Known as Utah’s Art City, Springville, Utah is located along the base of the Wasatch Mountain Range. The Springville Museum of Art is one of the city’s main attractions with exhibits and esteemed works from local and national artists. Each year, Springville hosts its Art City Days that highlights several artists while also celebrating summer with a city parade, sports, and other activities.
But for residents who live in Springville, it’s more than just a cultural center. It’s a family-friendly small town where some families have lived for generations. You can find everything you need nearby in Provo or under an hour away in Salt Lake City, without having to live around the bustling crowds and noisy urban setting.
Several homes in Springville have large acreage for horses and other farmland. The city itself has over 20 parks including Hobble Creek Park and Wayne Bartholomew Park. Whether or not homes are in a more rural part of town, living right along the mountains and nearby Hobble Creek Canyon gives residents the chance to enjoy nice, quiet living while soaking in the beauty of the Wasatch Mountains in their own backyard.
Being close to the mountains and forested areas, however, makes Springville, UT prone to more pests. Even homes without land for horses or within close proximity to one of the city’s many parks experience several kinds of pest invaders.
Pests are drawn to locations where they can seek shelter, such as in these highly wooded areas. What’s more, they are also attracted to areas with bodies of water, something Springville is known for. In fact, the city is named after all of its freshwater springs that flow from the mountains. That combination, forests and abundant water sources, make Springville prime real estate for pests.
Knowing this, H2 Pest Control offers personalized pest treatments for your home. Homes with more acres could use more frequent pest repellent applications around the property, for example. To find the best solution for your pest control, we inspect your entire property for areas that need our attention and effective treatments. Contact us today to request an inspection and a free quote for our services!
Ants love the woods and parks around Springville. Especially damp wood is the perfect place for ants to tunnel through and seek shelter. You may notice them at one of the many picnic spots up Hobble Creek Canyon or even when enjoying a summer’s night on your back porch.