The management of ECOLA SERVICES, INC. consists of licensed operators with over 60 years of experience in all areas of the pest control industry. We are active members of the Local, State, and National Pest Control Associations, as well as a BBB Accredited Business.
Although many national companies successfully use alternative methods for controlling termites, we at ECOLA SERVICES, INC. consider ourselves to be The Alternative Methods Specialists. By using a combination of treatment techniques we feel we can be more effective in controlling termites in most structures with the least amount of chemicals in our environment. We currently use ECOLA HeatTM, Microwave, Electro-Gun, Borates (Salt Treatments), Foam Applications, Orange Oil, and EcoSMART Products. As new technology brings additional friendly methods we plan to add them to our tool box.
ECOLA SERVICES, INC. is licensed by the Structural Pest Control Board of California, a division of the Department of Consumer Affairs, by ETEX LTD., the manufacturer of the Electro-Gun equipment and by TPE for our ECOLA HeatTM treatment process.
All of our service technicians are licensed applicators through the Structural Pest Control Board and local Agricultural Departments, and are also trained and certified by ETEX LTD. in the use of the Electro-Gun equipment. ECOLA is certified in Heat treatments also.
ECOLA SERVICES, INC. is fully bonded and insured for your protection.
Our primary objective at ECOLA SERVICES, INC. is to rid your structure of termites. We have found, after experimentation with the old and the new technologies, that in most cases our effective non-chemical alternatives are the most convenient and economical methods. One of our licensed inspectors will determine the best method for your situation. They will explain the process and answer all of your questions, as well as discuss any preparations that may be necessary.
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Bed bugs are not discriminating travelers. They are happy to hide away in any crack or crevice and travel back home with you. And, according to chief entomologist Jim Fredericks from the National Pest Management Association, “They don’t discriminate between a first-class resort or a low-rate motel.” So how do you prevent the possibility of Read More »
Termite infestation is a homeowners’ worst nightmare. Separating termite myth from fact can help you get the termite treatment you need to save your home from expensive damages. The following are seven myths that you should know about: Brick houses on concrete slabs are termite-proof. Most brick homes have a wood framed interior. Termites can Read More »
Termites are pests that strike fear into the hearts of homeowners. Left unchecked, they can cause significant damage to a home. Make your home undesirable to termites with these four things termites hate: 1. Borates. Borate is a natural mineral. Its active ingredient is a salt that is harmless to humans and animals, but quite Read More »
In almost every area in our lives, green solutions have become part of the mainstream. When it comes to termite control, eco-friendly and family-friendly solutions sit side-by-side with traditional chemical solutions as effective termite treatment. As termite infestations are quite prevalent, especially in California, where there are subterranean, Formosan, and drywood termites, the need for Read More »
Is Your Deck Termite Free and Ready for BBQ Season? One of the best places to relax and get the most out of home living is outside on your deck. Whether having a quiet morning cup of coffee, an end of the day family BBQ, or a weekend get-together, your deck is central to enjoying Read More »
For over 50 years, the fundamental pest control method used for termite control has been fumigation. Yet many people worry about indoor air quality and the harmful effects that fumigation and tenting may have on their family. Termite Fumigation & Indoor Air Quality Termite tenting is an effective termite control method when a home Read More »
Termites act like a silent wrecking crew, slowly and diligently eating away at the wood structure of a home. A single colony can consist of millions of members. Unfortunately, they can do serious damage to a home well before the homeowner notices the problem, which can become costly. One of the first questions asked by Read More »
Unlike most insects around your house, termites are dangerous pests that threaten the financial and emotional security of your home. According to the National Pest Management Association, the total spent nationally on repairing homes from termite damage is well over $5 billion. Tenting for termite control has long been the accepted and most effective method Read More »
Subterranean termites require a combination of moisture, protection, and warmth to survive. When there is significant rainfall in warm weather, termites become more active, eating wet, moldy leaves and other organic matter as they burrow their way to your home. When there’s an increase in rain, it’s a good idea to be aware that your Read More »
As if it isn’t enough that pests in the home can spread illness within the family, when school begins, these household pests and pests within the school itself can easily spread germs in the classroom. Because both homes and schools have spaces that attract pests – spaces where food is stored, areas that are damp Read More »
Your home is a great shelter for pests of all kinds. Just because you don’t see them doesn’t mean they aren’t around. Don’t host unwanted rodents and termites in your home. They are too costly, unhealthy, and they disrupt the comfort you and your family deserve from your own home. Rodent Control Mice and rats Read More »
Is there anything else that screams ‘It’s summer!’ more than a BBQ? Whether a gathering of family and friends on the weekend or just a weeknight indulgence with the family, BBQs are a summer staple. The aroma and the taste of food cooked outdoors are mouthwatering – not just to you, but to the nearby Read More »
What Our Clients Are Saying
“We had three different termite companies give us estimates. I went with your company because it was the only one that gave me an estimate the same day plus the price was negotiable and reasonable. Tyson was even available after hours. We didn’t have to wait long to schedule the job. Luis was extremely professional and thorough. I will recommend this company to my associates. Nice job!”
— Betty Smith, Licensing Program Analyst, Orange County Inland Adult & Senior Care Region
Join Our Team!
We are always looking for great individuals that can fit in with our team. We are growing steadily and can provide a lot of opportunity for the right person. Benefits include: medical, dental, vision, 401k and bonuses. Experience in termite and pest control services is not a must, but you must be willing to learn how to care about our employees and customers and provide great service. The position offered are:
- Customer Service Representative
- Termite Technician
- Pest Control Technician
- Sales Inspector
- Annual Termite Inspector
A good candidate should possess great communication skills, have a desire to learn and grow, and have good problem solving skills. The application should be printed and filled out completely. A clean DMV record must be provided, and all applicants if hired, will be Live scanned. Applicants must also have dependable vehicle to get to work. Please send your contact information, resume and picture to Lavila@ecolatermite.com or Termite Lady.