About Aspire Pest Solutions

Aspire Pest Solutions is owned and operated by Lavonne Dideon, one of the few Women-Owner-Technicians in the Pacific Northwest.

Lavonne previously owned another successful pest control company in the greater Seattle area. She saw an opportunity for a women owned business and has years of experience working in all aspects of the Pest Control industry. Her strength is business, sales and marketing while creating custom programs with her clients. This has given her an edge in the marketplace.

Lavonne and her team develop low risk pest management programs to fit our clients’ individual needs. We stay current with what is going on in the industry and apply our know how to treating each clients pest issues. Our goal is to be the best in service while protecting your home, pets and families.

Lavonne Dideon - Owner & Technician Aspire Pest Control
Lavonne Dideon - Owner & Technician Aspire Pest Control

The Team

Aspire Pest Solutions staff love what they do, and it shows in our service.

We are committed to providing the best quality of work that is performed by state certified and exceptionally trained staff. The Aspire Team is always learning and growing to be the best.

At Aspire we truly care for our employees and believe in supporting them and their families. We encourage them to get involved in the community donating free services to non-profit agencies in the local area.

The Difference:

Integrated Pest Management (IPM)

We treat your home like it was our own home or business.

We are sensitive to your family and pets and focus on safety. Our Monthly programs are more ecofriendly using less chemicals. We resolve the pest issue and then maintain a regular presence monitoring the situation to keep it under control. We focus on your home or business, the environment, and the community around you. We utilize a mix of products while incorporating (IPM) Integrated Pest Management.

Utilizing IPM gives our Aspire Technicians and edge over most of the competition. We observe and monitor the pest behaviors and activities. This allows us to close entry points and gets the situation under control.