Phone (718) 861-5656 : Email : Fax (718) 861-1745 




KOJOS services restaurants, stores, offices and construction sites, open spaces, residential buildings, religious and other institutions within the five (5) boroughs of New York City and Nassau, Suffolk, and Westchester counties, and northern New Jersey.

KOJOS is a Bronx based, family - owned business where We take PRIDE in our superior level  of personal, yet professional, customer service.

KOJOS is licensed in NYS:

7A - Structural and Rodent Control

7C - Identify and Treat Termite Species

7F - Food Processing

  8 - Public Health Pest Control

KOJOS is licensed in NJ:

7A - General Household Pest Control

7B - Termites and Other Wood Destroying Pests

8A - General


OSHA - Construction, Safety, and Health - 30-Hours

In 1987, KOJOS upgraded and innovated the pest industry standard Integrated Pest Management (IPM) by the owner's mixing it with his experience and expertise gained through the establishment a contracting, construction, light-cleaning and light-moving company.  

His resulting combination of techniques and varied application allowed him to establish Integrated Pest Elimination Services (IPES) where a Six (6) Month Written Limited Guarantee is Offered After All Services are Completed.

About the Owner

Get to know the man who has revolutionized the pest industry and continues to make a difference in your neighborhood.


KOJOS First & Largest Rodent Elimination Services

In 2007, KOJOS was recommended to perform our Rodent Elimination Program by MDG Design & Construction Company to Diversified Management Company acting as property managers of Diego Beekman Houses, H.D.F.C. (the Beekman) in the Bronx.  In the 1970s, the New York Daily Newspaper labeled the Beekman Home of the Super Rat. It was named that because the rodenticide used at the time, Warfarin, commonly administered could no longer kill the rats there. Our thorough investigation revealed that for over 40+ years the rat population had grown in numbers to where they took over the territory of the residents, forcing them to walk in the streets fearful of their lives. 

At first, we received their worst four (4) buildings and after we solved the problems there; later we received more and more buildings until we eradicated the rats from all of their thirty-eight (38) buildings. Once the Rat Elimination Programs was complete, we received the opportunity to perform our Mice Elimination Program within their apartments. After both Rodent Elimination Programs were successful, the residents signed a document stating that they were satisfied with the services provided. The document was distributed to all board of director's personnel attached to the program.