Top 5 Spring Pests That Will Infest Your Home

Spring is a beautiful time of year in the Rockies, with flowers blooming and trees starting to bud. Unfortunately, it’s also a time when many bugs start to emerge from hibernation, looking for food and shelter. Here are some of the top bug infestations to be aware of during spring in Utah and Colorado. Boxelder […]

5 Tips for Bed Bug Pest Control

Have you noticed small fecal spots or shell flakes underneath your mattress? Do you wake up with itchy bites on your skin every morning? If so, then it’s a sign that you have bed bugs in your house. If so, then you need to learn all that you can about proper bed bug pest control […]

The Signs You Have Bedbugs and How to Get Rid of Them

If you’ve ever dealt with a bedbug infestation, you know what a headache these pests can be. Despite their tiny size, they’ve become notorious for clearing out entire hotels and driving people out of their homes. With sneaky habits that make them hard to spot, it’s easy to miss signs of an infestation until it’s too […]

9 Ways to Tell If You Have a Bed Bug Infestation in Your Home

Have you noticed some changes in your home, such as insect shells or mysterious stains? Bed bugs are one of the most common household pests that may cause these changes. It’s best to catch and remove them as soon as possible since they can lay over 200 eggs.  They can quickly spread throughout your home, […]

Donating Bed Bug Services

The holidays are a time for giving. At Elevate Pest Control, we believe this includes helping out family, friends, and neighbors who may be struggling. There are numerous people throughout our community who could use a helping hand and we hope you do what you can. For our part, one of the ways that we […]

What is a Bedbug and How Do I Get Rid of Them?

Once bedbugs infest the rooms, closets, and mattresses in your home, they can be difficult to get rid of.  A bedbug is approximately 4 to 5mm long, or about the size of a small seed. Each individual bedbug can live for up to 300 days (nearly a year), and go relatively unnoticed by the naked […]