Ehrlich Pest Control
130 Old Gate Lane
Milford, CT 06460
Hours: Mon-Fri (7 AM-9 PM)
Sat (8 AM-5 PM)
Our local Milford team of 51 Pest and Termite Control Technicians have hundreds of combined years of experience serving all of Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut.
Our dedicated team of professionals are licensed, QualityPro Certified and GreenPro Certified. We are associated with the New England Pest Management Association, National Pest Management Association and local Chambers of Commerce so we are fully engaged with the industry and truly are your local pest control experts.
The Milford area is known for bed bugs. These pests reproduce quickly and can cause physical and psychological discomfort.
Our methods of bed bug remediation range from Entotherm heat treatments to conventional chemical treatments as well as early detection methods such as bed bug dog inspection services. If you are one of the many who find themselves dealing with this dilemma, we can help eradicate the problem and restore your peace of mind.
American and German cockroaches are commonly found in populated areas of the northeastern United States. During the winter months, cockroaches seek shelter from the extreme elements. They can be found in moist, dark areas of the home like bathrooms, basements and kitchens.
If you spot a cockroach in your home or business, it's best to call a professional pest control service because these pests can reproduce quickly. A German cockroach can produce thousands of offspring during its short life span.
Cockroach control depends largely on good sanitation like removing clutter, fixing cracks and leaking pipes and storing food properly.
Ticks can be found in wooded areas or in thick vegetation. They detect their host by odor, exhaled carbon dioxide and vibration. Ticks move by crawling, often by travelling up the body because they cannot fly or jump.
There are roughly 500 species of ticks in the world and each has their own method of survival. Brown dog ticks are brought into homes by pets and can survive indoors in cracks and crevices. Deer ticks can dry out so they thrive best in moist, humid areas.
Due to tick-borne illnesses, it's important to identify, remove and exterminate a tick infestation if suspected.