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Servicing the North Olympic Peninsula

Port Angeles, Sequim, Joyce, Forks, Port Townsend, Port Hadlock, Port Ludlow, Quilcene & Brinnon

Basically from Forks east to Port Townsend and down south to Brinnon and all the places in between


Angeles Pest Control established since 1980

We purchased Angeles Pest Control from the original owners, Red and Jan Butler, in 1992. They began the company in 1980.  Our company has grown steadily thanks mainly to referrals from great customers!

As is the case for all pest control operators, we are licensed by the Washington State Department of Agriculture (WSDA). We also attend continuing education classes hosted by WSDA to keep abreast of what is happening in the pest control industry. We have been members of the Washington State Pest Management Association (WSPMA) and the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) since 1992.

Our Approach to Pest Control

Our goal is to control your insects with both chemical and Integrated Pest Management Strategies, using the appropriate amount of chemical to manage the target pest that is necessary for less risk to you and your family, us and our environment. 

We are continuing our education with classes provided by our industry, keeping abreast of new and innovative chemicals and methods.  We are always looking for better ways to service our customers. 

We also want to use this information to educate our clients through this website, our information sheets and newsletters.  That way you can make a more informed decision on your pest control needs.

Pest Identification

Take a look at our Pest Identification Page to find most insects you will come in contact within our area.  We only have insects on our website that are common to our location on the Olympic Peninsula because they are the ones that will affect you.  Other interesting and exotic insects can be found on the World Wide Web. 

Integrated Pest Management (known as IPM's)

There are some things you can do to greatly reduce the habitats that are conducive for pests.

You will find this information in our Integrated Pest Management list, otherwise referred to as IPM's.