Eco Systems Pest Management

Residential and Commercial Pest Control

What Is It Like To Work With Eco Systems?
Since 1992, Eco Systems has offered homes and businesses in Eastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island safe and effective products and services in the elimination and control of a large number of problem pests. Eco Systems certified and licensed technicians provide our customers with prompt courteous service using the latest state-of-the-art practices and materials. Customer satisfaction is our top priority and we stand behind every job we do!

The Eco Systems Advantage
(Commercial & Industrial)
Online Access To All Your InformationHome Protection Coupon
All your information is just a click away. Online access to all your companies pest management information is in one spot. With just a few clicks you can see and print a report about what materials were used in your facility, view your service, payment, billing history and current statement. You will also be able to track trends such as pests found and deficiencies.

Pest of the month December

Brown Recluse Spider

Eco Systems Pest Management

The brown recluse spider is one of two dangerously poisonous spiders found in the United States. Although brown-recluses are non-aggressive, disturbing them can cause them to bite and release very potent venom. Fatalities are rare, but are much more common among children, the sick, and the elderly.

Throughout the years, the brown recluse has been known by a variety of different names including the violin spider, the fiddleback spider, the recluse spider, and the brown spider.

Full Service Pest Control Company
Eco Systems Prides itself on the use of use of low toxicity material, and intelligent application to provide outstanding pest management to residential and commercial properties. Whether it is a mouse problem in a home or a complex maintenance program in a food processing plant we are ready to provide outstanding service. We provide one time or a program for the following pests.

Termites
Carpenter Ants
Ants
Bees and Wasps
Mosquitoes
Carpenter Bees
Mice
Rats
Bedbugs
Spiders
Earwigs
Roaches
Ticks
Centipedes
Fleas
Stink Bugs