Draper Ut Pest Control

Expert Pest Management Solutions In Draper, UT

When pests create a nuisance, Draper residents and business owners contact Salt Lake City County pest control for solutions. While this is certainly a good idea, we hope you don't wait until pests are annoying you before you get pest control for your home or business.

The best way to deal with pest problems is to be proactive. Today, we're going to give you a few examples of how proactive pest control can save you money and prevent the unwanted consequences associated with common pests.

Residential Pest Control In Draper, UT

Pest problems come in many forms. Some pests are just annoying. We're going to focus on the pests in Draper that bite, sting, spread diseases, and damage property.

  • When you have perimeter protection for your home, you keep harmful pests at bay. Your perimeter control will include routine inspections to catch wasp problems early. Treatments will keep assassin bugs out. Spider web removal will help to address the issue of black widow and brown recluse spiders.
  • When you have perimeter protection, you'll keep dirty pests out, such as cockroaches, flies, and rodents.
  • When you have perimeter protection, you can get coverage for ticks, fleas, mosquitoes, and more. These pests are known to transmit diseases.
  • When you have perimeter protection, you keep moths and other pests from damaging your plants.
  • When you have perimeter protection, you prevent carpet beetles, silverfish, and other destructive pests from getting inside and damaging your belongings.

Did you notice a theme? We mentioned perimeter protection quite a bit. Perimeter protection keeps pests away from your home and helps to prevent indoor infestations. When you have an ongoing home pest control service, you get protection from pest-borne diseases, bites, stings, and property damage. If you live in Draper, reach out to Mountain West Pest Control for assistance in selecting a pest plan for your home.

How to Get Rid of Termites

Getting rid of termites can be a challenging task, especially if the infestation is severe. Here are some steps you can take to eliminate termites from your home:

  • Identify the type of termites infesting your home, such as subterranean, drywood, or dampwood, to determine the most suitable treatment method.
  • Thoroughly inspect your home for signs of termite infestation, including mud tubes, damaged wood, discarded wings, and termite droppings.
  • Eliminate sources of moisture by fixing leaks and ensuring proper ventilation in damp areas like crawl spaces and attics.
  • Remove wood debris, stumps, and dead trees from around your home, and store firewood away from the house and off the ground to eliminate termite food sources.
  • Consider using termite baits containing slow-acting toxins, applied strategically to lure termites and eradicate the colony.
  • Apply liquid termiticides to the soil around your home's foundation to create a protective barrier against termite intrusion. Professional pest control services can assist with this treatment.
  • In severe cases, fumigation may be necessary, where the home is tented and gas fumigants are used to eliminate termites. This should be done by licensed professionals.
  • Seek help from pest control professionals if DIY methods are ineffective or if the infestation is severe, as they have the expertise and tools to eradicate termites effectively.
  • Implement preventive measures after eliminating termites, such as regular inspections, maintaining a dry environment, and treating your home with termite repellents or barriers, to prevent future infestations.
  • Remember to regularly monitor your home for signs of termite activity and address any issues promptly to ensure long-term protection against termites.

Commercial Pest Control In Draper, UT

There are many ways pest control problems can impact the financial health of a business. If you own or manage a business, proactive control can prevent unnecessary costs.

  • Proper IPM strategies guard products from pest contamination, and prevent product recalls.
  • Commercial pest control keeps flies, cockroaches, rodents, and other dirty pests from damaging your reputation.
  • Perimeter pest control keeps pests from impacting employee health and morale.
  • Perimeter pest control around rental units may prevent tenants from moving out.
  • Professional termite control works to prevent hidden termite damage and warranties cover termite damage costs.

If you need commercial pest control service for your Draper business, contact Mountain West Pest Control for assistance. We use industry-leading solutions to get effective management of pest threats, and we guarantee our treatments.

We Treat It All From Curb to Fence Line! We don't simply treat the foundation and sweep the eaves of your home. We treat your entire property from curb to fence line. Contact us today to schedule your inclusive pest control service.

Here's What Makes Draper Cockroaches So Dangerous

If we were to go into detail about what makes cockroaches dangerous, it would probably make you sick to your stomach. Let's just reduce this topic to what matters most. Cockroaches are unsanitary. When they eat dirty things, and get into dirty places, they expose themselves to harmful microorganisms.

These microorganisms don't present a problem for cockroaches because these insects are built to deal with them. Humans are not. Therefore, cockroaches are mechanical vectors for bacteria, human pathogens, and parasitic worms. They also present an allergy threat, as their shed parts and waste can cause skin and respiratory irritation. It is always best to take proactive measures to keep cockroaches out. That's why we offer our effective cockroach control service.

The Secret To Keeping Wasps Away From Your Draper Property

You might not know this but it is good to have wasps visit your property. They help with pollinations, and certain wasp species target dangerous spiders. Problems arise when wasps create nests. Therefore, the goal of wasp control is to prevent wasps from creating nests.

How do you keep wasps from creating a nest on your property? Here are a few suggestions:

  • Yellow jackets create nests in the ground. Since they are not burrowing wasps, you can prevent them from creating a ground nest by filling in any holes you find in your yard. Pay particular attention to holes under landscape plants, or small tunnels that animals make in mulch or soil.
  • Wasps are attracted to garbage. Make sure your trash receptacles have covers. It is also helpful to keep your receptacles free of strong odors.
  • Paper wasps create nests in the spring. Routine inspections can catch these nests early. Paper wasps are active during the day. You can sweep these tiny gray blobs away while wasps are out collecting material.

If you have a residential or commercial pest control plan with Mountain West Pest Control, you have ongoing coverage for wasps. During routine inspections, your technician will look for wasp activity and conducive conditions, and address wasp problems before these insects present a stinging hazard.

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