Welcome to Pest Samurai!

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Thomas Matthews

Thomas Matthews was the first Pest Samurai. Upon finishing his degree as a chemical technician, he started a pest control service in Delaware. The name Samurai came from his fascination with Japanese culture. After almost 40 years of success we have really developed into a family run business.

In 2018 we have decided to stop with our local services and put all of our efforts into building the best DIY online database for pest control. We really think that almost all pest infestations can be resolved by anyone if they just follow the right instructions.

Our team has four well experienced professional pest exterminators. We have dealt with almost every type of pest infestation and our site can give you solution to any of your pest related problems. During our local service we have never used strong and toxic pest control products. We always preferred mechanical methods and natural products because some chemicals have residual effect that can cause great damage to children or pets. One of our missions is teach people not just how to get rid of pests but how to prevent annoying pest infestations.

The Rest of Samurai Exterminators

Paul Hayes

Paul has more than 17 years of pest control business operations experience. He has developed and used innovative pest control techniques that are not only more effective than traditional methods but also environment friendly. Pauls’ primary goal is to achieve pest control with zero impact to the environment.

Steve Vanatta

Steve specializes in pest control of mobile homes. His voyages led him to many places including Everett, Bellevue, Tacoma, Seattle, Federal Way, Salem, Eugene, Albany, Portland, Puyallup and Olympia. He is passionate in developing tips and tricks for mobile home owners to keep their mobile homes pest free.

George Climer

George recently joined our team as Biology graduate from University of Florida. His passion is beekeeping and that is where he spends most of his free time. He is usually friendly guy unless you start referring to bees as being pest (they are not!)