Queens’ Local Pest Control Company
Also serving Douglaston, Doug Bay, Douglas Manor, and Douglaston Hill
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
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Why You Should Choose Ecology Exterminators
Ecology Exterminating can ably solve any and all of your pest problems, including rodents, roaches and bedbugs. We employ certified, skilled technicians who provide knowledgeable and friendly service. Ecology Exterminating, which has been working for more than three decades for those in the Bayside area, accepts all major credit cards. Contact us today to start solving your pest related problems. We assure you that you will be totally satisfied with our professional service, methods and results.
Douglaston/Bayside Pests and Insects
Pest problems are relatively few in Bayside. In fact, Bayside has the lowest incidence of pests in all of New York City. Rodents are a problem in only about 3.2% of the homes, making Bayside 10 percentage points under the average for Queens and 25 points under the average for the city. Cockroaches are found in less than 10% of all households and bedbugs are virtually nonexistent. Homes and other structures in the area are rated good to excellent by 95% of the residents.
An Overview of Douglaston/Bayside
Located in the northeastern side of Queens, Bayside is one of the most expensive areas in the borough (according to a recent survey by CNN Money). Its location along the North Shore makes it very desirable. Bayside's boundaries include on the west Francis Lewis Boulevard and on the east 233rd Street. Grand Central Parkway is the stopping point on the south and Cross Island Parkway/Little Neck Bay lies to the north.
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