Brooklyn’s Local Pest Control Company
Also serving Brooklyn Heights, Park Slope, Fulton Mall, Boerum Hill, Brooklyn Navy Yard and Fulton Ferry.
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
- A.S., Park Slope
For fastest service, call 24 hours a day:
Why You Should Choose Ecology Exterminators
The historically grounded neighborhood of Park Slope is rich in many ways and exceptionally diverse as it is the home of both wealthy and relatively middle class families. Homes and institutions can rely on Ecology Exterminating to expertly tend to their needs regarding any and all pests. Contact us today; we take all major credit cards and out skilled technicians are on-hand to help you.
Park Slope/Clinton Hill/Ft. Greene Pests and Insects
Homes in Park Slope and Clinton Hill have a low incidence of cockroaches and rodents with each standing at about 23%. Bedbugs are also overall low. The numbers for roaches, rodents and bedbugs are below average for Brooklyn and just about average for New York City. Still, there are plenty of problems with pests in the area.
An Overview of Park Slope/Clinton Hill/Ft. Greene
Park Slope, Fort Greene and the surrounding areas comprise culturally rich neighborhoods that are the home to many writers, actors, musicians and artists. Located in Brooklyn, is the home the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the Brooklyn Music School, The Paul Robeson Theater and many other institutions. Wallabout/Myrtle Avenue borders the neighborhood on the north. Other boundaries include Atlantic Avenue to the south, Flatbush Avenue to the west and Washington Avenue to the east.
CALL US NOW TO SOLVE
YOUR PEST PROBLEM:
Complete our convenient email form and we'll contact you immediately!
Exposure to cockroach allergens (found in droppings) is believed to be a major risk factor for asthma among children in inner-city homes. Mouse dropping allergies are as common as mold and dust allergies, but mouse droppings can also harbor dangerous diseases and trigger asthma in some people.