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, 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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May is such a beautiful month. The sun is warmer, the air is fresh, and the world is once again turning green. May brings so much promise for a sweet summer to come. So much of what we love about spring and summer depend upon the generosity of Mother Nature. We pay homage to that Read More »
Now that spring is here, most homeowners are happy to once again do outdoor fix-ups or enjoy the sunshine. Unfortunately, many pests are also waking up in spring, posing a threat to your security. Termites are one pest that all homeowners fear. These tiny destroyers can cause significant damage to your home right under your Read More »
The common adage “April showers bring May flowers” is a harbinger of the warm, beautiful season to come. But, spring rains can also signal a not so pleasant arrival: termite season. Why Termites Swarm When a termite nest is overcrowded or there is not enough food to support the size of the colony, sexually Read More »
At a time when going “green” is growing in popularity alongside increasing concerns about the environment, there is one industry that is hardly ever thought of as eco-friendly: pest control. But it’s possible to protect your home and the environment without letting those pesky pests share your space. It’s true that termites, rodents, roaches, bedbugs Read More »
Termites are such destructive creatures that there’s really only one thing we want to know about them: how to get rid of them! Given that many scientists believe termites predate humans, the likelihood of their complete demise is unrealistic. But at least you can learn some facts to help you understand their role in nature Read More »
The return to warmer temperatures is the perfect time for both spring cleaning and a termite inspection. As you bring your house back to life from winter, remember that pests can be lurking both inside and outside your home. Spring provides a great opportunity to rid your home of all unwanted dirt and intruders. Why Read More »
The return of spring means it’s time to jump back into home maintenance after a winter of nesting. The to-do list can get rather lengthy, but here’s an item that should be on every homeowner’s list: an annual termite inspection. This yearly routine is free when you call a pest control specialist such as Ecola. Read More »
The weather in Southern California draws many people to settle here, but it’s that same weather that attracts termites to the area as well. No matter how vigilant homeowners are, termites are incredibly talented as home invaders, making termite control an ever-constant battle. The Three Termite Species of Southern California Drywood termites are the most prevalent termite Read More »
Finding tiny termites in your house is one of the biggest fears of every homeowner. They threaten thousands of homes each year, upsetting the financial and emotional security of your home. Traditionally, tenting and fumigation have been the eradication method most accepted as effective. Tenting requires covering the entire home and killing termites using a Read More »
As temperatures drop in winter, rodents such as mice, rats, and even squirrels like to make themselves cozy in the warmth of your home. These pests bring damage and disease with them and should not be taken lightly. Once securely nestled into your attic, basement, or other areas of your home, they decide to raise Read More »
Almost everyone has had the experience of reaching into your closet for your favorite suit only to find tiny little moth holes. There are two types of closet moths that typically attack clothing: the webbing clothes moth (Tineola Bisselliella) and the casemaking clothes moth (Tinea Pellionella). These moths are so small that you may not Read More »
Discovering pantry moths in your kitchen can bring any home cook’s blood to a boil. Considered to be the most troubling food-infesting pest in the nation, these small creatures can create a lot of extra work for you, as well as result in the costly loss of food. You’ll have to take pest control action 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.