Pest Control Ltd.
Local. Independent. Different.
A neighbor serving neighbors, John Hutchinson is a local professional committed to caring for our community. A solid, established reputation for dedication, results, and professionalism. Experience that makes all the difference.
What Does Cowichan Valley Pest Control Do?
CVPC is government certified and licensed to provide Structural Pest Management (SPM) services, which refers to the control of pests in, on, or near structures which may pose a threat to health or property. Most commonly this consists of insects and rodents inside buildings or around a building’s exterior.
Treatment is offered for rats, mice, squirrels, stinging insects, ants, cockroaches, silverfish, earwigs, spiders, flies, fleas, pantry and stored product pests such as moths and beetles, and many other insects.
Some pests such as birds, bats and raccoons are typically considered wildlife and are often dealt with by pest control operators which employ licensed trappers, or other staff with specialty licenses or certificates. CVPC does not directly offer services for removal of any of these pests, but does offer inspections to confirm activity and provide recommendations for remediation, or referral to a licensed technician.
Questions About My Services?
Not just another Pest Control company.
Cowichan Valley Pest Control Does Things Differently.
You’ll never pay for services that you don’t need. You’ll get the same guarantees common to competing companies on the island without being charged for unnecessary follow up appointments. There’s also no minimum visit promises on most service packages. You’ll receive as many services as are required to eliminate your problems and ensure they won’t return. No more, no less.
CVPC also uses modern and proven techniques, equipment, and products to be as safe, efficient, and environmentally conscientious as possible. While some companies are hesitant to embrace new methods and safer pesticide alternatives, CVPC is using field tested and proven solutions to eliminate or minimize pesticide use.
The need for pest control is ever growing, and therefore ever evolving. Huge, fantastic leaps in research and innovation in the past decade are revolutionizing most facets of the pest control industry. Many practices, which have been standard since the inception of pest control as a service, are going the way of the dinosaurs. There ARE great alternatives available for those willing to seek them out.