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Pest Control in Pitt Meadows

Although the origins of Pitt Meadow’s name remain fairly ambiguous, it is thought that the city is named after Pitt River and Pitt Lake, which were possibly named after William Pitt, a former British PM. Incorporated as a municipality in 1914, thanks to a rich and fertile landscape Pitt Meadows began its life as a tight-knit agricultural community. Today, the city is still true to its roots as its agribusiness is a key contributor to the local economy. Present-day sees Pitt Meadows with a modest, but the progressive community just shy of 18,500. Much like its neighbour, Maple Ridge, Pitt Meadows has a great deal to offer due to its stunning natural setting, perfect for many outdoor hobbies, ranging from premium golf courses to hiking trails to all manner of water-sport pursuits.

Is it any wonder then that for a city which has breathtaking scenery – mountains to one side and a river to the other with wetlands, floodplains, farmland and forested areas in between – Pitt Meadows’ population is expected to reach 21,000 by 2021. However, because well over 80% of Pitt Meadows is within a green zone, most of its residents are concentrated in the town center. Sizable areas have been designated as environmentally sensitive in order to conserve wildlife – whilst this may not be on people’s doorstep, it is still in neighbouring parts of Pitt Meadows, meaning humans and nature will inevitably clash. Fortunately, Atlas experts possess the required expertise to resolve all types of pest and wildlife control.

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Did You Know?

 Pitt Meadows and Maple Ridge have always been closely linked, so much so that the original Municipality of Maple Ridge included Pitt Meadows.  Although, so it seems, this was at the dismay of its residents who petitioned that Pitt Meadows was removed from the District of Maple Ridge in the late 1800s.

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There’s a reason Atlas Pest and Wildlife Control is the industry leader in Pitt Meadows. Starting with a thorough on-site inspection, their highly skilled technicians will evaluate the area and determine the next steps. This is needed to evaluate the extent of the issue and to find the root of the problem to treat and prevent all pests. As Atlas takes pride in its individualized approach, they will outline the specific requirements needed. The Pitt Meadows pest control technicians will outline a list of comprehensive recommendations and a customized plan to meet the needs of each and every client. With their team of professionals and high level of expertise, Atlas Pest and Wildlife Control can assist Pitt Meadows on becoming pest-free!

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We will look over every inch of your commercial or industrial premises with care and vigilance. Let us help you become pest free now!

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Customer Testimonials

     ”I had Rats in my attic space and called Atlas, They came out and solved the problem. One month later the issue came back. I called Atlas and they sent somebody back hassle free and for no additional charge! As a homeowner, it is a great feeling when a company stands behind there warranty in full”

    - Marc & Lee G. - Langley BC

     ”Raymond from ATLAS was the 3rd company I called to solve my squirrel problem and the only one that ended up finding the hole in which the squirrel was entering, he ended up being the lowest price and I was squirrel free the next day! I would definitely call Atlas for any future pest control problems I may have

    - Gary W. - Vancouver BC

     ”Had a bird issue……called Atlas….. no bird issue anymore. They even gave me a 5-year warranty to ensure me I wouldn’t have one again”

    - Mathew S. - Burnaby BC
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