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We live and work locally!

Nature’s Balance is a local Utah company, not a franchise. We know the types of insects and rodents that thrive here.

However, Utah does have insects and pests that can cause severe damage to you, your loved ones, and your home. As your neighbor, we balance effective pest control and your safety by offering dependable service with environmentally friendly products at prices that rival synthetic chemical users. Our products are made from plant oils and other natural ingredients . . . and they smell good too!

As a homeowner, you can depend on our responsiveness and affordability. Since we live and work here locally, we can respond promptly to your pest management needs. There’s a reason that when you search “best pest control near me” that our name comes up at the top of the results. Our long list of repeat customers and referrals from existing customers attests to our attention to detail in making sure that you are satisfied.

We want your business and your satisfaction. Let Nature’s Balance Pest Control eliminate your residential pest problems by using effective and eco-friendly solutions.


Call 435-246-7083 to speak with a professional.


Some Common Types of Pests Include
Box Elder Bugs
Carpet Beetles
Elm Seed Bugs
Stink Bugs
Conifer Seed Bugs


We also offer pest control for mice, rats, and voles.

Pictured: Nasty property damage caused by voles.

“I called Nature’s Balance to take care of a huge vole problem we noticed after a hard winter. Our lawn on every side of our home was virtually destroyed by vole tunnels. They came out immediately and discussed the solutions and have been very responsive to all my emails. They came out quickly and set up the treatment and our vole problem has been eliminated. I highly recommend Nature’s Balance for your pest problems.”
-Robin D.




Squirrels are nice to see in a park and don’t usually cause any problems in your yard. However, if they get into your attic or crawl space, it’s time to call in a pest control company to prevent damage to your home.


Ants aren’t inherently dangerous, but when one enters your home, many usually follow. Ant invasions can number in the thousands, contaminating your food. Ants themselves can also be a food source for larger pests who may want to come inside.

Carpet Beetles

Carpet beetles are small insects that can cause a lot of damage to your home by chewing through carpet, as well as furniture and other items made of wool, feathers, silk, and leather.

Boxelder Bugs

Boxelder bugs are Northern Utah residents identifiable by their black bodies with red markings. Dramatic temperature swings can cause them to enter your home in large numbers through tiny openings.

Conifer Seed Bugs

Western conifer seed bugs, or pine seed bugs, are common throughout Utah and frequently make their way indoors. Although they’re not dangerous, they’re generally still undesirable because they congregate in very large groups and emit a distinctive bitter odor when startled.


Like moths, earwigs are attracted to light, which makes them more likely to be found on your patio in the evenings. In certain weather conditions, they’ll try to travel indoors as well. These insects are nocturnal and enjoy cool, moist environments.

Stink Bugs

Stink bugs don’t pose any particular danger to your home, yard, family members, or pets, but these shield-shaped insects release a foul odor when killed that can linger for days.



Pocket Gophers

Pocket gophers are less likely to enter your home but can wreak havoc on your lawn with their tunnels and accompanying dirt mounds. These gophers are notoriously difficult to catch on your own.


In addition to the strong, unpleasant odor they emit when threatened, skunks can also cause damage to landscaping and spread diseases, including rabies. If you see a skunk in your yard, don’t approach it—this could cause it to spray.


Like gophers, voles will dig through your yard and leave tracks in the grass. However, these mice-like rodents are identifiable by the tell-tale holes they leave behind that are only about the size of a golf ball.

Ground Squirrels

Unlike the squirrels you’re probably used to, ground squirrels make their homes underground. In northern Utah, these are known colloquially as chislers or potguts.


Marmots (sometimes called rock chucks) are larger animals and can be fun to see while hiking in the Wasatch mountains. However, you don’t want them taking up residence in your backyard. These rodents can cause damage to your lawn, steal produce from your garden, and even weaken the structural integrity of your home’s foundation. A pest control professional can trap these animals safely.


Unlike their helpful bee cousins, hornets can be aggressive, and their stings are painful. Although not usually of medical concern, hornets can be dangerous when an individual is allergic or is stung multiple times. Regardless, hornets can quickly put an end to an enjoyable outdoor activity.


Wasps often build their nests on and around residential homes, including in the siding or eaves. Like hornets, paper wasps can cause painful stings. Anything larger than a very small nest should be taken care of by a professional pest control technician.



As a homeowner, no one likes having to deal with pests. Unfortunately, many common pests in Utah might try to make your house their home. Common pests you should look out for include ants, box elder bugs, carpet beetles, cockroaches, wasps, earwigs, elm seed bugs, spiders, stink bugs, and conifer seed bugs. But insects aren’t the only pests to watch for. Rodents might try to make your crawl space or attic their home, but they won’t stop at that. Mice, rats, and voles can also cause significant damage to your yard if you have an infestation on your hands. As a homeowner, stay aware of any signs that you might have a pest or critter infestation and contact professionals as soon as possible to handle the situation.

If you suspect you have pests living in your home, you can find out for sure in a few ways. You’ll want to look out for several signs to not only know if you have pests in your home but what kind you have too. One of the most obvious signs is pest droppings. You should also look out for nests, grease marks, and physical damage to your property that wasn’t there before.

At Nature’s Balance, we believe in reducing the impact we have on the environment while effectively treating your home for pests. We offer eco-friendly pest control products that come from natural ingredients, such as minerals, essential oils, and plant extracts. However, some pest problems require a harsher treatment, which is why we also offer more traditional, synthetic forms of pest control. In these situations, we will let you know what we are planning to use before we treat your home.

No, you will not need to leave your home when our professionals come out to treat your house for pests. Since we use organic pest control, you can stay home while we treat your house, and we will be done in no time. Our services will never pose an inconvenience to you or your household so that you can continue your day uninterrupted as we handle your pest problem.

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Toxic chemicals may eliminate your pest problem, but these chemicals can also harm sensitive habitats surrounding our residential homes and commercial buildings in Utah. Nature’s Balance Pest Control is an affordable, hassle-free alternative you can feel good about. Your family will be safe and not inconvenienced, your home will be pest-free, and Utah’s diverse ecosystems won’t be harmed by our green solutions.

However big the problem, we guarantee our green products can do the job. Our products are 100% environmentally safe and just as effective as traditional chemical products. We’re happy to provide Utah with an eco-friendly pest control alternative that’s affordable, effective, and a better choice for the environment. Nature’s Balance will be there when you need us; and when we’re done, it’ll be like we were never there at all.

For a free consultation, call or email us today.