Nature’s Balance Pest Control is the premier company in Park City and the surrounding areas for keeping your home and business pest-free. Nature’s Balance is a locally owned, Utah-based business specializing in eco-friendly pest control solutions for Utah’s unique pests.
NATURE’S BALANCE PEST CONTROL
The health and safety of your loved ones come first, which is why we use products that are extremely effective yet often less toxic than table salt. You can rest assured that with Nature’s Balance Pest Control, your home or business will be protected with the most environmentally friendly, pet-safe services in the industry.
We know you want to rid your home of every pest you see and even the ones you don’t! That’s why we work hard to make sure your home is a haven for you and your family. We’re a local company, independently owned, not a franchise. Our friendly, experienced team are experts at identifying and eliminating the pests that threaten your Park City home. Because we’re local, we provide prompt, superior service with unmatched results using natural products that really work. We’re your neighbors, and we’re committed to providing affordable, reliable services when you need them. Whether you need residential or commercial pest control, rest assured that a call to Nature’s Balance is the wisest choice you can make for your family.
From wolf spiders to orb weavers, Park City is home to several spider species. While not all spiders are dangerous, you can find black widows, hobo spiders, and more throughout Park City. Our pest control specialists will help remove spiders of all kinds.
Two species of cockroaches live in Park City: the German cockroach and the Oriental cockroach. German cockroaches tend to stay inside and are attracted to food and damp conditions. Whichever type you’re facing in Park City, we can help take care of them.
Although there are over 12,000 species of ants worldwide, you’ll generally find only four ant species in Park City, Utah. Despite their small size, ants can cause expensive damage to your home or business. Our professional ant pest control technicians can help.
Park City has several species of mice that you can find both inside and outside. Harvest mice, deer mice, and house mice are the most common mice in the area. Turn to our experienced pest professionals to rid your property of these nocturnal pests.
Wasps are social insects, meaning that they are rarely alone. Where you see one wasp, you’ll likely find more nearby. If wasps have taken up residence near your Park City home or business, we can remove them for you.
Exterior services are usually not necessary during Park City winters because of freezing temperatures. The best time to prevent and eliminate insects and spiders is when they are active. Because they are cold-blooded, they usually die or go dormant during the winter months. However, if they found their way inside your home before winter, they could still be an issue and may require treatment. Insects and spiders will become active during the spring, which is why we recommend resuming exterior treatments when temperatures begin to rise.
Rodents, however, do not hibernate in winter. They actively seek out warm shelter and food, so mice infestations are even more likely in the colder months. We recommend year-round protection against mice.
Our recommended treatment frequency for insects and spiders is every seven weeks (four times between May and November). At Nature’s Balance, we use natural products that are extremely effective at preventing and eliminating pests. However, because they are less toxic, many of these products break down quickly and do not have the long residual effects like harsh chemicals used by other companies. Regular, scheduled services are the best way to keep your home pest-free. We can also customize a treatment plan to meet your specific needs.
No. Cleaning immediately after pest control treatments may actually reduce its effectiveness. While other pest control companies may use harsh chemicals and toxic sprays, Nature’s Balance uses products from natural ingredients that won’t put your family at risk. You do not have to leave your home while we apply the treatment, and you won’t need to clean up after us. In fact, most people like the fresh minty smell of our products.
No. We don’t “lock” you into a long-term pest control contract. However, we do require a signed service agreement if you want us to perform regular pest prevention services. Its purpose is to clearly explain what you can expect. You are free to use our services as needed, whether that’s once or multiple times a year. And we offer substantial discounts if you choose to have us perform regular pest prevention services.
Large pest control franchises often provide “cookie-cutter” services that they provide across multiple states with a “one-size-fits-all” approach. Other national or regional companies might only address certain pest issues and may not have the tools or expertise to address more challenging pest issues. Alternatively, local pest control companies are invested in you, your experience, and your community.
As a local pest control company, Nature’s Balance Pest Control has in-depth knowledge of the Park City area and the pests that live here. Our goal is to provide you with the best service possible. We offer unique, customized solutions to resolve your pest problem. We want to create long-term relationships because you’re more to us than just a number. For the best pest control services in Park City, call Nature’s Balance.
We’ve compiled a list of reliable resources to help you identify pests and their bites or stings in Park City, Utah.
Utah Insect Identification: This site includes pictures, names, and other helpful information about the 640+ insects found in Utah.
Wasps vs. Hornets vs. Yellowjackets: Utah State University published this guide to show the differences between hornets, yellowjackets, and paper wasps. This guide also includes pest pictures, descriptions, and allergic reaction symptoms.
How to Identify & Treat Spider Bites: This Healthline article goes over the most common venomous spiders, spider bite symptoms, and when to see a doctor for a spider bite.
How to Tell the Difference Between Mice, Rats, and Voles: Our pest experts examine some of the simplest ways to determine which type of rodent you might be facing.
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