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(520) 886-4146 or (800) 887-4146
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Pest Control Sierra Vista

Sierra Vista
University Termite & Pest Control has been serving Sierra Vista and all of Cochise County since 1978.  But the fact of the matter is that our family roots run six generations deep in Arizona.  We have been hard at work creating solutions that work in your part of the state, which we know is completely different than Flagstaff, Phoenix, Greer or even Tucson. This makes University uniquely qualified to address your problems, pest, weed or termite.

exterminator services in sierra vista az

Our owner Rick Rupkey Sr. has spent his entire life living in Arizona and for much of it he has been in the business of creating pest control solutions for people all over our state.  Our technicians are local to Sierra Vista and Cochise County and are trained to handle the problems unique to your surrounding area, meaning they are applying carefully crafted application techniques to challenges that are specific to Southeastern Arizona.

We background investigate, substance test and certify that only best people to join our team.  We know that your home is not just one of your largest investments, it is also the one place you absolutely need to be confident you are safe.  We take this very seriously, just like you do.

Termite Control in Sierra Vista and all of Cochise County

Sierra Vista Termite Control

Termites thrive in Southeastern Arizona, especially in Sierra Vista and Cochise County. Because of the unique microclimates in and around Sierra Vista, Benson, Tombstone, etc., both Subterranean and Drywood species are commonly found.

This means the company you deal with needs to have the experience to tell the difference between the two.

Subterranean Termites require a treatment to the ground, and affected areas inside the house. But these treatments, while very effective for the ground based termites, are not a proper solution to Drywood Termites and a misdiagnosed termite species could result in a false sense of security, wasted money and the necessity of a different treatment for the Drywood Termite.

We provide a complete set of termite monitoring services, real estate inspections, and pre-construction treatments for everything from a small housing subdivision to a large custom commercial building. When Termite Control is part of your name, you had better be good at it…we are.

Weed Control in Sierra Vista and all of Cochise County

Sierra Vista Weed Control

Why is weed control such a challenge in Sierra Vista and Cochise County?  Simply put, you live in the high desert/savannah and that makes grasses king of the landscape.  With all these wild grasses that dominate the area, unwanted seeds are constantly floating in on the wind and trying to take root in your yard. With pressure so high, it is easy for a few weeds to multiply to hundreds unless you are constantly vigilant.

The other challenge to weed control is equipment.  Few homeowners have the large volume sprayers needed to get product down that prevents weeds from starting their growth.  While it may be nice to hope that the rain is going to arrive, you just need something that will “drive” that product into the ground, get into the growing zone and stop those weeds from making their way to the surface.

University Termite & Pest Control, Inc. provides weed control solutions for both the weeds that have not come up yet, those that are already growing in your yard, and combinations of these two products that ensure a weed free experience year round.

The first step in an effective weed control solution is to stop new weeds from ever entering the picture.  Our flexible pre-emergent solutions are timely and keep weeds from germinating below the soil, emerging into the problems they can become.

Weeds that manage to defeat our pre-emergent barrier are quickly dispatched with our monthly visits.  These visits are a visual inspection and treatment of your entire yard for any unwanted plants trying to make your yard theirs.  Our technicians are trained to understand the difference between what is a “weed” and what is a plant growing on purpose in your yard…no room for error.