At Beach Pest Control, we only employ trained technicians who understand what areas to treat and how to handle infestations. We provide peace of mind because we are trained to handle a variety of situations. Our technicians are familiar with various species of pests, their life cycles, and living habits. We arrange plans specific to your needs. The size of your home, the level of infestation, and long-term prevention are all considered when developing your Integrated Pest Management (IPM) program. We also offer an option for pre-treatments on new construction, perimeter treatment to prevent bug entry, and emergency services.
There is a lot to worry about when pests invade your home.
If you have mice, rats, cockroaches, termites, or bed bugs in your home, they’re more than just an inconvenience. Mice can carry hantavirus or salmonella. Rats can carry bubonic plague and leptospirosis. Cockroach feces can exacerbate asthma symptoms and transmit e coli. Termites cause an average of $5 billion in property damage each year. Bed bugs, although they do not transmit disease, are a terrible nuisance and create mental anguish.
New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Lic# 15900
New Jersey Department Environmental Protection Agency Lic# 905898.
For over ten years, Matthew Brewi has been working to resolve pest problems for clients in New York City, Northern New Jersey, and Long Island. He is licensed in both New York and New Jersey, and certified as a Bed Bug Specialist by the New York Pest Management Association. Matthew is licensed to resolve, remove, and abate nuisance wildlife on your property; licensed to provide services for food processing plants, restaurants, bars, and food management facilities; and licensed to remove and prevent termites from damaging your property.
Beach Pest follows an Integrated Pest Management protocol (IPM). IPM is an ecosystem-based strategy that focuses on long-term prevention of pests or their damage through a combination of techniques such as:
biological control, habitat manipulation, modification of cultural practices, and use of resistant varieties.
When a product is applied, it is always labeled as effective, tested by the Federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and approved by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYS-DEC).
Your location will be bedbug free for 90 days guaranteed or we will find out why, fix it, and redo the treatment.