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Family Owned and Operated since 2001

Erie Pest Control was founded in 2001 by Doug and Kelly Welser.  It remains to this day a locally owned and operated business whose primary concern is servicing the people of Erie and keeping their homes, businesses, and family members safe from the ill effects caused by insects and rodents.

Erie Pest Control provides pest control services to both residential and commercial properties.  Customer service is our number one priority, and we prove that every day with our current customers. We pride ourselves in the fact that we do not stop until we solve the problems faced by our clients, and we educate the client on how to be proactive when it comes to pest control.

Meet the Team


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Doug Welser

Doug Welser, owner and operator of Erie
Pest Control, is the “Doug” in “When you see a bug…call Doug!”.  With over 20 years of education and experience, he knows how
to solve your pest control problems.  Doug still answers the phone himself, so he can provide each customer with the information they need to get their pest control
problems solved.

Kelly Welser

Kelly Welser

Kelly Welser, co-owner and co-founder
of Erie Pest Control, is involved with
everything but the bug killing part.  She handles the advertising, marketing, and
all other paperwork involved with running
the business.

Kevin Hultberg

Kevin Hultberg

Kevin Hultberg has been with EPC almost since it began.  He is professional, detail oriented, and his customers love him!  Kevin has always shown an amazing interest in entomology and is continuously coming up with innovative approaches to pest control.


Kaila Welser

Kaila Welser

Kaila, who was born into the business, officially joined the team in 2013.  Along with being a beautiful part of our advertising photos, she also helps out with the behind the scenes paperwork that makes the company run.

Carson Welser

Carson Welser

Carson, who was just a baby when Erie Pest Control was founded, has shown great interest in the future of the company and has contributed ideas to grow our services in the upcoming seasons.


Training

Our pest control technicians follow the training guidelines required by the PA Department of Agriculture.  Each technician is trained in the following areas and reviews are given annually in April, the beginning of our season.

  • Use of Application Equipment
  • Calibration of equipment
  • Equipment maintenance
  • Protective clothing required
  • Respiratory equipment
  • Proper disposal procedures
  • Transportation and spill
  • Handling  
  • Integrated Pest Management
  • Pest identification, biology, habits, and control methods
  • MSDS Sheets
  • Label Comprehension
  • Chemical Identification and Handling
  • Use of Application Equipment
  • Calibration of equipment

 

***The Department is required by the Pesticide Control Act of 1973, as amended in 1987, to educate all pesticide applicators about Integrated Pest Management (IPM) control methods as a part of license recertification requirements.


 

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To provide you with the best information we will need to know: 1. Square Footage of the Residence 2. Level of Infestation 3. Type of Pest
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