Government Building Pest Control in Utah

Pests can be a distraction and a pain for government entities.

It’s difficult to find a pest control company that can deliver results as well as the necessary documentation. Thorn is here to help and well versed in providing excellent service for government entities.

A focused approach to government pest control

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True quality control.

Government contracts are often large facilities with a variety of needs. It may be difficult to ensure that your pest control company is doing good work. Thorn provides a system of checks to make sure we are doing exactly what we said we would and getting results.

We do this by proactively checking records, performing site audits, and documenting all pest infestations to see trends and results.

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Proactively prevent contamination.

We do this by providing detailed inspections and inspection reports, monitoring for pest activity, and keeping pests out through exclusion.

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Know what's happening and show pest program effectiveness.

You don’t have to simply hope that things are going well, we can show you with detailed reporting. We track everything, so you don’t have to.

Rodent Control

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Rodents can be one of the most problematic pests for government facilities. As rodentologists, we study mice so that we can expertly protect your facility. We understand rodent behaviors and we know how to get results.

Bed Bugs

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Bed bugs have become a real problem for many facilities. Any area where people sit or sleep for long periods of time is at risk. We have solutions to detect, prevent, and eliminate bed bugs in office settings.

Make your life easier – get results and clear documentation.

Protecting Public Health

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Pests threaten public health.

  • Rodents – According to the CDC rodents transmit over 35 diseases such as hantavirus, rat bite fever, trichinosis, plague, Weil’s disease, and leptospirosis.
  • Cockroaches – Cockroaches spread at least 33 kinds of bacteria, six kinds of parasitic worms, and at least seven other kinds of human pathogens.
  • Flies – House flies are strongly suspected of transmitting at least 65 diseases to humans, including typhoid fever, dysentery, cholera, poliomyelitis, yaws, anthrax, tularemia, leprosy and tuberculosis. Flies regurgitate and excrete wherever they come to rest and thereby mechanically transmit disease organisms.

Here to Help

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  • Mosquitoes – Diseases transmitted primarily by mosquitoes include the West Nile Virus, Chikungunya and Dengue with no known vaccine.
  • Stinging Insects – According to the American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology, more than two million Americans are allergic to stinging insects, more than 500,000 enter hospital emergency rooms every year suffering from insect stings, and between 40-150 people a year die as a result of these stings.


We can help protect your government facility from the disruption of pest infestations.

Our Pest Prevention Programs

We create a custom program for each facility that include:

  • Detailed inspections
  • Clear and detailed reporting
  • Proactive vs reactive approach
  • Automatic tracking and follow-up
  • Kind & Helpful pest experts
  • Scientific approach to pest management that gets results


Pricing varies widely for government buildings and facilities. It is difficult to give blanket pricing, but certain things will drive the price up or down. Some of these factors are:

  • Size of the facility
  • Pest issues and past history of pest issues
  • Condition and building type
  • Frequency of services
  • Pest tolerances
  • We have government facilities that require monthly services and some that require daily services. It really depends on what is needed.


We’re here to make getting started and maintaining your pest control is as simple as possible.

  1. Call, Email, or send an online request
  2. A Thorn specialist will perform an on-site assessment and design a custom plan for your specific business and situation.
  3. You decide if Thorn is a good fit for your business. No pressure. We are here to help if you need and answer any questions you may have. Choosing the right pest management company is an important decision.

Enjoy quality you can rely on.