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Kids' Corner is the ideal place for your child to learn more about insects and rodents; download coloring pages and explore the world of bugs.
Get rid of raccoons, skunks and squirrels as well as other nuisance wildlife problems with help from the NY wildlife control experts!
Find out how Parkway Pest Services is protecting homes and businesses from insects and rodents using green pest control techniques.
Parkway Exterminating, also known as Parkway Pest Services, is a third generation, family-owned and operated company that has been providing high quality exterminator services in Long Island, NYC, Connecticut, and throughout the surrounding areas since 1932. We are a Better Business Bureau Accredited business with an A+ rating. If you have a problem with termites, cockroaches, rodents, bed bugs, or any other pests and are in need of a Long Island exterminator or Westchester exterminator, please contact us today!
If you have a problem with pests such as ants, bed bugs, camel crickets, pantry pests, or any other pests, contact the Long Island exterminators at Parkway Pest Services today! Serving all of Long Island, Brooklyn, Westchester County and the New York metropolitan area, Parkway has the solution to your pest problems. We also offer power washing services, radon testing and water testing. Contact Parkway today for a free quote on any of our residential services. We also offer a wide variety of commercial pest control services!
In our ongoing efforts to be good stewards of our environment, Parkway has installed solar panels on the roof of our corporate headquarters. This reduces the amount of power that we pull from the city grid. For more information. visit our Going Green page or fill out our online contact form.
In a continuing effort to be good stewards of the environment, Parkway Pest Services has added a Toyota Camry Hybrid to our fleet of service vehicles. This eco-friendly vehicle will help achieve a savings in fuel economy and reduce carbon emissions and is expected to be the first of several eco-friendly cars added to Parkway’s fleet.
With the holidays fast approaching, Parkway Pest Services for the third year in a row is joining forces with BedBug Central to offer free bed bug services to those in need who are suffering from bed bug infestations and do not have the means to resolve the problem this holiday season.
This month Brian Mongillo and Pat Sposato, of Parkway Pest Services attended the National Pest Management Association's PestWorld 2012 Conference in Boston, MA.
The team at Parkway Pest Services has been busy combating insects, rodents and wildlife on Long Island, the five boroughs, Westchester County, NY and Fairfield County, CT these past few months in addition to attending pest control industry related events.
Brian Mongillo attended the 2011 Bed Bug Summit in Chicago. This is sponsored by Bed Bug Central covering the latest in bed bug contol, new products and all general information related to bed bugs.
Pat Sposato and Peter Scala recently returned from the Associated Pest Management Conference in Seattle, Washington. This conference consists of pest control companies throughout the nation, getting together to exchange ideas, problems, new procedures and technology.
Rick Allen, A.C.E. from Residex presented a lecture on flies to Parkway's technicians. He spoke about fruit flies, phorid flies, drains flies, and house flies. The most important aspects of fly control are 1) Identify the fly, 2) Find the breeding source, 3) Create a non-chemical (sanitation) and chemical approach to solving the problem and 4) Workout a partnership between the customer and the pest control technician to implement this program. They must work together to make this pest control work.
Parkway Pest Services was represented at the NPMA (National Pest Management Association) Annual Conference. Peter Scala and James Boney attended the conference in New Orleans, LA. Discussions and seminars were held on new products, laws, rules and regulations, industry problems and related topics about pest control services.
Steven Mora from FMC spoke to our technicians regarding the latest product for bed bug detection. The VERIFI is the newest product from FMC to detect bed bugs. It mimics a human and is economical to use. Mr. Mora demonstrated the use of the product and described how it works. Everyone at Parkway is extremely enthusiastic about this new tool in bed bug detection.
Albert Gaudelli attended Dr. Robert Corrigan's Rodent Control Academy in conjunction with the New York City Health Department.
Parkway Exterminating Co., Inc. participated in "Career Day" at the Mount Saint Michael Academy in the Bronx, New York. Peter Scala and Peter Mongillo spoke with senior classmen about the career opportunities available in entomology. Their presentation was well received.
Parkway Exterminating participated in Career Day at Munsey Park Elementary School. Using detective work and Sherlock Holmes as examples, Peter Scala described how identification, determining the source and proper remediation are necessary in today's IPM pest control solutions. Peter also displayed his vast insect collection to the children in the 6th and 3rd grades.
James Lofton of Dow AgroSciences spoke with Parkway personnel regarding Sentricon® Always Active Termite Baiting System. Parkway is proud to be a representative of this product and is looking towards this product as the future of termite control and protection.
Pat Sposato attended the National Pest Management Association's "Bed Bug Workshop Series" in New York City. This particular program was designed for hospitality organizations, apartment managers and co-op and condo owners. Discussions were held on the problems associated with bed bug control, tenant responsibilities, management responsibilities, the latest products and the legal ramifications involved with bed bug control
Parkway Pest Services was represented at the New York State Pest Management Association Division Seminar on bed bugs. Pat Sposato attended the all day course, helping to keep Parkway Pest Services abreast of the latest technology in bed bug control.
Brian Mongillo attended the Associated Pest Control Association's semi-annual conference in Denver, Co.. At the conference regional companies in the industry share ideas, problems and technology. Entomologists, industrial companies and governmental agencies offered seminars and programs.
Pat Sposato participated in the New York State Association for Superintenents of Buildings and Grounds "Workshops" for the Nassau, Suffolk and the Southeastern Zone chapters.
Brian Cooney from MGK presenrted a seminar on bedbugs to Parkway's technicians. History, biology, control measures, and the problems with people understanding the nature of bedbugs were discussed.
A representative fron Bell Laboratories recently completed a seminar at Parkway Pest Services. All of Parkway's technicians were on hand to learn the latest in rodent control and techniques. New materials, methods and approaches were discussed. It was extremely informative and will be most beneficial for our customers.
Peter Scala, our board-certified entomologist and Jim Boney attended the 75th Annual Purdue Pest Control Conference at Purdue University in Indiana. More than 1000 people attended this conference. It is considered one of the most prestigious pest control conferences in the country. Many aspects of pest control technology were covered by a series of experts, who sought to convey the latest methods and technical information necessary to conduct safe and effective pest management services.
Parkway has helped out people "in need" this past holiday season. Working in conjunction with Bedbugfree/Bedbug Central, Peter Scala and Jim Boney participated in "Taking a Bite Out of the Holidays". Parkway donated its time and products to help people :"in need" control their bedbugs problem. Parkway was thrilled to participate in this program.
Peter Scala, our board-certified entomologist has attended New York Bedbug Expo training seminar. Dr. Michael Potter and Dr. Dini Miller spoke at this event.
Peter Scala, our board-certified entomologist, has completed the Rodent Control Academy sponsored by the NYC Health Department and taught by Dr. Robert Corrigan.