Summertime is here in Minneapolis and that means you need to be more aware of Fleas and Ticks. As many people believe you need to have a dog or cat in order to have fleas and ticks in your house. This is not true, although they often carry these two insects they are not the only ones that can! Fleas and ticks can easily grasp onto a person to gain entry to your house. They may also come inside on new carpeting or other items brought into the house. Fleas and ticks may carry diseases like Lyme disease, typhoid fever or tapeworms that can make humans and your pets very sick, that is why if you have an infestation you should give Eco Tech a call today!Read Full Post →
Eco Tech is an integrated Pest Management Service that offers removal of pests such as insects and animals. We have been serving the Twin Cities for over 15 years and are proud to support the Blaine, Coon Rapids and Anoka area.
Spring is approaching here in Minnesota and that means many insects are going to emerge from their winter hideouts. Breeding season means nest building and a plethora of bugs. Each home is unique and our professionals will examine your home to understand the source of the problem and not only to eliminate the insects but to fix the problem so you do not have to worry about future populations of this species invading your house. At EcoTech we do not require any of our clients to sign any contracts unless you decide that is the best option for you.Read Full Post →
Have you ever had friends or family over for a gathering at your Minneapolis, MN home and an unexpected insect made an appearance at the party? Obviously, the insect wasn’t on the guest list, and chances are your friends or family were creeped out! At EcoTech, we are a local insect extermination company that will help ensure that no insects will show up at any of your get togethers in the future!Read Full Post →
Spring is just around the corner and, along with blooming flowers, green grass and warm temperatures, you can also expect to see more insects in and around your property. Ants, spiders, roaches, bees and wasps are some of the most common pests that homeowners in the Minnesota area must deal with. Eco Tech is a natural pest control service that serves the Minneapolis area, offering organic pest control options that are safe for you, your family, your pets and the environment.Read Full Post →
Fleas are often most commonly associated with dogs and cats and other pets. However, fleas are more of a problem than just for pets. Oftentimes fleas can be transmitted to humans, and can be extremely irritating and painful. Fleas bite, and can cause extreme itching, making your life uncomfortable. Furthermore, they can carry a variety of diseases and this can put you, your pets and family at risk, thus, flea control is especially important.
The one thing that makes fleas potentially very dangerous, is the fact that they feed on blood. This means that if they bite an animal that is infected with a bloodborne disease, that disease can then be transmitted to whomever or whatever else they bite after.
Flea infestations are extremely difficult to get rid of and this is why it is pertinent to get professional help. If you find fleas around your home, your first move should be to call in the professionals who know how to get rid of fleas effectively, and Eco-Tech Pest Control can help provide Flea Exterminator services in Eden Prairie, MNRead Full Post →
With warmer weather comes the unwanted pests and bugs that linger around your home. Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to enjoy the warm weather in White Bear Lake, MN that is right around the corner without having to worry about seeing bugs crawl across your floor? Well, by partnering with Eco Tech, you can achieve pest free living this spring! By teaming up with our exterminating technicians, your home will be treated with products that are not harmful to your children or pets, while still being able to get rid of these pests for good! Although these critters are small, they can still be dangerous and may carry disease, so don’t risk it.Read Full Post →