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The Aardvark’s Very Own Marty Overline

Marty Overline carries almost four decades of pest management experience into every house, office, school and hospital he services. He is focused on removing threats to the health and well-being of each and everyone one of his clients. Marty and his team employ focused education, the techniques of advanced Integrated Pest Management (IPM) and deep understanding of each individual pest’s behavior to ensure quality service.

Here is information about Marty and what you get when you engage with him and his team:

You can Trust Marty

Marty implemented IPM for the first time while in the USAF during 1978. Since then, he and his team have earned the trust of the University of Pennsylvania, Drexel University and the City of Philadelphia itself, as well as large healthcare organizations, schools and Philadelphia residents. It has been said of The Aardvark that employing their expertise is like having the “CSI team of pest control” at your disposal.

In March of 2015, Marty was Named Chair of the National Pest Management Association’s new PestVets committee

This involved competition from hundreds of members to become the head of the committee for Military Veteran pest control professionals. Marty’s elevation to this leadership post bears testament to the esteem and respect he engenders from his peers in the pest management field.

Marty is the Only ACE-Certified Individual in Philadelphia

This certification further demonstrates Marty’s commitment to his professionalism and to the City of Philadelphia, its businesses, institutions and residents. As as Associate Certified Entomologist, he leads his team in employing the most advanced technologies and practices to help further reduce reliance on pesticides.

Marty is at the Front Lines in the War on Bedbugs

I’m passionate about bed bug treatment and control in Philadelphia, especially with the resurgence these pests have enjoyed over the past two decades. I’ve enjoyed sharing my knowledge with academicians, the press and in local government to help push for legislative changes. It is exciting to now be able to bring my expertise to a national audience following this appointment as a Chair of the PestVets committee

One Response

  1. Ben says:

    Billy of the Urban Wildlife Podcast suggested I contact you. I have at least one groundhog under my porch. At first, I thought it was a skunk because of the odor. Later, I learned that groundhogs can give off a stench. The clincher is that my next-door neighbor has seen the groundhog.

    The entry point is from her front yard into the crawlspace under her porch and mine.

    I have easy access through a door from my basement.

    Please let me know how you can help.

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