Ants Commonly Found in New Jersey

Ants are one of the most common types of insect pests found in NJ, but they’re not all the same. Monmouth County pest control services deal with many different ant species. Find out more about some of the more common ones found in NJ. Carpenter Ants These ants are larger than other common ant species in NJ. Adults can...


NJ Ant Control – Sugar Ants Are NJ’s Most Prevalent Indoor Ant Pest

Many different kinds of insects can make their way into NJ homes, but one of the most common is the sugar ant. These small ants are actually a group of species that all have a taste for sugar. You’ll need help from NJ pest control services if you end up with...


NJ Termite Control – Termites or Carpenter Ants How to ID Your Pest

Termites and carpenter ants are two kinds of bugs that can do a lot of damage to homes. How can you tell which one you need NJ pest control services for? Since these two insects are often confused, it’s important to know the differences between them. Physical...


NJ Ant Control – Disease Carrying Ants – What You Need to Know

Mosquitoes and ticks might get a lot of attention due to the diseases they carry, but what about ants? These small pests are also capable of carrying and spreading certain organisms that can cause diseases. Learn more about them, so you can make sure you get...


Termidor Treatment and Termite Bait Stations Explained

Termites can be a major threat to homeowners, since the damage they cause can make homes unsafe. If you have these pests in your home, it’s crucial to have your property treated for termites as soon as possible. Our Monmouth County pest control services for...


20% of NJ Homeowners Will Have Termites this Year

Termites are one of the worst pests you can have in your NJ home. These wood-eating bugs require prompt Monmouth County pest control services to prevent structural damage from developing. Unfortunately, 20 percent of homeowners in NJ can count on having a...

'Termites know no season, they are active year round. We will start to see activity in March and April as the weather warms. Swarmers may be present early. If you see wings on your window sills make sure to call us for a free pest inspection.'

— John Daly Jr., Manager