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The ACE program has become the benchmark for professionalism in the pest management industry

The best way to protect your home from insects is by hiring an experienced, certified entomologist.

Obtaining an Associate Certified Entomologist (ACE) is no small accomplishment. To become an ACE, one needs to:

  • Pass a rigorous examination
  • Hold a current U.S. pesticide applicator’s license
  • Sign the ACE Code of Ethics
  • Have 5 years experience (only 3 required for those with an entomology degree)
  • Maintain a minimum number of CEUs annually (upon passing the exam)

Fox Pest Control’s Associate Certified Entomologists

Fox Pest Control is proud to have Associate Certified Entomologists on staff. The knowledge and wisdom that they bring to our team add tremendously to our collective wisdom on how to best control your pest problem. We proudly feature our ACEs:

Jim Buick

Jim Buick
Jim Buick ACE
Jim Buick Texas A&M University
Jim Buick Purdue University

Anthony Mobley

Damian Marcelo

ACE Reviewed Pest Control Resources

This content was reviewed by our staff of Associate Certified Entomologists.
All of the pest information on our website has been reviewed and approved by our ACEs.

What does ACE mean in pest control?

In pest control, ACE stands for Associate Certified Entomologist. It’s a certification from the Entomological Society of America (ESA).

Why do pest control experts become ACE-certified?

The ACE program is recognized as the standard for professionalism in the pest management industry (including in ), and individuals may become ACEs for various reasons.

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