Bronx’s Local Pest Control Company
Also serving Coop City, Throgs Neck, City Island, Spencer Estates, Country Club, Zerega, Westchester Square, Pelham Bay, Eastchester Bay, Schuylerville, Edgewater, Locust Point, and Silver Beach
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.F., Pelham Bay
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Why You Should Choose Ecology Exterminators
A higher than average number of residents than those in the Bronx and New York City rate their homes as being in from good to excellent shape. Almost 80% rank their living quarters as being better than most. Although Throggs Neck tends to have a lower incidence of pests, certain areas face an ongoing battle with cockroaches. If you have a problem with any type of vermin contact the certified experts at Ecology Exterminating. We're waiting to serve you and gladly accept all major credit cards.
Throgs Neck/Co-Op City Pests and Insects
Throgs Neck enjoys lower percentages of pests than the rest of the Bronx on average and is just about on average when compared to all of New York City. Rats and mice are seen daily in 23.1% of the homes and cockroaches are in about 30.1% of homes in the Throggs Neck community. At this point, bedbugs are found in only about 9% to 10% of residences in Throgs Neck, well below the average for either New York City or the Bronx.
An Overview of Throgs Neck/Co-Op City
Throgs Neck is a diverse neighborhood in the southeast part of the Bronx. The narrow peninsula includes expensive homes on the Long Island Sound and East River sides of the neighborhood, as well as more affordable single-family and apartment housing in other areas.
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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.