Our Team + History
MMPC is small business proud to serve our fellow New Yorkers and surrounding areas. Our team combines 25 years of pest control experience with cutting-edge, eco-friendly technologies and methods — all to ensure the most effective, discreet and customized solutions for our clients.
We are one of the first companies in the pest control industry to adopt the EPA’s Integrated Pest Management Practices (IPM), an environmentally-sensitive approach in which all forms of pest control are explored before resorting to pesticides. MMPC was called one of “The Best Exterminators in NYC” by Curbed and “America’s 15 Favorite Local Home Service Businesses” by Entrepreneur Magazine.
We are highly trained, certified problem solvers with unique talents and expertise that enable us to address and answer any pest challenge. Our team members are insured, licensed, and certified in their specialties.
We believe that a successful solution begins with listening carefully. MMPC asks the right questions to treat the root causes, not simply the symptoms. We also enforce a rigorous Safety Program to minimize contamination, damage and accidents.
In addition to IPM, we are trained in and certified by the industry’s leading codes and practices, including The National Pest Management Association (NPMA), QualityPro, GreenPro, The New York Pest Management Association (NYPMA), The National Entomology Scent Detection Canine Association (NESDCA), and Better Business Bureau (BBB). MMPC is also certified as a Minority-owned Business Enterprise (MBE).
The company we keep keeps you safe
We are able to offer fully dimensional and comprehensive solutions through our partnerships with architects, engineers, entomologists, and businesses that provide cleaning, sanitation, remediation, fumigation, moving, and storage services across Jersey City (NJ), New York City (NY), Long Island (NY), and surrounding areas.
Our awareness of the current pest-related health issues affecting our community is further enhanced by our partnerships with state and city agencies in those areas, as well as non-profit organizations such as the FDNY, New York Department of Environmental Conservation, Department of Health, JASA, and the Visiting Nurse Service of New York.