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Welcome to Go Green Pest Control

  • Who we are

    • Proud to serve the people of Tsawwassen, Ladner and North Delta
    • North and South Delta’s only family-owned and operated pest control service
    • University-trained and experienced professional problem solvers
    • Licensed, certified, insured
    • Full-service environmentally friendly
    • Speedy response
  • Do you have a problem

    • Rodents – rats or mice
    • Wildlife – racoons, squirrels, skunks
    • Birds – pigeons, sparrows, seagulls, crows
    • Insects – ants, wasps, silverfish, fleas, spiders, moths, beetles, fruit flies
  • What you can expect

    • Inspection of your property (even new homes are susceptible)
    • Identification of specific problem
    • Management and treatment plan for your specific situation
    • Explanation of your options, including advantages and disadvantages
    • Elimination of pest problem
    • Entry point exclusion is an important part of our service
    • Prevention plan
  • Our commercial and residential clients

    • Management companies
    • Retail stores
    • Food facilities
    • Warehouses
    • Individual tenants and homeowners


OUR GOAL: To provide a pest-free environment in your home or business through a thorough assessment and an effective treatment plan.

OUR COMMITMENT: To identify, eliminate and prevent pest problems. To this end, we offer monthly and bi-monthly inspections and monitoring programs for continued prevention. We are located in Delta @ 316 Rosehill Wynd, Tsawwassen B.C. V4M 3L9

Go Green Pest Control and the Tsawwassen Sun Festival Parade August 3rd – 2015

Randy Talks To Jack FM Morning Show about Cute Raccoon’s





Go Green Pest App

Go Green Pest Control will be introducing a free mobile app for iPhones and Android users that provides a broader spectrum of the services the company offers.The company leads the Delta B.C. area in pest control and has demonstrated its viability by the support earned by local merchants and homeowners. Randy Bilesky, the company’s CEO, said the app is going to make it easier for customers to reach out to them and for the company to provide its customers with news. “This free mobile app will make it incredibly easy for them to connect with us. It will also allow us to communicate with the public at large regarding breaking pest news, like tick alerts,” Bilesky said in a press release. This app will allow customers to arrange an immediate appointment, report a problem, leave a message for a technician, send a photo of the pest condition, provide feedback and refer a friend to the company. The app will be available for iPhone users on the Apple app store and for Android users through the Google Play store.SnipImage