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At EcoShield, we care about our customers, our communities, and our employees. With each and every interaction with our team, our mission is to solve your pest problems and to provide you with a pest-free and happy home. With our dedication to 5 Star service and our ability to solve difficult pest problems, we started EcoShield Pest Solutions to provide consumers the bliss of pest-free living in a safe, effective, and convenient manner!

At EcoShield we understand that pests are an annoyance! They persistently and systematically invade your home looking for food, water and shelter. Once indoors they pose serious health risks to you and your family and can damage your most valuable investment. All the materials we use at EcoShield are carefully regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency and all of our technicians are state licensed and trained in the application of all materials we use.

At EcoShield we always practice environmentally conscious pest control and apply all materials according to label instructions.

read more › Pests are a homeowners worst nightmare. Whether your currently dealing with an infestation or want to prevent pests from invading your home in the future, EcoShield offers the most comprehensive and eco-friendly residential pest control plan in the industry! The Initial Service is a comprehensive inside and outside service designed to flush ADULT pests from your home and begins to establish a barrier. The Egg Cycle Service will be performed 30-45 days after the initial treatment to ensure that any newly hatched pests don't re-infest your home.

read more › Bed Bugs are a homeowners worst nightmare. Bed bug infestations spread when an individual comes into contact with bed bugs and unknowingly brings them somewhere else. They are transported as stowaways, hiding in luggage, couches, beds, pillows, or backpacks to name a few. Bed bugs cling to moving items like briefcases and can easily fall off, allowing them to relocate and spread. It's also a common occurrence that bed bugs lay eggs on these items. As the host moves, they can fall off and hatch far away from where they originally came from.

read more › Tired of battling mosquitoes in your backyard? Ecoshield is proud to offer the most effective and affordable mosquito control solutions so you can enjoy being outside again. Whether you have pets, kids or just enjoy sitting outdoors and enjoying your yard, our Mosquito Shield Program will make sure that you can do that without annoying mosquitoes biting you at every turn! Every three weeks an EcoShield technician will come out to your home to conduct an inspection, looking for areas where water can pool, which often makes an ideal breeding source for females to lay eggs.

read more › Termites can be the most destructive pest to houses, especially if they are not detected early on. If left unchecked, they can cause extensive damage and, even more so, headaches for the homeowners when it comes to getting rid of them. Often, termite damage is unseen behind walls, and ceilings and the average cost of repairs typically cost between $3000 and $8000, depending on the extent of the damage. Since monitoring for termites can be difficult and very time-consuming for homeowners to do on their own, Ecoshield offers our exclusive Shield Termite Program.

read more › When rodents, squirrels and other vermin invade your home, they are more than an inconvenience. These pests chew through wires, eat drywall, tear insulation and leave droppings behind. If you experience recurring problems with mice, squirrels, or other rodents getting into your house, a permanent (and highly recommended) solution is available from the experts at EcoSchield. All of our branches cover the following pests under our exclusion service: mice, squirrels, rats and depending on your location, the following wildlife may also be included such as birds, bats, opossums, raccoons, etc. Please call our office for details.

read more › Good attic insulation slows the rate of heat transfer and this is important in the summer and winter. During the winter, attic insulation helps stop the flow of heat out of the home, and during the summer, it shows the movement of heat into the home. This not only makes the home more comfortable but also helps your HVAC system work more efficiently and effectively, saving substantial money on your utility bills. Insulation is one of those home investments that easily pays for itself over time. Is there such a thing as insulation that also possesses pest control properties?

read more › Avoid the hazards of DIY! If you currently have a stinging insect nest on your property that requires immediate attention, please call our office to speak to a representative. EcoShield will safely remove stinging insect nests or remediate carpenter bees that are currently damaging your property. If you have wasps, hornets, yellow jackets, Africanized bees, or carpenter bees, we can help. If you are unsure whether you are dealing with yellow jackets, wasps, or hornets, no worries. Without the trained eye of a professional, it may be challenging to identify which species you are dealing with.

read more › Scorpions can be very dangerous pests. They are related to mites, ticks, and also spiders. An estimated 1,500 scorpion species exist in the world and 70 different species in the United States alone! They have 4 pair of legs and also a pair of pinchers in the front. When looking at them, you are going to find a segmented long. Asian Lady Beetles are on of the most variables species in the world and are found in a wide range of colors. They are a very common pest found throughout North America. It is commonly referred to as the Halloween lady beetle due to the fact that it typically infests homes in October while preparing for Winter.

read more › Ants are not easy to control. There are some things you should know about ants, which cause them to be a much bigger problem than you might have originally thought. Ants enter through tiny cracks in your home, looking for food or water. If you have a nest of ants anywhere near your home, you are open to an ant infestation. Some ant colonies can grow as large as 500,000 ants, and they have no problem moving if they feel it's necessary. This is why DIY ant exterminations don't typically work since they don't account for the hundreds of thousands of ants you can't see.

read more › Bed bugs are one of the worst infestations you can have. These pesky pests feed on blood and can live up to a year without a meal. They reproduce quickly and hide away for so long that by the time you notice you're infested, it's almost too late. That's why you need EcoShield Pest Control. We are trained and effective in eliminating bed bugs from your home, without putting you and your family in danger. If you have any signs of a bed bug infestation, you must act quickly since it will get progressively worse over time.

read more › Boxelder bugs are identified by their reddish or orange markings on their back. You'll see them in the fall where they tend to congregate on warm rocks, trees, or buildings where the sun hits. In the winter they seek shelter in homes or businesses where crevices allow them entrance. They will insulate themselves in those crevices for protection from the cold winter weather. They are not known to bite, however, if handled they may attempt to suck on your skin which can puncture the skin and lead to an irritation similar to a mosquito bite.

read more › Carpenter bees are a group of bees which, as the name suggests, tunnel and nest in wood. Unlike other social bee species, carpenter bees are solitary creatures that nest in excavated wood galleries instead of forming large colonies. Named for their carpenter-like abilities, the bees bore into wood to construct tunnels with individually partitioned cells for their offspring. Over time, the wood-boring activities of carpenter bees can cause aesthetic and structural damage. Although they can be destructive, they rarely pose threats to the physical wellbeing of humans.

read more › Since cockroaches are nocturnal, the ones you've seen probably aren't all of them. They hide inside walls, behind furniture, and other small areas are ideal. If you've seen just one, you must act quickly! Cockroaches are common pests that infest both residential homes and commercial buildings where there is food, warmth and moisture. There are multiple different species of cockroaches that can be found throughout the United States including Oriental cockroaches, German cockroaches, and American cockroaches.

read more › It is well known that fleas can cause extreme discomfort for your pets, but did you know that fleas can also feed on humans? On top of that, they can infest pet beds, carpets, furniture, and other areas where the host animal may rest. Fleas reproduce quickly and exist in large populations wherever livestock and animals exist. Essentially, if they have food to sustain them, they will not go away. Just treating your animals isn't enough either, because they can exist in many areas around your home.

read more › Mice and rats are one of the most hazardous infestations you can have. They can cause various diseases, leave an unhealthy residue, and can even affect the livability of your home as they chew through wires and walls. Rodents not only cause harm themselves, but they can also leave you vulnerable to further infestations. On top of that, they can harm your food sources, making everything you eat unhealthy and hazardous to your health. Despite most over the counter measures to get rid of these pests, rodents are notoriously wary of changes to their environment.

read more › Do you remember the West Nile Virus wreaking havoc around the United States in the early 2000s? West Nile Virus is just one example of blood-borne illnesses that mosquitoes can carry. On top of that, mosquitoes cause itching, and can even cause severe swelling and other allergic reactions in some humans. Mosquitoes are a type of fly that belong to the insect family Culex. The females have the piercing and sucking mouthparts that are necessary to allow them to feed on human and animal blood, which enables them to nourish their eggs.

read more › The most common rats are Norway Rats and Roof Rats. If you suspect a rat problem at your home, don't delay and call the rat experts at EcoShield! Roof rats can fit through holes as small as one-half inch in diameter. Because they prefer to be high in the air, these rodents may climb on power lines or tree branches to get on the roof. Roof rats can cause extensive and costly damage by chewing on the electrical wires, damaging furniture and storage boxes, and ripping up insulation in the attic. The visual signs of roof rat activity include visual sightings, nests, droppings, and grease marks along the surface of your home.

read more › Scorpions can be very dangerous pests. They are related to mites, ticks, and also spiders. An estimated 1,500 scorpion species exist in the world and 70 different species in the United States alone! They have 4 pair of legs and also a pair of pinchers in the front. When looking at them, you are going to find a segmented long tail with their stinger at the end. If you find these insects on your property, you need to get rid of them immediately as they can pose a serious threat to your family and others.

read more › Thousands upon thousands of species of spiders have been identified all over the world. They range from the jumping spider, to the wolf spider, to the black widow spider. These pests are can be extremely harmful to you and your family causing harm from small bite marks all the way to almost instantaneous death. Spiders also insight fears in most people, which make them even more hazardous. You shouldn't have to live with these pests, and you shouldn't have to deal with them alone. That's where we come in.

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