Pigeons / Rodents


Pigeons and other Pest Birds often make nests in buildings and rapidly reproduce. Breeding occurs throughout the year, usually taking place between March and July. Contact with pigeon droppings may pose a health risk. Three human diseases are known to be associated with pigeon droppings: histoplasmosis, cryptococcosis, and psittacosis.

Our current pigeon control steps are as follows:

Our technician will come out, assess the situation, and give you a free written estimate.
If we are hired, we will began the process with a thorough cleaning and disinfecting of all nesting and roosting sites to help with the aesthetic look of the property and also to help deter re-infestation.

We will professionally install humane bird exclusion products, including but not limited ...

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Household Pest

Mountain View Pest Control has been in business since 1993, and currently has over 700 accounts with a regular pest control service.

We currently offer residential and commercial general pest control.

Once again, all our technicians are state licensed, drive commercially insured vehicles, and are covered by our pest control insurance policy. Our general pest control service is offered on a monthly, bi-monthly or quarterly schedule (see pricing page).

All our services are covered by our unconditional guarantee approximately 60 days after service has begun. Below is a list of some common pests we find in the Arizona desert, some “fun facts” about bugs, and a list of our current prices...

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