About Pest Control Northwest
Based out of Kirkland, WA, Pest Control Northwest was founded by owner Trey Shelton in 1990. Trey has trained extensively in pest control methods, both eradication, and prevention. His depth of knowledge is so extensive that according to the Washington State Department of Agriculture, Trey is the most broadly licensed pest control operator in the state.
In addition, Trey is an active member of relevant, conservation-minded industry organizations including the Washington State Pest Management Association, the National Pest Management Association, the Washington Trappers Association, the National Trappers Association, the Washington State Farm Bureau, the Puget Sound Beekeepers Association, the Northwest Beekeepers Association, Ducks Unlimited and The Wildlife Society.
Merged with Trey’s extensive training is his commitment to customer service. As the owner and operator of the company, Trey treats every service call with the utmost care. From the very first contact, Trey works directly with his customers, going over details to determine how to best solve the problem. When dealing with Pest Control Northwest, there are no middlemen or phone operators to deal with. You will never have an untested, inexperienced stranger show up at your home. Every customer gets the benefit of Trey’s experience and dedication.
On top of his pest management and odor control qualifications, Trey Shelton is a licensed, bonded and insured contractor. If you have damage to part of your structure or need a repair in places such as your attic, crawlspace or basement, Trey’s expertise with ductwork, insulation, drainage, wood rot repair, rodent exclusion, and indoor air quality mean there is no need to call a separate company. Pest Control Northwest can handle the job from beginning to end.
He was honored to be named the Skykomish Valley 2016 Volunteer of the Year for hundreds and hundreds of hours of work helping to restore the historic Startup Event Center. The 1937 original construction of this former Sultan, Washington school building will see new life far into the future as it serves as a community focal point managed by the Skykomish Valley Arts Council.
Trey is active in several non-profit organizations, including Habitat for Humanity and the Muscular Dystrophy Association.