Get Rid of Any
Sunrise Pest Management can get rid of any pest infestation. We have pest control services for all types of pests in all types of buildings, including: ants, termites, rodents, spiders, cockroaches, bees, wasps, moles, and all other bugs and insects.
We do two main types of work:
All of our pest control services are successful in homes, businesses, schools, hospitals, food service facilities, industrial, and other commercial pest control scenarios.
We have even been hired to get rid of rodents on the Washington State Ferries.
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We offer a custom tailored approach for every customers home and business. Contact us today to get a quote or schedule your appointment.
Sunrise has been the Puget Sound’s local leader in pest control since 1978. We practice safe, environmentally friendly pest control, and we guarantee our work.
About the Sunrise Team
Sunrise Pest Management is made possible by our excellent team. All of our Technicians are certified by the Washington State Department of Agriculture, and earn continuing education credits every year. We take our job seriously, and we have been successful at it since 1978.
Sunrise Technicians and staff are directly employed by Sunrise, and paid by the hour.
Extra Benefits from working with Sunrise
Pest Control Videos
January 2012 – This footage, by our Technician Billy O., demonstrates the effectiveness of Rodent Bait Stations. Notice the two sets of rodent tracks through the snow leading directly to one of our Bait Stations. Pests are still active in the middle of winter, and snowy conditions actually make it easier to spot rodent activity. Rodent Bait Stations are included with All Pest Protection and may include a warranty against rodent infestation.
Bees fly in an out of a nest opening into an exterior wall void.
It is very common to notice pests trailing into a home by way of power lines. They will use the wires as a bridge between your home and their nest.
Bees are happy to build nests inside your crawlspace. Be very cautious entering a crawlspace if you suspect there is a bees nest inside. The painful effects of stinging insects are much more dangerous inside a confined space like a crawlspace.