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Written By Jessica Hurtault|Last Updated: February 05, 2024

Centennial is a densely-populated place, so pest infestations start and spread quickly. Whether you're dealing with mice or rats, you want an innovative and proactive exterminator by your side to stop nuisance critters before they can take hold.

No matter what your concerns are, our list of the best pest control companies in Centennial can help.

Best Overall
5.0
  • Serves more than 2.8 million customers annually
  • Nearly 100 years in business
  • Service guarantees in 46 states
Best for Urgent Service
4.8
  • Over a century of experience
  • Same-day service if you call before noon local time
  • 30-day money-back guarantee

Best 5 Centennial Pest Control Companies

Orkin Logo

Orkin

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5/5
Based on 2,198 customer reviews.

Services Offered

FumigationWildlifePreventionWaspsFliesTermitesMothsGeneral Pest ControlSpidersMosquitosCockroachesAntsMiceSilverfishBaitingBed Bugs

Highlights

  • Continuous highly praised customer service reports
  • Transparent pricing
  • Helpful homeowner content on its website
6920 S Jordan Rd Ste I, Englewood, CO 720-531-9497 orkin.comRead More: Orkin Review
Axiom Eco-Pest Control Logo

Axiom Eco-Pest Control

5/5
Based on 613 customer reviews.

Services Offered

MosquitosSpidersGeneral Pest ControlGreen Pest ControlAntsMiceFleasWildlifeCockroaches

Highlights

  • No-cost inspections
  • Commitment to customer education
  • Continuous highly praised customer service reports
12650 E Briarwood Ave Ste 202, Centennial, CO 303-800-7792 axiompest.com
EcoShield Pest Solutions Logo

EcoShield Pest Solutions

4.8/5
Based on 3,380 customer reviews.

Services Offered

BeesMosquitosTicksSpidersBed BugsGreen Pest ControlCockroachesGeneral Pest ControlMicePreventionFleasAntsTermitesWasps

Highlights

  • Proactive approach to pest control
  • Free inspections
  • Commitment to customer education
7275 S Revere Pkwy #804, Centennial, CO 303-317-6575 ecoshieldpest.com
Saela Pest Control Logo

Saela Pest Control

4.8/5
Based on 970 customer reviews.

Services Offered

TicksWaspsGreen Pest ControlGeneral Pest ControlTermitesMosquitosAntsMiceBeetlesWildlifeSpidersSilverfishCockroachesPreventionBed BugsFleas

Highlights

  • Reviews praise customer service
  • Transparent pricing
  • Free inspection policy
7399 S Tucson Way Ste A2, Centennial, CO 720-802-3109 saelapest.com

More Local Pest Control Companies

Wolfco Pest Control

User Reviews: 4.7/5 

6500 S Quebec St # 300
Greenwood Village, CO 80111

Aptive Environmental

User Reviews: 4.6/5 

6801 S Emporia St Ste 103
Greenwood Village, CO 80112

Budget Pest Control

User Reviews: 4.6/5 

14677 E Easter Ave Ste G
Centennial, CO 80112

Moxie Pest Control

User Reviews: 4.6/5 

3545 S Platte River Dr F
Sheridan, CO 80110

Pest Solutions Plus

User Reviews: 4.6/5 

6565 S Dayton St #1300
Greenwood Village, CO 80111

Colorado Pest Management

User Reviews: 4.5/5 

7006 S Alton Way Bldg D
Centennial, CO 80112

proof. Pest Control

User Reviews: 5/5 

1852 Jasper St Unit D
Aurora, CO 80011

Lawn Doctor - Lakewood

User Reviews: 5/5 

5315 W Mississippi Ave
Lakewood, CO 80226

Croach Pest Control

User Reviews: 5/5 

20100 E 32nd Pkwy Suite 110
Aurora, CO 80011

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Facts about Centennial
Average Max Temp:62°F
Average Min Temp:42°F
Average Daily Sunlight:62%
Average Annual Snowfall:49.1"
Average Monthly Precipitation:1.36"
Average Monthly Pest Visit:$230

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How To Choose a Pest Control Company

When picking a pest control company, you want to be sure to find the best one for you. Important decision-making factors include the company's qualifications, its treatment methods, experience and reviews, and of course the cost of services.

Below, we dive into detail on each of these factors.

  • Does the company have a valid license and permits to perform pest control?

    All pesticide applicators (and those who supervise them) are required to be certified at the state level. The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has established minimum standards of competency, but any pesticide applicators working in Colorado must be licensed via the necessary state regulatory agencies.

  • Is the company a member of any professional organizations?

    Obtaining additional optional certifications can help prove that a pest control company is reputable. One example is the GreenPro Service Certification. To earn this certification, a company must show that its methods are more environmentally friendly and that its employees receive up-to-date training. Other certifications can be earned through QualityPro and similar trade organizations.

    There are several professional organizations that pest control companies can be members of. When a company becomes a member of an organization such as the National Pest Management Association(NPMA) (or a state-level organization), it receives access to education, resources, and a network of other pest professionals with whom to compare methods. This can offer additional peace of mind that a company is following industry best practices.

Professional Experience and Specialties

How long a company has been in business can tell you something about its experience dealing with the pests that live in Centennial. Customer reviews or the company's own website can also enlighten you about whether it has the skills and experience necessary to deal with your particular pests. If the answers to your questions aren't available online, speaking with a representative is an easy way to learn about the company's areas of expertise.

  • Reviews and Recommendations

    You can read reviews and recommendations on local review sites or social media, look up a company's rating on the Better Business Bureau (BBB), or check its licensure status through the Colorado licensing board.

  • Cost of Services and Guarantees

    It's important to think about cost when hiring a pest control company. Cost can be affected influenced by the type of pest being treated, the size of your house, your location, and other factors.

    Many companies offer free on-site estimates at the beginning of their process, to help you decide whether it fits into your budget. You can also ask whether if your company has a satisfaction guarantee, meaning that if your pest problem is not solved by the initial treatment, it will continue returning until it is.

Safety and Treatment Methods

Your preferences regarding safety for yourself, your children, your pets, and the environment may influence the provider and the treatment methods you choose.

  • Safety

    Your pest control provider should be able to discuss the safety of any and all pesticides that they're going to use. They should be able to answer questions about whether the pesticides are low toxicity or non-toxic; if they are not, they should explain what safety precautions will be in place to protect you, your family, and your pets. Pesticides that pose more than a minimum risk need to be registered with the EPA.

  • Treatment Methods

    Many companies are now exploring cleaner and greener pest management that can be implemented before (or in place of) chemical pesticides. Many follow the practice of Integrated Pest Management (IPM), which goes as follows:

    1. Figure out what pests are causing the problem and determine whether immediate action is required.
    2. Decide on the safest course of action.
    3. Manage the pest problem using a combination of physical, biological, mechanical, and cultural controls.
    4. Use chemical controls only if needed, and always in combination with other methods for effective long-term pest management.
    5. Evaluate outcomes and provide additional pest control as needed.

Common Household Pests in Centennial

Certain pests are more common than others. In Centennial, common pests to be on the lookout for include the following:

  • Beetles: There are a number of species of beetles across the country and in Colorado. Many types are harmless, but some can eat and do damage to things like your carpeting and the wooden structure of your house.
  • Fleas: Typically, fleas prefer warmer weather and can often be brought in by pets.
  • Mosquitoes: A mosquito infestation is more likely if you live in a wetter area. They're also more common during the warmer months. Mosquitoes are more than just a nuisance—they can cause itchy bites and even carry diseases.
  • Bed bugs: Infestations of bed bugs can be very hard to get rid of, so we strongly recommend calling a local exterminator as soon as possible. Bed bugs are found throughout Colorado, and can infest not just your bedsheets, but also other furniture and even wallpaper.
  • Mice: Some common signs of mice include chewed wires and droppings around your home. Mice tend to frequent attics or places where food is stored.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Pest Control in Centennial

What causes pest infestations?

Pests come into your house looking for one of three things: food, water, or shelter. Some pests will enter your home simply because they have the opportunity to do so, via a foundation crack or broken screen. Some are attracted to food, either actual food left out or trash sitting out in the open. Others look for water, either standing water on your property or puddles inside from things like leaky pipes.

What are some steps I can take to prevent pest infestations?

One method for preventing pest infestations is to seal off possible entrances into your home. This includes things like cracks in your foundation or siding. Second, avoid leaving out food for pests. This includes keeping food in sealed containers as well as not leaving trash out. Third, eliminate standing water in and around your home. Try to reduce places where water can collect outside, and fix leaks inside.

How often do I need to hire someone to do pest control?

In general, it's recommended that you have your house treated for pests around once a year, more often if there is an active infestation. Your pest professional will ultimately be the best person to recommend a treatment schedule for you.

Can pests come out after spraying for them?

It's not uncommon to feel like you're seeing more pests in the first few days or weeks after pest control. The process tends to flush pests out of their hiding places, making them more visible; you might also see more dead pests around your home. If the increase in pests sightings doesn't start to decrease after a week or two, reach out to your Centennial pest professional, as further treatment may be necessary.

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