For service & immediate attention
CALL (800) 473-7820

Beaver County PA Commercial Pest Control & Facility Hygiene Services

If you operate a business in Ellwood City, Economy, Ambridge, New Brighton, Monaca, Baden, Rochester, Ohioville, Harmony, Patterson, Midland, Conway or any other borough, city or town throughout Beaver County, we’re armed and ready to safely and economically address any non-residential pest and facility hygiene emergencies that might threaten your business' interior, exterior and good name. Contact us today and rid your mind from any pestilent worries »

GET IMMEDIATE ASSISTANCE »

Serving Commercial Businesses' Pest And Facility Care Needs Since 1948

Yes, you read it correctly. We've been in operation for well over 70 years, making our services some of the most advanced and reliable in the industry. Even more, we are proud Pennsylvanians, and we love to support the businesses, communities and the employment of those from our local fellow counties. Read on below for more on our approach to complete facility hygiene, or click to see what our clients are saying about us.

(800) 473-7820   (412) 252-5200

“This company is everywhere. I heard they handle all the major businesses around Pittsburgh. Used them for wasp problem at our church. Very responsive and careful. They do only commercial, though. No homes.”

Read more of our client's reviews »

Beaver County Insect, Rodent And Pest Removal

Typical creepy crawlies finding their way to the interiors and exteriors of businesses in Beaver County include different varieties of spiders, black and carpenter ants, German and American cockroaches, black flies, termites, bed bugs, stinkbugs, fleas and a host of other insects, all of which keep our expert technicians at Pestco busy all year long - (412) 252-5200.

Rats And Rodent Removal For Beaver Pennsylvania

In the last year or so, however, the incidence of rodents, particularly rats, has reached upsetting proportions, and Beaver has become one of several counties that rank high as a “ratty city.” If you have a rodent problem, or you would like take preventative measures to protect your commercial establishment against rodent infestations, call our team today » (412) 252-5200

The Emerald Ash Borer

To add to these wild, clawed, four-legged varmints, earlier this year the Emerald Ash Borer has been detected and now presents a serious threat to ash trees. According to the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, by 2019, the potential damage to the national economy may exceed $10 billion across 25 affected states. Clearly, more Beaver county businesses need to opt for our decades of pest management expertise »


Why Your Business Needs Complete Facility Care

We’re all about protecting your businesses’ good name. That means riding roughshod over insects or any other pest, as well as any bad germs and malodors that might negatively affect the hygiene of your interior space, your repeat business and company morale. So we’ve created Complete Facility Care; one bundled program of professional hygiene services that collectively employs pest management, pest control, environmental washroom hygiene, odor control and commercial air freshening solutions created by the masters at Air-Scent®.

By enrolling in our monthly program, you ensure that odors, germs and any pest invasions are continually addressed and neutralized, allowing you to focus on the more important elements of running your business. Surrender your facility maintenance worries onto us; it’s what we do best.

Pestco five star rating sheild logo

The Pestco Shield Of Hygiene Excellence

The following are a just few of our staff’s picks, and represent businesses that strive to continuously maintain odor-free, pest-free and germ-free environments. Give us a shout if you’d like to engage our services and be listed » (412) 252-5200

Kretchmars Bakery

Established in 1960, this bakery is operated by a third generation of the same family. Although this sweet-smelling site of culinary delights features many delicious concoctions and a full line of everything from cookies to wedding cakes, its specialty is decorated cakes and customized tortes, such as the local all time favorite, Toasted Almond Torte. Since its humble beginnings, this bakery has prided itself on providing baked goods prepared the old-fashioned way from scratch using only the finest and richest ingredients.

 

Old Economy Village

This National Historic Landmark is located in Ambridge and lies on the banks of the Ohio River. It marks the settlement of the Harmony Society, which is one of the largest religious communal groups of the 19th century. This society was comprised of German Lutheran separatists who sought the creation of a magical utopia where all followers subscribed to the teachings of their leader, George Rapp, and awaited the second coming of the Messiah.

 

Brady Runs Park

This 2,000-acre park is located on Route 51, two miles north of Beaver, and at 2,000 acres is the county’s largest. It is an outdoor enthusiast’s paradise offering a baseball field, ice arena, horse area, swimming, boating, fishing (including a handicap accessible fishing shelter), tennis court, track, a dog and puppy park and other sports-related options such as indoor roller hockey ring and basketball courts.

For business owners and managers in Beaver County, Pestco is the name to remember when it comes to pest control, washroom hygiene and environmental odor control and air freshening solutions. If you have a pest emergency, want preventative care or have any questions, drop us a line (412) 252-5200  (800) 473-7820 or submit an online inquiry »

Beaver County Historical Pest Trends

In the mid 1700s, the Indian village of Logstown, situated within Beaver County along the banks of the Ohio River, became an important and very busy hub of Indian trade with the French and English. Despite this interaction, it wasn’t until after the native-American defeat at the Battle of Fallen Timbers and General Wayne’s Treaty of Greenville in 1795, that a steady stream of pioneers mostly from England and later from Germany, settled into the territory. Hostilities continued, as many native-Americans refused to honor the agreement stipulated in the treaty. The early settlers were mostly farmers and the new land was very fertile.

The Marauding Corn Borer and Potato Beetle Insects

Farmers eked out a living from the land and grew the same crops that the native Americans relied on for daily sustenance. These included squash, beans and maize. Marauding insects such as the Corn Borer and Potato Beetle threatened these food sources and farmers resorted to natural means to combat them in this age long before the advent of commercial pesticides. Mice and rats also caused significant damage to crops and these rodent scavengers ate anything they could get their teeth around. Mice in particular, loved newly planted seeds, young plants and the seed heads on grain crops.

The Early Use Of Tobacco As A Pesticide

Farmers sometimes grew additional trap crops alongside their real ones in the hopes that insects would leave the others alone. As would be expected, this sometimes worked and sometimes didn’t. They also relied heavily on hungry migratory birds that ate any kind of insect as they traveled from field to crop field. Interestingly enough, tobacco was found to be an effective early pesticide that farmers embraced whenever possible.

The county seat of Beaver was located at the confluence of the Ohio and Beaver Rivers. The area’s many streams provided a source of transportation and small towns began to appear along the riversides. Water mills and improvements in navigation progressed for more than a century from the 1830s to 1936. Several natural rapids and falls along the waterways proved useful as waterpower for mills and factories. Grist and linseed oil mills and a clothes factory also flourished. The area was distinguished for its many natural resources, which included: limestone, fire clay, sandstone, and coal.

Okay, enough on the pests of Beaver’s past. Let’s chat about the hygiene-enhanced future of your business(800) 473-7820