Philadelphia Magazine Recognizes Green Pest Solutions as its “2018 Earth Friendly Exterminator” The editors at Philadelphia Magazine have named Green Pest Solutions the 2018 winner of the Best of Philly® award for “2018 Earth Friendly Exterminator”. Green Pest Solutions is the #1 locally owned and operated pest control company servicing the greater PA, NJ and […]
Green Pest Solutions is happy to announce that it has joined the thumbtack community of trusted service professionals.
Green Pest Solutions and Green Lawn Fertilizing have earned the service industry’s coveted 2013 Angie’s List Super Service Award for the second year in a row, reflecting an exemplary year of service provided to members of the consumer review service in 2013.
The New Jersey Pest Management Association (NJPMA) released the following consumer warning about the use of do-it-yourself pest control products.
Silverfish are hardy little pests that most of us have had the misfortune to come across at some point or another. Their signature silvery grey color, along with their scaly bodies and fish-like appearance of their movements has earned them their name.
Congratulations to our Lawn Care division, Green Lawn Fertilizing, for being named to Landscape Management’s top 150 Green Industry Companies list. Green Lawn Fertilizing ranked number nine in the Lawn Care category!
These pests pose no human threats, yet once their nests are established, they can excavate through wood and other elements of construction in homes, costing homeowners millions of dollars in structural damage each year.
Green Lawn Fertilizing was honored on May 22, 2013 as their president, Matthew Jesson, represented an elite 40 business owners and professionals in the Delaware Valley. Matthew Jesson’s rise as a leading green industry business owner has been recognized nationally.
It may come as no surprise that ants have been deemed the #1 nuisance pest in America. After all, who hasn’t had a run in with one of these pesky little critters on your kitchen counter, on your bathroom sink, or found a big colony of them out on your sidewalk?
14 facts about these wood destroying insects.