Pest Control in Holladay

Named after Mormon pioneer John Holladay, the city of Holladay, UT is the oldest continuously inhabited place in the whole state of Utah. On the edge of the Salt Lake City metro area, Holladay has boomed and grown, especially since its incorporation in 1999. Along with residential and commercial expansion comes more issues with pest control. Unwanted pests and rodents are attracted by human trash or look for alternative homes if their habitats are threatened. H2 Pest Control is a Utah-based pest control company serving Holladay and surrounding areas so please give us a call if your Holladay home or business is affected by ants, wasps, rodents, spiders or any other type of beetle, bug or pest.

Common Pests in Holladay, UT

In the hot summer months, you’ll notice an increase in insects looking for sources of water. In Holladay’s freezing winters, rodents will be on the hunt for warmer nesting sites which could include your home or garage. Eliminate and prevent pests by calling H2 Pest Control today. Our friendly and fully qualified technicians will be your Holladay property and dealing with your pest issue in no time. Here are just a few of the common pests we can treat for in Holladay, UT:


If you spot a lone ant in your kitchen you might think nothing of it but it’s usually a scout for a whole colony that could invade your property at any time. Holladay has several species of ant, including the Pavement ant and Carpenter ant which can grow quite large and actually cause damage to your home. H2 Pest Control brings expert knowledge in locating ant entry points and carrying out a thorough inspection to eliminate these pesky insects from your home. We also have a re-service guarantee, meaning that if you see any ants after the initial treatment, we’ll come back out and do another treatment for free.

Wasps and Other Stinging Insects

It isn’t just common wasps that Holladay residents have to deal with. Yellow jackets, bees, and hornets can also be a nuisance if you’re outside. These flying, swarming insects can be especially aggressive if you happen to be near a nest, so to avoid painful stings, get professional wasp nest removal services from H2 Pest Control. As Utah natives, we know the places these insects like to build nests. Our comprehensive treatment plans will get rid of these pests, deter them from returning and let you get back to enjoying your outside space.


Rodents are one of the worst pests to have in your home and they’re on the increase in the Salt Lake City metro area. Not only can they cause damage to walls, beams or wiring, they can also spread diseases to your family and pets. While you can do your best to prevent rats or mice from entering your home, it’s not always enough. If you are in Holladay, UT or surrounding areas and hear or see signs of rodent infestation in your property, call H2 Pest Control for fast, effective rodent removal and preventive treatments. Rats love the streams and creeks that flow through Holladay and you don’t want these pests to make your home their next nesting site!


Hobo spiders, Jumping spiders, Wolf spiders and Black Widows are all prevalent in Holladay, UT. While most species of spider found in Utah are harmless, the notorious Black Widow can give a painful and potentially dangerous bite.

Regular treatments are recommended to keep your home and yard spider-free. And if you’re not completely satisfied, H2 Pest Control offers a free re-service guarantee in the Holladay area meaning that there’s really no reason not to give us a call.

Further Resources for Pests in Holladay, UT

Getting Rid of Spiders in Holladay, UT – H2 Pest Control’s ultimate guide to spiders.

Black Widow Bites – what to do if you’re bitten by a Black Widow spider in Holladay, UT.

Mammals in Holladay – a comprehensive list of mammals to be found in Utah, including rodents.

Common Insects in Holladay – a guide to the top 20 insects you might see in Holladay and surrounding areas.

Other Holladay Bugs – some less common bugs and creepy crawlies in the Salt Lake City metro area.