CSI of Virginia is a family-owned and operated business providing Northern Virginia and the surrounding areas with the highest quality termite, pest and lawn services available. Employees from our company strive to stay on the leading edge of providing services, staying educated and certified within our various service industries, and using the latest treatment techniques and equipment available.
In 1995, Barry Robinson decided to combine his 25 years of experience in the pest control industry with his entrepreneurial spirit. The result - AAA Pest Pros, Inc. Started as a home-based business, AAA Pest Pros quickly grew. In 1999, the company moved to a commercial location that accommodated not only the pest management business, but its community outreach effort, the Bug Box, live exotic insect zoo and retail gift shop.
In 2002, several major changes were made. The name was changed to CSI of Virginia, and the company began offering lawn care in Virginia and home inspections as well. In 2005 CSI of Virginia expanded to include a new office and updated Bug Box in Fredericksburg.
Many of our residential and commercial customers have been pleased to offer information to potential customers about our staff and services. An exterminator in Virginia will be happy to provide you with this information upon request.
CSI of Virginia holds current - required - licenses from the following government agencies:
CSI of Virginia carries complete liability and worker's compensation insurance in excess of $1,000,000 in coverage. Customers have the peace of mind knowing their home and property are protected while being treated by a Virginia exterminator from our company.
HomeSafe is the developer of the technology that CSI of Virginia uses during all home inspections. Headquartered in Oxford, Mississippi., HomeSafe inspection offers a unique, cutting-edge approach to home inspections using patented, state-of-the-art technologies available nowhere else in the world.
HomeSafe's technology combines thermal imagingS (infrared) and acoustic (listening) sensors that can actually see and hear through a building's walls, ceiling and floors. Using this technology, your CSI of Virginia home inspector can spot problems or potential problems that likely would go undetected in an ordinary visual inspection.