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Salt Lake City is the capital of Utah and the most populous city in the state. To help protect your Salt Lake City home or business from the wide variety of pests that also live in our area, the technicians at White Knight Pest Control provide reliable and trustworthy pest control services. We are committed to finding the right solution to keep your residential or commercial property free of pests throughout every season. As a family-owned and operated company, we are proud to be one of the top pest control providers in the areas we serve. Prevent pests such as termites, cockroaches, rodents, and more from invading your property and taking away your peace of mind by partnering with White Knight Pest Control today. We’re happy to work with you to develop a comprehensive plan that fits all of your pest control needs.
Your Salt Lake City home won’t feel like a safe, comfortable place to relax after a long day if pests are running around and causing problems. Pest infestations can lead to increased stress, the spread of disease, and the destruction of your property. To protect your residential property from pests and prevent your home from becoming a place where nuisance and dangerous pests also choose to live, the technicians here at White Knight Pest Control offer some general pest prevention tips:
Keep your trash bins sealed with tight-fitting lids.
Trim hedges, shrubs, tree limbs, and other vegetation away from your exterior walls.
Install a door sweep on all the doors that lead outside.
Seal potential entry points around the exterior of your property.
Pick up uneaten pet food.
Reduce sources of excess moisture.
Prevention tips are a step in the right direction, but they’re not as effective as ongoing residential pest control services from White Knight Pest Control. We provide three different home pest control plans to accommodate your needs: monthly, bimonthly, and quarterly. Don’t hesitate to contact White Knight Pest Control today to find out which of our home pest control plans is right for your Salt Lake City property.
The success of your Salt Lake City business depends on the satisfaction of your customers. If your customers enjoy your products and services, they’ll certainly return in the future. But if your customers notice pests in your commercial facility, it could drive them away for good. Give your Salt Lake City business the protection it needs by putting into place a commercial pest control plan from White Knight Pest Control. Our technicians have the experience, skill, and pest-knowledge needed to protect your commercial property from all kinds of common pests. Don’t wait for rodents, insects, or spiders to invade your commercial facility and ruin your reputation. Instead, reach out to White Knight Pest Control for commercial pest control solutions you can count on.
Ticks are common warm-weather pests that become active in early spring and stay active well into the fall. Although these blood-feeding pests typically prefer animals with thick fur coats as their hosts, they often bite humans as well. Ticks will wait in bushes, trees, leaf litter, and other foliage with their legs outstretched until a warm-blooded animal passes by. Then they grasp onto the animal (or person) and find a spot to start feeding. Unfortunately, ticks are dangerous pests that can transmit numerous diseases. Some of the diseases ticks spread include Rocky Mountain spotted fever, babesiosis, Lyme disease, and anaplasmosis. Contrary to popular belief, not all infected ticks spread diseases when they bite. Some diseases, such as Lyme disease, require a tick to remain embedded in your skin for over 48 hours before it can spread. The best way to avoid dealing with ticks is to implement an effective tick control plan for your property. At White Knight Pest Control, we’re proud to provide treatments for a wide range of pests, including ticks. Give us a call today to learn more about our tick control and treatment methods.
United States property owners spend more than 5 billion dollars to control termite activity and repair the damage they cause. These small, wood-eating insects are often called “silent destroyers” because they can sneak into properties and cause extensive structural damage undetected. If you want to avoid dealing with the costly damage that termite infestations cause, it’s important to prevent them from invading your Salt Lake City home or business.
Use the termite prevention tips below to avoid attracting termites to your Salt Lake City property:
Locate and seal any cracks, gaps, or crevices in your foundation that could act as entry points for termites.
Minimize areas of direct wood-to-soil contact by keeping a minimum of 18 inches between the soil and wooden portions of your property.
Reduce sources of excess moisture around your home or business by installing dehumidifiers and repairing leaky pipes.
Check your downspouts to ensure they divert water away from the foundation of your property.
Remove wooden materials from your lawn, such as stumps, old fence posts, and logs.
If you notice signs of termite activity in or around your Salt Lake City property, you should immediately contact the professionals here at White Knight Pest Control for help. We understand how destructive and costly termite infestations can be, which is why our termite treatments are designed to eliminate your termite problems at their source. Reach out to us today to learn more about our termite control process.
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