Independent Pest Control providing Go Green Pest Solutions supplies complete extermination and humane wildlife removal services for domestic and commercial clients in Bergen, Passaic, and Sussex Counties in New Jersey. We provide a friendly approach to pest control - both in our team and environmentally! Pest control doesn't need to be harmful to people or the environment.

Contact Details

  City Vernon, NJ
  Zip Code 07462
  Address 20 Curtis Drive
  Phone Number (973) 764-5332

From Our Website

Locally owned and operated, Go Green Pest Solutions provides affordable pest control services to NJ residents of Sussex and Passaic County. Tom is just as concerned as my husband and I are about making sure the products he uses are safe for my children to be around. He is not only conscious of the environment, but very efficient in his business. I understand its not easy working around my crazy schedule, and Tom was very accommodating. Overall fantastic service and i would highly recommend Go Green Pest Solutions.

Family-owned and operated, Go Green Pest Solutions is Northern New Jerseys' reliable, effective and affordable solution for all types of pests problems. Vacation Home Protection - a new service that protects your summer or vacation home year round. Founded initially as Independent Pest Control by Tom Watson, Go Green strives to offer friendly, reliable service from trained professionals. Tom, a pest control and wildlife removal expert, offers you a 100% satisfaction guarantee. Go Green Pest Solutions holds an A+ business rating and their Commercial Pesticide Applicator License is certified by the State of New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.

Cracks in your foundation, opening in your attic vent or trees near your roof are inviting pest to move in. We will perform a complete inspections of your home and address all possible pest entry points. Electronic Trap Monitoring System - Go Green Pest Solutions offers a safe and fast way to remove unwanted wildlife from your home or property. Using TrapSmart, a message is sent to Go Green service when the trap door is released.