Brooklyn’s Local Pest Control Company
Also serving Williamsburg, Flushing Avenue, Northside and Southside
Why Choose Ecology?
– New York certified
– Established in 1973
– Uniformed, trained technicians
– Fully licensed and insured
– Prompt and personal service
– Less chemical usage
– Guaranteed workmanship
- R. Safer
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Why You Should Choose Ecology Exterminators
The Greenpoint/Williamsburg areas, which are heavily settled, are often in need of the services of Ecology Exterminating. For families that are dealing with pesky painful bedbugs and other types of vermin, we're ready to serve you. Ecology Exterminating, which accepts all major credits cards, offers friendly, professional and knowledgeable service. Contact us today, and our skilled technicians will get your pest problems under control. We're local, so we care!
Greenpoint/Williamsburg Pests and Insects
While life is great in Greenpoint & Williamsburg, bedbugs are a big concern. Williamsburg residents report a bedbug infestation rate of nearly 20%, while Greenpoint has a 9% rate. In Greenpoint, 26% of the homes see cockroaches each day and less than 20% see rodents. This is below average when compared to NYC. Williamburg has a much higher incidence of both, with 45% of homes having daily sightings of roaches and 39% rats and mice; both are well above the average for the City.
An Overview of Greenpoint/Williamsburg
Greenpoint and Williamsburg are adjacent communities in Brooklyn with Williamsburg to the southwest of Greenpoint. The are numerous ethnic groups in these two working class neighborhoods, making this part of Brooklyn one of the most culturally diverse in the city...and perhaps the country.
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