Tukwila is a suburban city in King County filled with various parks, attractions, and great food. Since 1960, United Pest Solutions has been providing safe and environmentally-friendly pest control to the community of Tukwila. We’re a locally-owned-and-operated pest control company that specializes in ants, bed bugs, wasps, rats, mice, and other pests native to the Pacific Northwest. What makes us different from other exterminators is that we use Integrated Pest Management–a safe and effective approach to pest control that focuses on exclusion. Whether you own a business in Elliott or own a home in Maplewood, we’re here for you. We serve homeowners and businesses alike. So for certified exterminators, you can rely on in Tukwila contact United Pest Solutions. We provide free quotes!
All of our environmentally-friendly pest control services in Tukwila are performed by our fully trained and certified technicians. We pack all of our services with one of the strongest guarantees in the pest control industry. When you choose United Pest Solutions for your residential or commercial pest control needs, you can expect excellent service, efficient and fast treatment, and expert solutions. You can feel confident in our dedication to the environment–our GreenPro certification guarantees that our services will be safe for the Earth, your family, your pets, and your property.
Tukwila Pest Control Experts
We deliver the finest quality services and value to our customers while being environmentally responsible. We are a leader in the pest control industry because we are knowledgeable about pests’ habits and biology. Our expertise enables us to develop the most effective treatment programs, use the most cutting-edge technology to combat pest problems, have the best training in the industry, and offer the best guarantees* in the industry.
Our team’s commitment to solving our community’s pest problem is the foundation of our company. With our team, you can say goodbye to unwanted pests for good.
“Justin does a good job of suggestions, and general info about what is going on with the rodent population.”Carmon C.