Sprague Pest Solutions
We’re more than a pest control company. We protect your brand, your customers, your employees, and the environment in which you do business.
The world needs safer food and healthier working environments. This has been the mission of Sprague Pest Solutions for almost a century. It is a mission that we strongly believe and take great pride to fulfill.
Sprague’s philosophy does not depend on a clever slogan. It’s based on a straightforward premise – deliver uncompromising, exceptional service through science-based IPM programs that use the latest product and application innovations to prevent and eliminate pests.
Family businesses are the backbone for business communities throughout the regions Sprague Pest Solutions services and nationwide. As Sprague Pest Solutions approaches a century-long commitment to protecting businesses from pests it also marks its fourth generation of ownership under the Treleven family.
We all interact with clients and colleagues every day using the values and guiding principles that were established by four generations. They set the benchmarks on which Sprague is measured and how we measure ourselves.
Our team takes great pride in our unwavering commitment to innovation, fostering a culture that values diversity, inclusion, and respect.
We passionately deliver uncompromising service. Pests pose a serious threat both to the public’s health and to the world’s food supply. Millions of people are affected by food-borne diseases caused by bacteria transmitted from pests every year. Sprague’s highly trained and dedicated team is driven to do its part to provide the world with the safe food and healthy living and work it deserves.
Sprague’s approach to pest prevention and elimination is based on science. Since its inception, Sprague’s team members have used science for better outcomes for their clients.
Our team includes 2 Board Certified Entomologists (BCE) and 24 Associate Certified Entomologists (ACE) who work every day to design and deliver pest management programs using the latest technology and products to safeguard people, property and food, and leave the smallest environmental footprint.
Let science and Sprague become your partners in fighting pests.
Sprague Pest Solutions
1950 W Rose Garden Ln STE 100Phoenix AZ AZUnited States
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