Brooklyn’s Local Pest Control Company
Also serving Remsen Village, Farragut, Rugby, Erasmus and Ditmas Village
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. O., Remsen Ave.
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Why You Should Choose Ecology Exterminators
Ecology Exterminating's topnotch personnel are ready to serve you. We've been working in the industry for more than 35 years and our technicians are always professional, friendly and thorough. We're able to handle any and all pest problems. Plus, we take all major credit cards. Contact us today and we'll have one of our skilled, reliable exterminators at your home or business quickly.
East Flatbush/Remsen Village Pests and Insects
Although bedbugs are relatively low at 7.5%, rodents and cockroaches are a severe problem in the area. Cockroaches are found in 47.5% of the homes. That's 40% higher than Brooklyn on average and 70% higher than New York City. Rats and mice also appear at a high rate with 36.5% of the homes having ongoing problems. That's also 40% higher than the borough of Brooklyn and 60% greater than the average in The City.
An Overview of East Flatbush/Remsen Village
Located in Brooklyn, East Flatbush has an approximate border to the north at Empire Boulevard and East New York Avenue east of East 91st Street. Its southern border stands near the LIRR Bay Ridge Branch. East 98th Street serves as its approximate eastern border and New York Avenue as its western border. There are about 29,000 housing units for 85,400 residents.
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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.