TERRITORY MAP & CITY LISTINGS
The close proximity of homes and businesses to the Burien’s wooded areas and lakes makes for a high possibility of customers, family, and pets coming into contact with several types of pests.
Large cities like Seattle are a breeding ground for many difficult and invasive pests, such as rodents, ants, and bed bugs. No matter how clean you keep your living or working space, every Seattle resident is at risk of an infestation.
West Seattle: the hidden gem of the Pacific Northwest. Well, not quite so hidden these days, but still beautiful and charming—and chock full of Rats, Odorous House Ants, Subterranean Termites, and other pests.
Between its numerous parks and trails, Redmond has an abundance of naturally beauty for you to explore. Like many cities in the Pacific Northwest, Redmond’s abundance of natural greenbelt areas attracts a wide variety of different pests.
Performing pest control in and around Bellevue and other Eastside communities can be very interesting. Most structures, new or old, can be prone to pest infestation.
Certain areas around Renton show signs of age, which can sometimes open the door for pests like Rats, Ants, and Spiders to move in.
Despite its more modern downtown, Issaquah is still beset on all sides by a multitude of naturally occurring greenbelt areas.
There are a lot of beautiful high-end homes in Sammamish, with more new houses being built there every day. However, just because a home is new does not make it impervious to pests.
SeaTac’s status as a hub city for travel coupled with its abundance of restaurants and hotels have created conditions for pests to thrive.
Tukwila’s abundance of restaurants and shopping centers offer a surplus of food, water, and shelter for local pests.