Angie’s List nominated us as Super Service Award winner from 2014-2017; however, Angie’s List was sadly acquired by Home Advisor in late 2017 which resulted in drastic changes within their company and a very undesirable outcome (i.e. severe drop in quality control of reviews, product, and customer service along with an exponential jump in cost to the service provider; not only were fake reviews being accepted and protected by the newly-faced Angie’s List, but the representatives themselves became dishonest and completley unreliable which quickly led to us parting ways — we are currently in the process of transferring all of our reviews to this website under our Customer Reviews page.
EcoLogic WPM, LLC, was the pioneer company to adopt the practice of providing all customers with an automatic lifetime warranty at no extra cost on all wildlife exclusions (entry point closures) —- a handful of companies have followed our lead in this way, but the vast majority still charge extra for warranties extending beyond a year.
We pride ourselves with our ability to investigate and permanently resolve human-animal conflict without inflicting detriment to either the animal, the structure/property, or most importantly, the environment. While maintaining the highest quality and most environmentally-sound practices available, our focus and passion towards this goal is equally shared with our paramount objective of customer satisfaction. Our combined experience, skill-sets, and methodologies may hover well above the industry standard, but our prices will invariably remain below.
EcoLogic Wildlife and Pest Management, LLC, is based out of the beautiful town of Cedar Hill, Texas, where our passion for wildlife and preserved natural habitat is fully exercised, and we hope to open new field offices in Mansfield, Texas, and McKinney, Texas, by 2021. Our technicians are from various backgrounds of home construction, home repair, home remodeling, veterinary studies, biological/ecological research of mammals, birds, fish, and reptiles, entomological studies, organic and general chemistries, pest management science, and wildlife capture, removal, and proofing of structures.
John Putegnat, Supervisory Biologist, has possessed a unique passion for the betterment and preservation of wildlife, fish, and our biosphere ever since he was a young child. Under the Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences at Texas A&M University in College Station, John studied the Ecology and Management of Wildlife and graduated with honors in 2006 within the top 2% of his undergraduate class. During and after a tour of expeditions performing ecological investigations on various species of wildlife, plants, and fish throughout the Americas and South Pacific Islands, John extended his studies and research to fulfill the requirements of a Master of Science degree within the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences under the Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences at Texas A&M in 2012.