When I was six year’s old, I accidentally drank insecticide that was inappropriately stored in a Coca-cola bottle. Perhaps then I should’ve realized the role these chemicals would play in my life. When I was fifteen years old, I found myself before the Taunton City Council pleading a case for a safer alternative to the pesticide they were spraying to kill gypsy moth caterpillars. As a beekeeper, I knew their pesticide didn’t discriminate—it killed the caterpillars as well as everything else, including honeybees. Even as a kid, I knew that killing one destructive pest at the expense of all the beneficial ones wasn’t “eco-logical.” Ultimately the city council agreed, and chose a safer, natural bio-cide that affected only the caterpillars.
These early experiences shaped my beliefs about insects, pesticides, and ecology. In 1981, I became the youngest licensed and certified pest control operator (PCO) in Massachusetts. I started a small business removing colonies of honeybees from buildings and relocating them to my apiary. Soon customers wanted me to help them with other insect and rodent problems at their properties, using the same common sense and ecological methods.
So it is with a great deal of pride and excitement that I introduce Ecologic Entomology to you. Our company builds upon past achievements while pursuing forward-thinking innovations. We pledge to deliver the very best pest management services in the industry. We put people before profits. We make no false claims or warranties, and we adhere to a strict code of ethical and moral conduct in the way we operate our business. Integrity Matters.
Remember, we share this planet with many creatures that may, at times, be a threat to human health and property. We have an obligation to manage these conflicts in a responsible manner.
Thank you for your interest in Ecologic Entomology.
Jonathan Boyar, A.C.E.
Without our help, the future of nature’s most valuable pollinator is uncertain.
In the fall of 2006, beekeepers across the globe began reporting a rapid decline and disappearance of honeybee colonies. Entire colonies of bees vanished from their hives leaving unattended eggs and immature bees behind, a highly unusual characteristic for honeybees. Since then, the problem has escalated at an alarming rate, and the phenomenon has become known as Colony Collapse Disorder. Honeybees are beneficial insects that play a critical role in nature and agriculture. Without honeybees, everyday foods would become rare, expensive, or unobtainable. Without our help, the future of nature’s most valuable pollinator is uncertain.
From the first phone call, the customer service was excellent. I got immediate answers and personal responses to my concerns. As a prior customer, I knew who to call and knew I’d be taken care of well. Technicians are friendly and understanding. Very, very happy customer here!
We were pleased that when a tech had a opening in their schedule we were contacted and ended up with same-day service. The tech was great and knowledgeable and took the time to explain what the service entailed and what we could expect as a result.
I was absolutely desperate for an exterminator because hundreds of maggots crawled from an outdoor trash area into my very clean bedroom, and my unreliable property manager was not answering. I called a few exterminators that came up on google and they were rude and unable to send anyone out for days. When I called Ecologic Entomolgy I was treated so well and they rushed someone out there. He was SO helpful, so nice, so educated and really made me feel safe and my room feel clean. Definitely my go to exterminator for the future!!! Thank you so much Lenny!
When I called, EE was pleasant and professional and helped me schedule an appointment that same week. The specialist sent out arrived early and did a very thorough inspection. Thankfully, we’re off the hook for bedbugs, and I couldn’t be more relieved! They probably deal with tons of freaked-out people regularly–but I wouldn’t know it from how easygoing they are. EE really set my mind at ease; it’s definitely worth setting up an inspection if you suspect bedbugs.
We have used Ecologic at our home since we found carpenter ants on inspection and have had great experience. They arrive when they say they will and have taken great caution with our dog and our yard so that it would be safe for both him and our kids.
I have had bad or mediocre experiences with Pest Control companies. This company really is an exception to the rule. James, the technician, was extremely thorough and well prepared. He didn’t just drop a few bait boxes around (like other companies have), he made an inspection of all possibly mouse entry points and found one that no one else ever has behind the refrigerator…and that’s because he took the time to pull it out. He put all the bait in places that were behind the walls and then stuffed the entry points. Very impressive.