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Ask The Expert: How to Deal with Drywood Termites
As seen on KCAL 9, here’s a tip from Sue Fries regarding an effective non-chemical, full structure treatment for drywood termites. Ask The Expert: How to Deal with Drywood Termites
ECOLA in the Best of LA Hall of Fame
Congratulations to ECOLA for making it to the Best of LA Hall of Fame! Named Best Green Exterminator in 2007, ECOLA remains the leading expert in eco-friendly pest control methods. Click here to see how ECOLA is conserving water in the wake of the California drought.
"Yelpers" Praise ECOLA
Here’s a sample what our great customer’s are posting on YELP about Ecola: 7/14/2015 Have had a wonderful experience with this company! Jason came out to confirm that we indeed had termites – both subterranean and dry wood. He did a thorough examination of all areas of our home, from attic to crawl space… Read More »
ECOLA Considered a "Best Buy"
Find out why Alan Mendelson considers Ecola Termite and Pest Control a “Best Buy”:
Sue Fries is on KCAL 9!
Sue Fries is making an appearance on KCAL 9! Tune in to the Alan Mendelson Show this Saturday at 5:30pm to learn how ECOLA’s remains one of California’s “best buys.”
Join us for Fishfest 2015!
Fishfest 2015 is fast approaching, and ECOLA is sponsoring! Come see us on June 13th, 2015 in the festival grounds, and view the latest in green extermination for you and your home. Want to make a night out of this for the whole family? Fishfest features artists including: Toby Mac, Hillsong Young and Free, Newsboys,… Read More »
The Termite Lady’s Tips for a Bed Bug Free Trip
Looking to travel soon? Before you step foot into your next hotel room, make sure you listen the Termite Lady’s tips & tricks for a bed bug free trip.
Get Tough with Termites! Sue Fries Speaks on The Home Pro Show
Sue Fries encourages homeowners to get tough with termites! Check out Sue on The Home Pros Show of San Diego.
The Brown Widow Spider in California; Simple Steps for Protection
By: Susan Fries Did you know there is a spider twenty times more common than the black widow? Latrodectus geometricus, otherwise known as the brown widow spider, is a non-native cousin of the infamous black widow. Since its discovery in Southern California in 2003, it has since spread from Torrance to Ventura, Western San… Read More »
ECOLA’s Organic Approach to Rodenticide
Click below to read about California’s recent restriction on second-generation rodenticide, and ECOLA’s innovative treatment method using Vitamin D3!