Our Pest Control Blog
Want to learn from the pest control experts? We’ve got you covered. Our blog is your one-stop resource for information on how to prevent pests and make the most of your treatments.
While visual evidence of a mouse (living or dead) is the most obvious sign that you have a mouse problem, there are other ways to tell if your house is hosting unwanted visitors.
Learn more about how Eco Serve offers pest control in the healthcare facilities to make their community a better place for upstate New York residents.
As Spring arrives, pests will become more active. Read out guide on how you can avoid a pest infestation in New York in the upcoming warm season.
Want to learn more about commercial pest control? Read about which pests you can expect to see in commercial industries, as well as why it's vital for your business.
Wasps are one pest that people question the actual purpose of. Don't let an infestation happen, but learn more about these interesting stinging insects.
There are many different types of ants in upstate NY that are looking for a way inside your home. Learn more about the types of ants you may encounter and how to stop an infestation.
Wasps and yellow jackets can be annoying pests around your Buffalo, NY home. At Eco Serve Pest Control, we are dedicated to helping you eliminate wasps and yellow jackets from your home in an eco-friendly and efficient way.
Moles and voles can be destructive to your lawn. The damage they create can be unappealing as well as attract other pests. While they offer a bit of environmental benefit in aerating the soil with their digging, having them in your garden can be a bother.
Carpenter ants are a very common pest in the Western New York Region. We have a dense population of many different kinds of trees, root systems, and woodpiles outside to keep our fireplaces running through the winter, so it would only be natural for carpenter ants to find their way into our homes.
There are 3 major bees that we deal with in the Western New York region. The carpenter bee, the bumble bee, and the honey bee are all insects we have come in contact with weather we are aware of it or not.