It is probably a good bet that most property managers would like to contract the services of Environmental Coalition Incorporated. We service the largest as well as the smallest office buildings in Houston with the same degree of competency and concern. Property Managers and their support staffs are our only clientele and because there are relatively few people engaged in the business of property management – we are forever proving our worth to uphold our reputation.
If we can’t please the personnel in a tenancy, we won’t please the building’s property manager! When called upon between regular visitations – we arrive on the scene within 24 to 48 hours. Service requests met on a weekday during regular business hours are met without a surcharge unless the pest is regarded by Environmental Coalition Incorporated as an incidental invader: birds, bats, snakes and other vertebrates (exclusive of rats or mice); termites or other organisms that might compromise wood, fabric or grain products; mosquitoes and other biting or stinging arthropods.
Our IPM practitioners and back office support team are both professional and personable. Our ability to control a wide variety of pests the-first-time-every-time is surpassed by none! We have in force the best liability insurance and worker’s compensation insurance in the industry and we are not self-insured! Finally, no other pest control service provider in Houston practices without variance integrated pest management (IPM) procedures as strictly as we do.
Most of us will recall hearing the adage time is money. Environmental Coalition Incorporated will most often render an acceptable bid when a member of the building management team knows how much time their employer’s money is buying; in other words, If a member of the building management team can answer, “Yes” to each of the following four questions – we will be enabled to render a competitive bid with one or more upgrades in the service offering. We have the knowhow to keep the property management team and their tenants more than satisfied!
- Does your current pest control service provider issue a service report each time your building is visited and are these reports kept in file at your offices?
- Are the service reports dated and is there a time signature indicating the time of the pest controller’s arrival and departure?
- Does the service report disclose specifically what was done during the course of the service visit?
- Are there surcharges levied that go beyond the usual amount charged for regular pest control services – what are the rules by which such surcharges are levied and what has been the accrued cost over a specified time frame?
Telephone our offices or send us an email and we will have a customer service representative contact you to learn how we might be of service!