"Commercial Pesticide Applicator License: AG-L1021906
Commercial Pesticide Operator License: AG-L1038757
Now servicing the Tillamook, Cannon Beach, and Seaside areas.
Payment Method: Checks, Cash, Debit and Credit Cards.
NOTE: I always advise a free consultation/inspection for rodent and other small animal (e.g., opossum, raccoon) elimination. Of course, the most important part of this is finding the access point(s) into your living space, attic, crawlspace and/or basement, and securing them. Check out my website: ecosystempestsolutions.com. My company completes a lot of exclusion, cleanup, cleanout, and decontamination work, as animal droppings and urine can be a health hazard, especially if they are in or anywhere near air/ventilation ducts. Remember, approximately 50% of the air you breath in your home comes directly from your crawl space.
My main goal is to keep animals (e.g., rats, mice, squirrels, raccoons) out of your attic, crawlspace, and living space permanently. All of our work is guaranteed. Feel free to give me a call if you have any questions.
No monthly, bi-monthly, quarterly, or yearly contracts required. I provide guarantees, not expensive and inefficient contracts. In addition, what happens to the the ecosystem around or in your home if spraying of chemicals are applied on a monthly basis? Yes, you are correct, toxicity will build up; leaving the soil composition and properties (pH, salinity, cation exchange capacity, organic matter, and carbon to nitrogen ratios) around your house completely out of equilibrium. Even the so-called "natural" and "organic" pesticides" are toxic if applied inappropriately or if these pesticides are applied over and over.
Ecosystem Pest Solutions is a front runner in solving your pest problem using knowledge and experience. For example, finding and sealing off access points, and eliminating conducive conditions are the keys to eliminating rats from your home. With us, using rodenticides, pesticides, or insecticides is the last resort. Habitat modification and the education we provide are key. Our mission is to keep your home pest free with real green, organic problem solving; a solution for you, not a bandaid. We are not interested in signing you up on any contract, just pure guarantees, from us to you.
IPM is an ecosystem-based strategy that focuses on long-term prevention of pests and the damage they can cause. The true green, non-toxic approach means not using any rodenticides, pesticides, or insecticides, whether natural or not. Natural products are still labeled as pesticides and can provide toxicity to the environment if used incorrectly. Toxicity is a result of overuse, no matter the product. Even water can be toxic. However, in some cases the “minimal” use of pesticides or insecticides may be warranted. For example, ant colony elimination can be accomplished with minimal use of ant bait….applied ONLY to the active site and ONLY when the activity is occurring….not before or after. Another example, Biocontrol (e.g., bacterium Bacillus thuringiensis) is a great option for those who want nature to do the work. This bacterium is a naturally occurring predatory and parasitic pest solution that thrives in healthy soil, and is toxic in pest intestines. The most fantastic part of this, B. thuringiensis isn’t harmful to honey bees, they’re immune!
Finding solutions for my clients. Our treatments are carefully timed and targeted based on monitoring of the pest population level, therefore, they are more effective and last longer than those based on a prescheduled ongoing maintenance (i.e. monthly, bi-monthly or quarterly planned pesticide treatments). This doesn’t mean we won’t consult with you on a regular basis, it just means we will use real science and solve your pest problem(s). In addition, proper species identification (e.g. not all ants or rats are created equal) is essential in how treatments are completed. This savings can then be applied to less expensive landscape maintenance (e.g. ongoing organic matter removal to reduce ant activity), more frequent garbage removal to prevent rat activity, and structural modification (e.g. foundation vent repair to prevent crawl space rodent activity). For other bugs or insects, plant diversification can go a long way. For example, planting some marigolds alongside those tomatoes, not only will be more aesthetically appealing, but you will also get protection against unwanted pests."