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I have a bi-level home w/ ENORMOUS WOLF SPIDERS in my garage that connects to my bottom living room, while we have not completely eradicated the issue yet, my reason for leaving a review is really about my technician, Dominique Day. He is amazing. He is so friendly, helpful, professional, and always on time. I think he deserves recognition from leadership. I will continue to use Ehrlich, even though we haven not fully resolved my spider issue, because of Dominique.

Keah P.via Google

Second time using Ehrlich's. Rick was pleasant, personable and informative.

Cindy L.via Google

My service tech is awesome. He makes sure my home is pest free. Only thing I don’t care for is the scheduling tool they have moved to. Sometimes a 2-3 day notice isn’t the most convenient to schedule around. It would be ideal if when my service tech was leaving we could discuss a mutually convenient time to schedule ahead.

Patty P.via Google

We had Chris today who can by and he was so polite and great. Actually, all of the people from your company that came by were excellent! We also had another guy named Darrell that came by a few months ago and he was just so knowledgeable and just a great guy! Please let them know that they did a really awesome job! Thank you!!!

Sara B.via Google
Our Rating: 4.8/5
446 Avenue D , Williston, VT 5495
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  • Initial inspections for termite and bed bug infestations

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Received up to date communications stating when he was arriving and he was exactly on time. He assessed the structure and sprayed for carpenter ants. He was very nice and friendly. Appreciate the professionalism and promptness.

R H. via google

The Technician arrived promptly and did a thorough inspection of the interior/exterior of our property. He made his recommendations and started treatment immediately. So far so good!

William A. via google

Home inspector and technician both showed up right on time and both had lots of advice and possible solutions to offer. Quick and to the point, the tech blocked off a lot of possible entry points for mice and laid about 20 traps throughout the house. I was very pleased with their first visit. Looking forward to working with Tyler to resolve my pest issues!

Matt B. via google

Nathan C. (Pest Control Route Manager) was amazing! Really appreciated all his knowledge, the information he provided and the personal service. He worked hard to help me and my family know what we needed and how he can help while staying within our service terms. I had a lot of questions and he answered them all. Highly recommend.

Daily P. via google

The tech (Catharine) was great and overall experience pretty good but I wish we had been given heads up to cover things like top of furnace and water heater because the drip from treatment left sticky residue on everything. We will be sure to cover those areas prior to another treatment.

Sarit K. via google

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Pest Invaders of Vermont

Residents of Vermont may encounter a range of pests that can disrupt their daily lives. One common nuisance in the state is ants. Whether it's tiny sugar ants invading your kitchen or carpenter ants causing structural damage to your home, dealing with these pests can be a challenge. Additionally, residents may also face issues with mice and rats seeking shelter and food indoors, especially during the colder months. These rodents can damage property and pose health risks.

Another pest that Vermonters often contend with is the mighty mosquito. With its buzzing presence and itchy bites, mosquitoes can put a damper on outdoor activities and gatherings. The state's lush forests and wetlands provide an ideal breeding ground for these pests, making mosquito control an important consideration for residents. Additionally, ticks are a concern due to the potential transmission of Lyme disease and other tick-borne illnesses.

To address these pest problems, residents of Vermont can benefit from professional pest control services. These experts have the local knowledge and experience to identify the specific pests and implement effective solutions. Whether it involves employing targeted treatments, implementing preventative measures, or providing education on pest management, pest control services can help residents reclaim their homes and enjoy a pest-free environment.

Note: "Vermonters" is a term used to refer to residents of Vermont, and the plural form does not require an apostrophe.

Fact: Pest Are All Year in Vermont

Vermont Pest Control is a trusted and reliable service that offers expert pest control solutions in the state of Vermont. With their local expertise, they deliver professional services to both residential and commercial properties, ensuring the effective removal and prevention of pests. Vermont Pest Control understands the importance of maintaining a pest-free environment throughout the year, as pests can pose significant health risks and property damage.

Here is why pest control service is crucial in Vermont:

  • January: During the winter months, pests like rodents and spiders seek shelter in warm and cozy spaces, including homes and businesses. Pest control services can prevent infestations and protect properties from winter invaders.
  • April: As spring arrives, pests like ants, termites, and mosquitoes become more active. Early pest control treatments can prevent the spread of these pests and minimize the risk of bites, property damage, and potential health issues.
  • August: With the peak of summer, stinging insects like wasps and yellow jackets thrive. Pest control treatments can eliminate nests and reduce the risk of painful stings and allergic reactions.
  • November: As winter approaches, pests such as mice and rats look for food and shelter indoors. Effective pest control measures can prevent these pests from entering homes and businesses, avoiding potential health hazards and damage.
  • Proper pest control service is essential to ensure a safe and healthy environment.
  • Regular inspections and treatments can prevent infestations before they become severe.
  • Pest control helps protect property from structural damage caused by termites and rodents.
  • By eliminating pests, pest control services reduce the risk of diseases and allergies associated with pests.
  • Professional pest control ensures the use of safe and effective treatment methods that comply with regulations.
  • Don't let pests take over your property. Trust Vermont Pest Control to provide reliable and effective pest control solutions throughout the year, keeping your home or business pest-free and providing peace of mind.

    Vermont Pest Resources

    Vermont, known for its stunning landscapes and picturesque countryside, is home to a variety of pests and wildlife that can present challenges for state residents. However, fear not! There are several state and regional resources available to assist with pest, wildlife, and animal control, as well as invasive plant and animal issues.

    One valuable resource is the Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food and Markets. Their Plant Industry division provides information and assistance regarding invasive plant species and is committed to protecting Vermont's agricultural and natural resources. For wildlife concerns, the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department is an excellent resource. They offer guidance on managing and controlling wildlife populations, as well as information on removing nuisance animals.

    Another helpful organization is the Vermont Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation. They provide resources and expertise on invasive insect species, such as the emerald ash borer, which can devastate forests and trees. Additionally, the University of Vermont Extension offers valuable information on pest management, including integrated pest management techniques that focus on environmentally-friendly approaches.

    For more specific assistance, residents can reach out to the Vermont Land Trust, a nonprofit organization dedicated to conserving and protecting Vermont's natural heritage. They can provide guidance on land management practices that promote pest control and prevent invasive species from spreading.

    Remember, it's crucial to consult the respective agencies and organizations for accurate and up-to-date information. Contact details for each resource can be found on their respective websites or by contacting the Vermont state government's general information line at 1-802-828-3333.