About Green City Pest Control
Green City Pest Control is owned and operated by Scott Dideon. He is one of the few Board-Certified Entomologists in the Seattle area and has been in the pest control business for over 25 years. He received his Master’s degree in Entomology from Purdue University with a focus on Urban Pest Control. He has developed programs and best practices in the pest control industry and is making a big difference. He is helping to improve and change how to best approach pest applications.
Bed Bugs are on the rise and Scott has developed a non-heat treatment that is very safe and has been very successful particularly in homes for the elderly. Green City Pest Control adheres to higher standards than most pest control companies when treating your home. We want you to have peace of mind; knowing that your family and home is safe during and after pest control, the same way we too would want to be treated.
Focus of the Month
Winter Bed Bug Warning
With the holiday season approaching, people will be traveling more and many will stay in hotels. The very first thing you want to do is check your room around the bed for any indicators of Bed Bugs.
In our latest blog post, we walk you through some simple steps to help prevent you bring back some unwelcome guests when you return from your holiday travels.
Our Success Stories
~John G. in Shoreline, WA~
This company is professional in every sense. Their customer service is outstanding. The tech, Nick, showed up on time, and has kept me informed through all facets of the project.
~Linda J. in Kirkland, WA~
Even though the mole tunnels were all around my house, the owner of Green City Pest Mgmt, Scott, continued to bait the mole tunnels to finalize their annoyance .
~James H. in Renton, WA~
He was very responsive. Told me what was going to happen and followed through.
Associations & Certifications
Green City Pest Control maintains high standards and works alongside many organizations to stay current and knowledgeable within the pest control and other related industries.