Why Morgan Pest Control?

Do it Yourself Pest Control vs. Professional Pest Control

When you are having problems with bugs or spiders what do you think to do? Do you think about trying to find a DIY concoction to get rid of them? Or, Do you call Morgan Pest Control that can send our trained and licensed technicians out to get rid of them for you? We will send out our trained technicians and you will not have to worry. We have better pesticides and our treatments could cost less in the long run. We can tell you that calling us will turn out better for your situation in the long run. 

No Worries:

When we send out our trained technicians you won’t need to do much of anything, there are a couple things you could do to get ready for them but you don’t have to worry about how you are going to get rid of all the bugs.

Trained Technicians:

Our technicians are well trained and licensed and know exactly what to do with your situation. We take a lot of pride in seeing that our customers are treated with great customer service. All of our techs are trained and have a lot of knowledge when it comes to pest control.

Better Pesticides:

There are many DIY pesticides/concoctions out there that people always say are the best working stuff out there. Well then you try it and it was a complete waste of time. Not with our pesticides. We know the exact amount that needs to be put down and when pesticides will work best with your situations. 

Less Risks:

By doing DIY pest control you may not know about the chemicals you are putting down and that some of those chemicals might not be safe. Morgan Pest Control knows all about the chemicals they are putting down and know what amount can be toxic to the human body. We are trained to know what chemicals to use and how much of it we need to use. 

Cost Less:

You may think that putting down a few dollar mouse traps or setting out a couple of $6 ant traps will be cheaper than calling in an expert pest control provider, but the reality is that most DIY pest treatments are short-lived fixes.  By the time you realize the DIY remedies haven’t worked, a pest infestation may have blossomed. The problem is now out of control and professional treatment may be more expensive.

Free Callbacks:

If our services didn’t turn out the way that you thought they would and we need to come back out to make it better please let us know. There is typically not a charge, depending on the situation. We want you to have the best experience with us and if it isn’t then we want to know so that we can make it better. 

Call Us:

Call us at (435)673-9172 if you are wanting to switch from your DIY concoctions and go with Morgan Pest Control. We will get rid of any pest control problems and answer any questions you may have. 

Stink Bugs, Fall Leaves, Pumpkins: Signs of Fall

During the spring and summer you are almost always outside and you want the outside of your home to look nice. Whereas, during the fall and winter months your time is mostly spent inside and you want the inside of your house looking good. 

The weather is getting colder, tree branches are becoming bare, and landscaping at  your home are not as critical as in those other months. However, ignoring the outside of your home during the fall and winter months can create an open invite for a lot of different pests who are also looking to stay warm somewhere. 

Fall Bugs & Pests

Seasons change and with those seasons pests will come and go. Overwintering pests start to make their way indoors to keep warm in the cooler temps. While “summer” pests, stick around until they find a new place to go. 



Your #1 priority this fall should be making sure that your rodent control and exclusion are under control. Fall bugs aren’t the only pests looking for a warm place to live. 

Most rodents are looking for a dark place that is undeserved to hide out in for the winter. Some of these places include: walls, closets, pantries, attics, etc. are inviting. If you can see droppings or gnawing marks in any of these places these are signs of problems. 


Occasional Fall Bugs

  • Stink Bugs – Stink bugs can mostly be found in the walls. Stink bugs will start making their way inside as we get farther into the fall season. They are wanting a nice cozy and warm place to live for the next 4-6 months. Once they get into your home it is impossible to get rid of every single one, so make sure to check for entering points on your home. 
  • Lady Beetles (aka Ladybugs)
  • Box Elders


Fall Maintenance Tips

Here are some quick and easy tips on how to make sure your landscaping is well maintained and pest-free for the fall and winter months ahead. 



Some pests like to hide out in the woodpiles and the damp ground that is beneath the wood. Keep firewood stacked on an elevated surface and as far away from the home as possible.



Everyone loves to decorate their homes for the fall season. From Halloween decorations to Thanksgiving decorations this is the time to get your home ready for the holidays. Unfortunately, some of the decorations that you put out could be attracting pests to your home and giving them access points to the inside of your home.  


Which Decorations Bring in the Pests?

While bringing out all of your decorations, it is best if you check them to make sure that there aren’t any pests that were already living on them or in their boxes. Take everything outside to dust off and make sure you aren’t binging the pests inside your home. 

Decorations pests may be hiding out in include:

  • Straw Piles 
  • Firewood 
  • Scarecrows
  • Spider webs
  • Pumpkins 
  • Gourds

Enjoy your holidays pest free by trying to put the least amount of these decorations up in or at your home. Watch for signs of problems that could be in your home so that you can take the proper steps to get rid of them as quickly as possible. 

Pest Proofing

10 Ways to Keep Unexpected Guests Out of Your Home 

One of the BEST  ways to keep pests out is to deny their entry, a procedure known as pest proofing. There are many ways to do this, most are pretty easy to accomplish. Taking these steps before they end up inside can greatly reduce the amount of pests you see inside your home.  Here are just a few steps to deny their entry:

1.Seal & Repair Openings:

Go around the exterior of your home with caulk and search for any cracks or openings that any pests will be able to get through and into your home. Especially look around utility openings, where wires or pipes are coming out of. 

2. Keep a Clean Kitchen:

A lot of the pests that come into your home are looking for food. If you keep your kitchen clean, especially vacuuming up crumbs like once a week, the pests won’t be able to find your food. 

3. Clean up the Yard:

Pests are smart and they know how to use tree branches that are close to a house as a bridge to get onto the house and then to find an opening to get into a house. Keep trash bins and compost heaps covered and away from the house. 

4. Repair Gaps & Tears in Window/Door Screens:

Making sure there are no tears in window or door screens will reduce the amount of flying pests that you see in your home. Some pests can still fit through the mesh and the only way to keep those out is to keep the windows or doors shut. 

5. Install Door Sweeps:

While lying on the floor, check for any sunlight that is coming from under the door. If you can see any you might want to add a door sweep so that the pests can’t crawl through under the door. Inspect the corners also, this is where they will enter the most. 

6. Keep your Pets Food Cleaned up:

Once again most pests are looking for food. Whether you feed your pest outside or inside, make sure that there isn’t a mess left after your pet is done eating. Pet food will attract a lot of pests. 

7. Store Boxes Off the Floor:

Storing boxes off the floor in your home will prevent pests from getting inside those boxes and making their own home in the stuff that you are storing. Try to store boxes on shelves in your home. 

8. Store Firewood Away from Home:

Some pests like to hide out in the woodpiles and the damp ground that is beneath the wood. Keep firewood stacked on an elevated surface and as far away from the home as possible.

9. Check Attic & Crawl Space Vents:

Normal window screens are not strong enough to keep like squirrels out. To prevent squirrels and other pests use ¼” hardware cloth on the outside, followed with small mesh screening on the inside. 

10. Call Morgan Pest Control:

After doing all, if not most of these things, call Morgan Pest Control to have one of our trained and licensed technicians come out and spray your house. Either the exterior or interior or both you just let us know what you would like. 

Pests are certainly not something that people want to live with them, therefore it is important to take the necessary steps to pest proof your home the best you can. Deny the entry of those little pests the best you can. Keep your unexpected guests out and enjoy living in your home.