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Fayette County PA Commercial Pest Facility Hygiene Control Services

If you own or operate an industrial or commercial business in Uniontown, Connellsville, Masontown, Leith-Hatfield, Oliver, East Uniontown, Brownsville or any other city, borough or township throughout Fayette County, we’re a phone call away from ameliorating any pest-related or hygiene-care-related emergency that might be wreaking havoc within your business facility.


Serving The Pest & Facility Hygiene Needs Of Businesses' Since 1948

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That's right. We have seventy years of trusted experience behind every service we supply and we're proud members of the National Pest Management Association — whether that be eliminating invasive insects or rodents through our cutting-edge systems, or molecularly destroying bad odors through our advanced air freshening systems, or providing heavy duty power cleaning for commercial washrooms — each and every decision we make comes backed with decades of experience.

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The Bugs And Rodents of Fayette County

The standard fare of creepy crawling bugs and rodents that need controlled or exterminated from Fayette County commercial spaces include: varieties of spiders, black flies, carpenter and black ants, that ubiquitous cockroach, rats and mice and a few other pestilent bugs and vermin. If any of these critters are creeping around your business floors, or you would like to get head off any future invasion, shoot us a quick message, or just give us a call (412) 252-5200.

The Brown Marmorated Stinkbug

While these critters have been keeping our experts and entomologists at Pestco busy since its formation in 1948, Fayette County has also been invaded by the brown marmorated stinkbug. An invader from Asia in the 1990s, they like computers and heating equipment and although they are harmless to humans, they were recently voted as one of the ten most annoying bugs to invade interiors. Even more, they present a real danger to farm crops because they voraciously consume fruits and vegetables.

Prevention, Extermination And Exclusion

Professionally executed exclusion is your number one line of defense against insect or rodent infestations. Pests can easily find their way through tiny cracks, crevices and other openings throughout your establishment. Exclusion ensures those entryways are sealed, further ensuring a pest-free environment for your business. Trust decades of pest management expertise »

Engage Our Complete Facility Hygiene Maintenance Program

Sure, bug, insect and rodent invasions are a problem to take seriously as a restaurateur, hotel manager or as an manager or owner of any other type of commercial establishment throughout Fayette, but malodors and poor facility washroom hygiene can be an equally destructive nuisance when it comes to customer satisfaction, your employee’s morale and ultimately your bottom line. So we devised one cost-effective, bundled program that includes pest control, pest management, environmental odor control and air freshening solutions for commercial and industrial facilities.

Our Complete Facility Care program represents collaboration with Air-Scent International, a leading scent marketing and air care specialist, providing air freshening systems and professional odor neutralizing solutions directly to wide range of clients.

If pests, germs and bad odors are keeping you from focusing on the business at hand, give us a call and let us assume those worries — (800) 473-7820.

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The Pestco Shield Of Hygiene Excellence

We like to think local at Pestco, and our management, service teams and pest experts proudly love to support their favorite Fayette County commercial establishments that continuously maintain impeccable facility hygiene.

The following represent just a mere few of our staff’s picks. If you’d like to engage our Complete Facility Care program, and perhaps be listed below, call us today! (800) 473-7820

Summit Mountain Inn

Constructed in 1907 and situated on the first ridge in the Allegheny Mountains, the Summit Mountain Inn is one of the last remaining porch hotels with a verandah that looks out onto a panorama of breathtaking sunsets and spectacular mountain landscapes. Its historic Wunder Bar offers a remarkable collection of Jim Beam whiskey bottles and another bar completely made from pennies! Drinks range from their famed Sunset Martini to Prohibition era libations and casual dining fare that includes breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as sandwiches and appetizers and other light snacks.

Falling Water House

Considered one of the greatest architectural triumphs of the 20th century, iconic architect, Frank Lloyd Wright, designed this incredible residence in rural southwestern Pennsylvania, some 43 miles southeast of Pittsburgh in 1935. This daring and innovative architecture is set within the forests of Bear Run and was the residence of a prominent Jewish Pittsburgh family known for their sense of style and taste. Edgar Jonas Kaufmann was a highly respected businessman and owner of a successful department store and his home represents the epitome of Wright’s talents in merging aspects of the natural world into physical living space.


Fort Necessity

This 900-acre national battlefield site located in the mountains of southwestern Pennsylvania about 11 miles east of the county seat, Uniontown, marks the first battle of The French and Indian War fought in July of 1754. This began a seven-year struggle between Great Britain and France for dominance of North America and paved the path leading to the American Revolution. General Braddock, who died during this conflict, is also buried here. A must see for history buffs.

Businesses throughout Fayette County have been employing our complete facility care services for decades, making us one of the most experienced and best providers of pest control and building maintenance solutions that can be found anywhere.

Call today at (800) 473-7820, and start ensuring your business interior, its hallways and restrooms are hygienically clean, fresh smelling and pest free!

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.

Benjamin Franklin once said, “It takes many good deeds to build a reputation and only one bad one to lose it.” We believe the same applies to your business’ online reviews, and pests, germs and bad odors are perfectly content to revel in their bad deed of taking down your good name and any chance of your business' sustained financial longevity.

Employ our Complete Facility Care problem today, safeguard your facility's hygiene and ensure its immaculate reputation for years to come — (412) 252-5200.