Pest Control

Having your house and yard regularly inspected for common Utah pests and serviced to prevent infestations is important, for maintaining both the health and safety of your home. Spiders, wasps and other unwelcome guests are more than just a nuisance-- they can put your family at risk. However, these risks are completely avoidable with regular pest control services from your Utah Country Local: Summit Lawn & Pest Control. Here are some of the common pests we treat:

  • spider


    Two of the most poisonous house spiders in the world, the hobo spider and the black widow, are common residents of Utah. A bite from one of these spiders can cause serious illness, and even death, so eradicating them from your home is essential to the health of your family.

  • Boxelder Bug

    Boxelder Bugs

    These little black and red bugs may seem harmless on the surface, but you’ll begin to feel differently when you see the damage an infestation can do to your home and yard. Boxelder bugs live in a variety of trees, and consume the leaves and nutrients that your plant life needs to thrive. When the weather cools, your resident boxelder bugs will be looking to move indoors, and will do so by the thousands, using your home as a winter getaway.

  • Wasp

    Bees, Wasps & Hornets

    Stinging insects are not only annoying, they can be dangerous, especially to those who have an allergy to them. Bees, wasps, and hornets all travel in groups, and having several show up around your yard usually means that you have many more working behind the scenes. Regular pest control services will keep stinging insects at bay, and make your yard a safe place to play.

  • Ant


    It all starts with one ant, one lonely little scout looking for a bite to eat, but it never stops there. Ants are impressive insects with their strength and ingenuity, but they can be a real problem when they begin showing up by the thousands. Getting rid of an ant problem is a daunting task, but we’ve got you covered. We can get rid of the ants, eliminate the chemical trail they leave behind, and prevent more ants from showing up in the future.