Residential Pest Control Services in Utah



Learn more about our residential pest control program for your home’s complete, year-round protection. Our proven methods at H2 Pest Control get to the root of the problem to provide you with a more effective and more permanent solution. See what a difference our pest control technicians can make for your home in preventing spiders, mice, voles, wasps, and other common Utah pests.

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1. Free Consultation

Our residential pest control service starts with a free phone consultation to determine the extent of the issue. The more information you can give us about the severity of the problem, as well as any potential sources of the infestation, the better our pest control technicians will be able to solve your pest problem.

After the consultation, we’ll come up with a customized treatment plan to prevent and protect against pests now and in the future. H2 Pest Control offers personalized treatment plans that will give the best results for each individual customers’ pest problem. No two houses are exactly the same which is why we do not offer a one-size-fits-all approach. Our thorough inspection plans give our technicians the information needed to treat your residence effectively and if additional pests are found, we can adjust the treatment plan accordingly. 

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2. Fast Turnaround Time

The friendly and fully-licensed technicians from H2 Pest Control will do a full interior and exterior inspection and pest control service. There is no need to leave your home during an H2 Pest Control service! Like with our rodent and pest control baits, all our treatments are safe for the environment and safe for your family through the use of our locked bait stations.

Depending on the severity of the problem and the treatment plan we put together, the application of eco-friendly pesticides that we put down may require some time to take effect. We will monitor the situation with you to ensure the job is done the right way. Our goal is to make pest control as stress-free for you, your family, and your property as possible. Remember, if you ever have any questions about our residential pest control methods, please don’t hesitate to ask!

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3. Year-Round Applications and Warranty

For the best results, we service March through October and give our customers that take advantage of our ongoing prevention packages a re-service guarantee. This means that if they have any problems during the winter or between services, we will come back out at no charge.  Some pests require more frequent or different types of treatments than others, all of which will be factored into your home’s residential pest control plan. You can choose between a one-time treatment or a seasonal treatment program with a guarantee and free re-treatments. We do recommend a yearly treatment to ensure pests don’t return, especially if you’ve had a major pest control problem in the past.

See fewer pests in as little as a day with H2 Pest Control’s residential services! With our year-round protection, enjoy peace of mind throughout every season.

If you receive regular treatments from us and continue to see pests on your property, we offer a pest-free warranty! Give us a call, and we’ll come back to apply more pest or rodent treatments for free.

Common Causes for Residential Pest Control in Utah

Utah is home to a wide variety of pests, bugs, and creepy-crawlies. Here are some of the most common reasons you might need to call on our residential pest control services:


These tiny insects can infest your home with no warning. Though harmless, larger varieties can cause damage to your property by chewing through wood so H2 Pest Control can help you get rid of them, fast. Using long-lasting preventive barriers, we can also stop them from coming back.


Our residential pest control inspection service will find the spiders other pest control companies might miss. If you don’t want to share space with these creepy critters, give H2 Pest Control a call and we’ll treat spider infestations and webs from your home.

Wasps and Other Flying Insects

If you’re seeing paper wasps, yellow jackets, hornets and the like, there’s probably a nest somewhere on your property. The fully-certified technicians at H2 Pest Control can safely remove nests from your residence and stop the wasps from coming back.

Rats and Mice

An infestation of rats, mice or other rodents is everyone’s worst nightmare. Rest assured that the experts at H2 Pest Control can take care of rodent issues from your home with our effective residential pest control services.

Types of Treatments

How do we treat for spiders, insects, rodents and more?

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Pest Control Sprays

Spray treatments provide wide barriers around your home that repel most pests. Since all our pest control sprays are eco-friendly, you and your family won’t need to leave while we spray outside your home. We’ll target vulnerable entry points, including doorframes, windowsills, window wells, garage doors, and other dark and warm places.

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Granular Treatments

When necessary, we use granular treatments as an additional barrier to keep pests from your home. Granular pest control is larger than particles used in dust treatments, and our technicians will place it in the soil surrounding your property near the foundation. Granular treatments are also effective at rooting out additional pests that might be living in the areas surrounding your home.

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Baiting is an effective treatment for monitoring and controlling mice, voles, and other rodents, along with cockroaches.

The H2 Difference for Pest-Free Homes

From the initial consultation to the ongoing service treatment applications, we at H2 Pest Control put our customers’ satisfaction first. We aren’t pleased with our services until you’re completely satisfied with our services.

We also ensure that no area of your home is overlooked. Commonly missed areas by other pest control companies, like overhanging eaves and underneath balconies, are always on our checklist. That, combined with our pest and property-specific treatments, provides complete protection for your home.

Find out just how effective our residential pest control services can be! Contact H2 Pest Control today for a free consultation and affordable, year-round pest control near you in Lehi, Eagle Mountain, American Fork, Orem, or anywhere in Utah County, Salt Lake County and surrounding areas.


Unwanted pests can enter your homes by either going through any cracks or holes that are near windows or doors. They can also enter the home by hitching a lift on other objects like furniture or even humans.

Pests can also use vents and piping that travel through your walls to enter the house. It is important to clean and cover these holes as a deterrent.

Lastly, pests can enter through open windows or doors, and you may not spot them. If you are worried that you have unwanted pests, make sure to use screeds and other blocking items to block these pathways.

Most commercial pesticides and insecticides are safe for your family and pets, as a lot of these chemicals are organic and natural. It is vital that before you apply any of these chemicals that you read the instructions and check for any toxic chemicals in them by reading the ingredients.

Even if the pest control has harmful ingredients, the amount that is in it is very minimal. But you should still take precautions when handling and using it. It is also important to close off the area so small children, and pests do not go near it.

Depending on what was discussed with the service, you may need to set up the area for the company. Below is a list of some things you may need to set up before the pest control company arrives.

  • Move furniture and belongings from the walls to give access to pest controls so that they can spray all the walls.
  • Prepare access to all areas, such as dark corners and hard-to-reach areas, and make sure to open all cupboards that need to be sprayed.
  • Make sure all food items are stored away in the refrigerator and in cupboards that won’t need to be sprayed.

First, one of the biggest signs of pests in your home is the actual pest. You may see them inside your home or in big clusters outside. This is a surefire way of spotting any pests. You can also spot that you have pests using the signs listed below.

  • Damaged food boxes – You’ll see holes chewed into them. This can be a sign of an unwanted pest like a rodent eating your food.
  • Odd smells and odors are lurking around in areas – These odors are usually sweet and musky. Rodents often have the scent of urine or ammonia.
  • Fecal droppings or food crumbs scattered around.

You can identify what type of pest is infesting your home by looking at the signs. If you have food containers that look chewed or rodent-sized feces lying around, it is a telltale sign that you have a rodent that is eating your food.

You can also use odor smells to identify what type of pest is infesting your house. Insects give off a sweet and musky smell while rodents give off more of a urine or ammonia smell.

To prevent unwanted pests from entering your home, you can use some of these methods:

  • Sealing any cracks that have formed by entrances to your home. These can be cracks and holes found near windows and doors. Sealing them can stop the pests from using them to get in.
  • Cleaning out any vents or pipes and adding filters in them as a way to block them but still allow air to travel through them.
  • If you want to keep your doors or windows open but do not want pests from entering, you need to have screeds installed that allow airflow but stops the pests from entering.

You can see if you have a pest infestation in your home by looking at the following signs.

  • Evidence of nesting by rodents, You can see this by looking in small cracks and areas, and a common material they use to build their nests is shredded paper.
  • Many dead insects in one space can be a sign that there are a lot of bugs and insects infesting your home.
  • Small holes or bite marks in walls and floors can be an indication of rodents. Chewed-up electrical wires are also an indication.

Yes, pests can destroy your furniture and the structure of your house. Termites are known to eat out the framework of many houses and even destroy the rafters of the roof. Bugs will also live in electrical sockets and destroy the equipment in them.

If you have drywall, rodents can chew through and make a nest inside the walls, as it can be a safe and cramped area for them to survive and reproduce.

To keep your pantry or your cupboard free of weevils or any other pantry pests, it is important not to leave any open foods out. Weevils and moths are known to contaminate and eat any foods that are not stored in sealed containers.

Make sure to regularly clean out the pantry or cupboards by vacuuming if you suspect you have pantry pests. If you have any open foods that have gone stale or bad, remove them, as it can stop the pests from getting nutrients.

The safest way to dispose of any pests is to put them into plastic bags, then seal the bags so nothing can enter or leave the bag. Then take another bag and place the bag into it, and seal it.

It may feel like overkill to double-seal the dead pest, but this is to ensure that no other pests can get into the bag.

If you suspect or know that your neighbor is experiencing a pest infestation and it is affecting your home, and you have no idea what to do. Below is a list of some steps that you can take.

  • Contact your neighbor and discuss the pest infestation issue that is now plaguing both of you.
  • If the neighbor cannot afford the extermination, maybe share the cost to lower the amount.
  • If you can not resolve the issue, contact the local authorities like your local government animal control to step in.

You can keep bugs out of your plants by planting some known bug and insect-resistant plants like lavender and mint around your garden to deter the pests. Using physical barriers can keep rodents out of your plants.


"Baden was a great tech today! Everyone I’ve had come by from H2 has been friendly and professional. One tech even helped us look through all our garage items for the cause of a stench. They’ll drop by to spray even before their office opens at 8. They go above and beyond! Great service."

-Andrea Page


"I have worked with multiple pest control companies over the years. H2 pest control has been my favorite. They do a great job on coming out for your regular sprays."

-Courtney Wattles


"Baden did a great job! He was quick, personable, and great to work with. Excited to see how the initial spray works in the coming weeks and months. So far, great customer service."

-Rachel Libby


"Baden did a great job treating the problems we had! He answered questions, and was very helpful!"

-Cynthia Berger