Flathead Lake Pest Control
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Lake County Pest Control Service
Polson, Bigfork, Lakeside, Somers, Finley Point
Custom West Pest Control is your full-service pest control provider in Flathead County that understands balancing environmental health and safety with eliminating your pest problems. No job is too big or too small. Our knowledgeable staff is licensed by the Montana State Department of Agriculture. We employ environmentally-responsible integrated pest management (IPM). IPM is the process of customizing a solution to your specific pest issue.
Commercial Pest Control
Custom West Pest Control is your go-to commercial pest control Provider in the Flathead Valley. We are a full-service solution to all your pest and wildlife concerns. No matter what kind of business you’re in we have individualized solutions for you. We provide your company with Integrated Pest Management (IPM) solutions for both single-site and multi-site businesses across Western Montana. We build custom plans for hospitality, hospitals, schools, government facilities, retail, and many more commercial buildings.
Residential Pest Control
Insect, rodent and wildlife pests are more than an annoyance, they can damage structures, harm our environments, transmit disease, and cause other health hazards. We help protect your home and your family with our proactive, preventive pest management services.
We help you manage wildlife issues from mice to marmots and birds to bats. We manage everything from the smallest rodent infestation to large commercial animal projects. We offer a variety of wildlife solutions and treatments tailored to your individual needs as every situation is unique. Professional wildlife exclusion is a proven method for long term solution to keeping critters out of your property. Other methods such as habitat modification can resolve your pest issue. With an unmatched focus on quality and attention to detail Custom West Pest Control is Western Montana’s pest control experts.
MONTANA’S BIRD CONTROL EXPERTS
Each year thousands of dollars are spent to clean up after the mess made by urban pest birds. Pest birds such as pigeons, crows love to use building surfaces to land, roost and build their nests. In Western Montana, Northern Flickers (woodpecker) and sparrows cause serious damage to your home and business. Bird feces is acidic and will quickly erode building materials; carrying any of 60 transmittable diseases. To prevent the spread of disease and prevent property damage, it is important to install some sort of bird control system before the bird problem gets out of control.
If you rent out your property or vacation to the region with family and friends you want your guests to enjoy a pest-free environment. Often times, mice and rodent problems are discovered at vacation properties while the properties are unused. You do not want to deal with these pests when you or your guests are on vacation at your cabin. Protect your investment, allow us to apply preventative measures to ensure that you do not find your vacation property or lake cabin infested with these pests.
- Rental Property
- Multi-unit Apartments
Frequently Asked Question
Carpenter ants have powerful jaws and their bites can be painful. They may also inject formic acid into the bite wound, creating a burning sensation. However, this pain will subside and does not pose a significant health threat.
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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there is no current data to support that mosquitoes can spread COVID-19. For a virus to pass to a person through a mosquito, the virus must be able to replicate inside the insect
The Hobo Spider will bite in defense; however, there is debate around the effects and a lot of misinformation. Unlike some other spiders, Hobo Spider venom is not known to be toxic to humans. A Hobo Spider bite may cause redness and minor skin irritations, it is also likely that you won’t even know you have been bitten. Learn More
Raccoons along with foxes (red and gray), skunks, and bats—are considered a primary carrier of the rabies virus in the United States. While any warm-blooded animal can carry rabies, these are the ones we call “rabies vector species.”
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Goose Control Around Flathead lake
Our Eco-Friendly Goose Repellent Works in Two Ways:
- It gives geese a visual warning — Because geese see the world in the ultraviolet spectrum, our repellent contains a UV marker. When the repellent is applied to your turf, the geese will see grass that’s purple in color and speckled in pattern. This serves as a threat to geese, and they learn to distinguish between treated and untreated turf. But to humans, the turf looks completely normal. Additionally, it causes no harm to the grass.
- It causes indigestion — If the visual threat alone isn’t enough to keep geese away, the temporary after-effects will. When a goose consumes the grass treated with our repellent, it will experience digestive irritation within 20 minutes or so. It will bring no permanent harm to the goose whatsoever. They will refuse to eat any treated turf after they’ve experienced this stomach upset. Geese learn very quickly that it’s within their best interest to avoid treated turf. The geese will move on to a different location.
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Benefits of Using Custom West Pest Control
Discretion – An insect or rodent infestation has the potential to become a point of conversation for customers. Your reputation is everything, so we are here to help you protect it. Our key to success is understanding the importance of discretion and flexibility. We strive to maintain your business’ reputation.
Local Support – We are headquartered in Missoula, Montana. As a local business we take care of your pest problems quickly due to our central location in Western Montana. We understand our Montana environment and the pest challenges unique to our area.
Peace of Mind – Be content that your business or home will not suffer from damage and loss of profits with the knowledge that we are taking care of your pest problems.
Prevention of a Loss of Profits – A small infestation can impact your business, but a large one could jeopardize your business. This is why it is key to act quickly to find the best possible solution to rid your business of the tiny tyrants.
Highly Trained and Motivated Technicians – Our technicians are trained through courses provided by the National Pest Management Association (N.P.M.A.). They adhere to all federal, state, and local regulatory requirements. Our wildlife technician holds a bachelor’s degree in wildlife biology. Our technicians are licensed by, and attend regular training from, the Montana State Department of Agriculture.
Wildlife Exclusion Service
- We inspect the property to identify the animal and harborage sites, then determine necessary and proper management methods.
- We will implement Integrated Pest Management (IPM) strategies where viable and will recommend areas of exclusion, sanitation, or other actions you can take to help reduce wildlife attraction and future populations.
“Andy is amazing and so is CJ. What nice guys, and incredibly thorough with their work! We had a bat issue and were desperate to get them OUT. Well, out they are! It was SO satisfying to watch the last few bats get evicted. Bye, felicia! This was the ONLY pest service who seemed SANE when telling us about the bats. others told us to LIVE HAPPILY with bats peeing and pooping all over our new home. No thanks!”
“As many others have shared, the people that work here are knowledgeable, skillful and just great people. Andy, the wildlife biologist, not only knew immediately what our problem was ( sparrows) but took care of it. He is also a very friendly guy to talk to. Thanks and I wholeheartedly recommend them”
“Spoke to Nate and he gave some fabulous advice on trapping mice. If I can not get rid of them, I will call back for an appointment. Thank you so much Nate for the help. Bless you.”