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Don't let your hotel (or any business for that matter) become a home for ants. Learn more about our Commercial Pest Control Program: https://buff.ly/2wSX5xq
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As the nights get cooler, you may be thinking about weather-proofing your home. Sealing your windows not only keeps heat in but bugs out as well.
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There's an old wives tale that suggests that the higher the yellow jacket nest is in the tree, the worse snow you'll get for winter. Regardless, be careful of yellow jacket nests underground as well.
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Happy #FridayTheThirteenth!
Often called the “Deathwatch Beetle” old superstition says a black beetle crawling across your shoe or tapping inside a wall is a sign of death to come. If you're supersticious, give us a call 877-4NJ-PEST.
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This aspect of our residential service is so convenient that – you may never have to be at home to let our technician inside.
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Pests and rodents don't only come out in the summer. Keep an eye out for these fall pests:
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Flying squirrels don't fly. Instead, they glide from tree to tree. They are nocturnal, so if you notice any food left outside disappearing, you can almost guarantee it's from them. This includes birdfeeders, since they are higher up from the ground.
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You may be noticing groundhogs more often than normal. To prepare for hibernation, Groundhogs gorge on sunflower seeds and nuts to put on the fat they need to survive the winter. They can also do a significant amount of damage to your property. From putting holes in your lawn to using your garden as their main food supply,
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School has been in session, but what about your pest control plan? Our Commercial Pest Management Program consists of a Five-Step Plan.This plan is a scientifically proven approach that maximizes effectiveness and minimizes chemical treatment and exposure.
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