Family Owned and Operate Since 1962
At Amco Pest Service, Inc. we pride ourselves on working hard and utilizing the most innovative products and technologies available. Our management is driven to provide the best and most comprehensive service to each and every one of our clients and we work hard to hire those who share these same qualities and traits. It is this dedication to service that has allowed us to be in business for over fifty years!
Our goal is that you find every member of our team to be friendly and service oriented from our customer service reps when you call our office, to our sales team and finally the service technicians that work hard every day to keep our New Jersey and New York clients pest-free.
Each and every technician that works for us must undergo extensive training required by the state of New Jersey, New York and Florida and is also trained in-house and required to follow the protocols that Amco Pest Services has created and perfected over four generations.
George J. Caso, President
George J. Caso is our President at Amco Pest Services, Inc. He attended Santa Fe College, the University of Florida, The Medical Arts Training Center and Ocean County College. George has degrees in Health Sciences and Business Administration; and has attended Rutgers College for numerous certificate courses in all disciplines of entomology. He attended specialty classes and seminars at various accredited institutions throughout the United States. George is an active member on CAI Committees.
George is a fourth generation pest control specialist with over 24 years of experience licensed in Florida, New Jersey, and New York. His expertise lies in bed bugs, rodents, all wood destroying insects as well as hard to diagnose pest control issues. He specializes in condominiums, hospitals and nursing homes, schools, government buildings/ institutions, and residential properties.
George teaches Bed Bug Detection classes to property managers and maintenance managers in multiple states; and is also one of the first exterminators to detect and eliminate bed bugs in a high-rise facility during the present bed bug epidemic which started in 2003.