East Cooper Termite and Pest Solutions would like to thank the Bowman family and Bishop England High School for putting on an awesome event. We are honored to be able to participate in the Xan Bowman Memorial Scholarship Fund. Friends of Xan and employees from ECTPS enjoyed a day of golf in memory of Xan. [...]
A big THANK YOU to all East Cooper Termite and Pest Solutions customers! Without your business and support, we would not be able to give back to our community. East Cooper Termite and Pest Solutions team members were proud to participate in the Make-A-Wish charity golf event. (Pictured from left to right are Canham Darby, [...]
East Cooper residents may find these intimidating looking wasps burrowing in their yard during the hot summer. The cicada killer is a wasp with yellowish and black stripes, but is much larger than a yellow jacket. The wasp may be 1.5″ to 2″ long and have a wingspan of 3″. Unlike the yellow jacket, the [...]
East Cooper residents enjoyed a rare 5 inch snow fall on January 3, 2018, and we joined in the fun by making our first snow bug! Although the warming temperatures will eventually make our snowy pest disappear, we will not be that lucky with other pests we encounter in our area. The soil temperatures will [...]
For over 20 years, Pest Control Technology Magazine has been recognizing outstanding service professionals in the residential, commercial, and termite categories with their annual Technicians of the Year Awards. The magazine receives hundreds of nominations from pest control companies throughout the United States. Managers/owners are asked to evaluate service technicians in several areas including: technical [...]
East Cooper Termite and Pest Solutions wishing you a happy holiday season. We would like to thank all our customers for a great 2017.We will look forward to providing you excellent service in 2018. The team enjoys a day of golf and some cold beverages at the Windjammer.
East Cooper residents often find these wasps nesting under awnings, soffits, decks, porch railings, door frames, and exterior light fixtures. This wasp gets its name from the paper-like material it makes to build its nest. The wasps will chew up organic material and make a nest that is usually shaped like an umbrella. The queen deposits her [...]