Eco Shield has been on the web since 2002 and has experienced many of the evolutionary changes of web development during this period. The new website feature a pest control guide, information on organic pest control, as well a blog on pest control and various reviews.
The pest control guide features a discussion on pest control methods as established by the US EPA. As well, types of pest control are featured from biological pest controls to natural rodent control repellents. Last, you\’ll find a household guide to common household pests, ranging from the odorous ant to the house mouse.
Eco Shield includes a section on Control Products that reviews the various product categories. These category include organically derived, 100% organic, restricted use and banned products. Eco Shield follows a best practice approach to the use and application of all pest control products as prescribed by the US EPA. The product used by Eco Shield are environmentally friendly and feature no odor, no visible residue and cover a section of treatment areas including hospitals to day care centers.
For 100% organic, Eco Shield harnesses the oils found in plants and trees. Here is a quote from their site.
“Botanical oil blends attack attributes that are specific only to pests, they have no effect on people, pets or the environment. The primary active ingredients in 100% Organic products are approved as Direct Food Additives or classified as GRAS (Generally Recognized As Safe) by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration. These oils are commonly used to add flavor and aroma to many cosmetic, beverage and food products, including cake, candy, sweetener, gum, soft drinks, and lipstick. Children and pets are safe. No need to clear them out after application or be concerned if they are near our products. These products have no adverse effect on mammals, birds, and fish and also will not contaminate water sources.”
Of particular important to Eco Shield was to promote there A and A- ratings by the Better Business Bureau. Given the somewhat controversial status of various review websites (the Huffington Post has articles on, “Yelp Calls Lying Reviews” and East Bay Express, “Yelp and the Business of Extortion”), publicizing their ratings from a reliable review agency with due process was to provide an accurate picture of the commitment to customer service. You can find more information about Eco Shield Pest Control at the BBB website.
In addition you can now follow Eco Shield on Facebook and LinkedIn with the launch of two new social media sites. The site are on Facebook and LinkedIn and are aim at providing a venue for customers to provide feedback on what works as well as a place for self help on how to take care of pest control before you call in the experts.
The new social media site are:
Facebook – http://www.facebook.com/
LinkedIn – www.linkedin.com/
You can follow Eco Sheild on these sites, or check out some of the good resources located on our main website for pest control guides and organic pest control. These two pages are good for getting a general overview of what works and best practices for pest control, as well as what might be the best approach for your own home.
Corona, California Office: 951-898-2687 Fax: 951-898-2684 850 E. Parkridge Ave. Ste. 108 Corona, CA 92879