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Do you have an infestation problem?

At Eco-pro, the extermination of insects, rodents and other parasites is our strength. We have qualified technicians in the sectors of industry, catering, food distribution, as well as in the residential and institutional sectors.

Extermination services across the South Shore

Eco-pro has the professionalism and experience necessary for its clients on the South Shore. With our 25 years of experience, we have helped hundreds of customers with our pest management services. Our services are discreet and fast. Our technicians travel in an unidentified truck and make sure to get rid of your problem without attracting attention.

We also offer preventive solutions involving monthly checks. This helps to avoid infestations and unwanted costs.

If you suspect that rodents or insects have entered your home, call us immediately. We are available 24/7 and will get rid of them quickly!

Eco-pro pest management is the solution to an insect infestation problem. We have helped hundreds of customers on the South Shore. With our experience, our professionalism and our commitment to customer service, we are the benchmark for pest management in the Greater Montreal area.

Extermination of harmful insects and parasites on the South Shore

Pests (ants, spiders, cockroaches) and parasites (bed bugs, fleas) can easily infiltrate your home and are difficult to eliminate. Often going unnoticed for several months and having the ability to reproduce quickly, these little critters bring with them an alarming risk of infestation.

The damage caused by insects can be of a material nature (such as damage to the structure of a building), physical (bites, itching, disease transmission, sleep disturbances) or psychological (distress, anxiety, stress). Regardless of the type of damage, if you suspect the presence of an insect infestation in your home, it is important to contact a trusted exterminator.

Wildlife capture service in the 450

Laval is full of interesting resources for these so-called “harmful” little animals. Despite ourselves, we provide them with food, shelter and security. We can find traces of wild animals such as raccoons, groundhogs and skunks, in our garbage cans, our sheds, our garage and even our attics.

Often dangerous, they can gnaw through electrical wires and pipes in our homes (thus causing significant damage to our properties) and they are also carriers of diseases that can be transmitted to humans (such as rabies).