Rodents tend to seek shelter indoors during colder climates. They can squeeze through an opening the size of a dime to find food and shelter. Once inside, they can contaminate food sources, transport fleas and spread diseases such as plague, murine typhus, and hantavirus pulmonary syndrome.
Depending on the species, spiders can be found in both damp and warm, dry parts of buildings. Most species hide in cracks, darkened areas or in shelter they make from silk.
Among the most common insects in the home. They eat paper, fabrics and get into cereals. Firebrats prefer temperatures over 90°F and are usually not found together with silverfish.
Earwigs are active at night and hide in cracks or underneath objects during the day. Most species scavenge on dead animal and plant material. Eggs are laid in underground burrows.
Our pest control programs are designed with your budget and comfort in mind and delivered by trained, dedicated service technicians. Insects are the most diverse group of organisms on Earth. We have catergorized some commonly found pests in the New Jersey that can help you identify your pest issue.
COMMON HOUSEHOLD PESTS: