Business spotlight is on San Juan Pest Management
by Monticello Economic Development Committee
Apr 27, 2011 | 1749 views | 0 0 comments | 5 5 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Thomas Wigginton and Clint Moore from San Juan Pest Management.  Courtesy photo
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This week, the Business Spotlight is on San Juan Pest Management, owned by Monticello residents Tom Wigginton, Thomas Wigginton, and Clint Moore. They purchased pest and tree spraying portions of their business from two companies in Monticello and Blanding.

San Juan Pest Management has a unique spin on treating pests; they call it Integrated Pest Management. First, they assess the problem to find out where the pests are coming from, then they apply one or more of three treatment solutions: biological (treating with living things), natural (treating by making changes in the natural habitat of the pests), and chemical (treating with pesticides). They gear the treatment used to the individual circumstances.

San Juan Pest Management does more than just pest control. They are also licensed to spray lawns, shrubs, weeds, and trees, as well as treat mold and wood rot.

San Juan Pest Management cares for a variety of residential and commercial properties in southeast Utah and will soon expand operations into southwest Colorado.

San Juan Pest Management believes in “doing the right thing” and treating their customers fairly. They have a variety of resources on their website (www.sanjuanpests.com), including informational videos. They provide telephone consultations and are interested in receiving your call.

Contact them at 435-587-2778 or at PO Box 791, Monticello UT 84535. You can also check out San Juan Pest Management on Facebook.
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