again become a participating member of both associations.
Albin Exterminating is a proud supporter of the South
we also provide ongoing support to:
Center for the Arts
Texas Maritime Museum
Habitat for Humanity
Good Samaritan Center
and many other local civic, religious and community organizations