Meet Our Team
Meet Our Certified Pest Control Experts
Wallace Laws - Service Specialist
- Wallace Laws, 7+ years’ experience, He holds a Pest Control Operator License from the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection Agency.
- Wallace is well versed in Termite Control, Residential and Commercial Pest Control, Sentricon Termite Baiting System.
Michael Gilbert - Service Specialist
- Michael Gilbert 7+ years’ experience, He holds a Pest Control Operator License from the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection Agency.
- Michael is well versed in Termite Control, Residential and Commercial Pest Control, Sentricon Termite Baiting System.
Tyler Falkowski - Service Specialist
- Tyler Falkowski is newest member to our team.
- Tyler comes to EcoChoice with over 1 year experience and is well versed in general pest control, rodent control and the Sentricon Termite Baiting System.
Steve Wantek - Certified Inspector
- Steve has been in pest control for 20+ years and has been a member of the EcoChoice team for over 2+ years.
- Supervisory License in General Pest, Rodent Control and Termite Control.
- Certified to perform Real Estate inspections and complete the HUD-NPMA 33 forms.
- Experienced Bed Bug inspector.
- Well versed in Residential & Commercial Pest, Termite Control, Rodent control and exclusion.
- Prescribes the appropriate treatments.
EcoChoice Green service uses green products inside and out including exterior rodent stations, mechanical traps, bait, and exterior sprays containing essential oils and plant derivatives. This service is available as a monthly or bi-monthly program.
Businesses rely on a pest free environment for the comfort of their customers and employees alike. EcoChoice offers commercial pest control services in Central Connecticut in towns like Manchester, Glastonbury, South Windsor, East Hartford, Vernon, ...
Eastern Subterranean Termites, the pervasive species in Connecticut, live in colonies up to eight feet underground. Being insulated from the sever winter weather allows them to remain active year-round, staying below the frost line and getting into foundations.