At Brick Pest Control Experts, we get many sort of calls from homeowners within Cliffwood Beach New Jersey. We can easily resolve or exterminate any pest problem within Cliffwood Beach quickly and we realize everything about bugs and pests– their behavior, where they live and multiply, and the best ways to eliminate them safely and effectively within Cliffwood Beach. You may deal with and be exposed to many types of ant and pest problems which includes Carpenter Ants, Flying Ants, Pavement Ants, Odorous House Ants, Fleas, Crickets, Silverfish, Wasps Yellowjackets, Hornets, Rats and Mice. Although these pesky bugs are more of an annoyance since they are not harming your home or business like Termites, at Brick Pest Control Experts, we understand that you do not want these critters in your house which is why we offer services to eliminate and handle your pest problems.
Eastern Subterranean Termites are a common wood destroying insect found in the northeastern area of the United States. Termites fulfill an important role in our ecological system by facilitating the natural process of deterioration and help turn the dead wood into new soil. Unfortunately, termites don't understand the difference between a stump in your yard and the wood in your home. Eastern Subterranean Termites reside in social colonies, typically found in the soil. While they are generally found foraging underground for fallen wood, or plant debris, they can also enter homes causing extensive damage if left untreated. Although they do not present a health threat to people, termites can leave you with a hefty repair bill. At Brick Pest Control Experts, our termite professionals are experienced in coping with termites and will determine if you have an active termite population in or around your home. Treatment will be administered if necessary to ensure that encroaching termites and the entire colony are eradicated. At Brick Pest Control Experts, we focus on utilizing green termite control methods in ridding your house of termite infestations.
Bed Bugs, unlike other insects that feed on blood, have never been proven to transmit disease to humans. However, bed bugs bites can cause itchy red welts in some people and are often confused with poison ivy or an allergic reaction of some kind. Many people also find the presence of bed bugs upsetting and may have trouble sleeping. Bed bugs may possibly be a real headache for apartment buildings, hotels, hospitals and other commercial facilities, together with our homes. Unfortunately, infestations are on the rise in NJ, as well as throughout the United States. At Brick Pest Control Experts, we realize the risk that these biting insects pose, and know that they are awesome hitchhikers, as well as prolific breeders that are turning into one of the fastest growing pest problems in the United States. If you've noticed tiny red bites on your skin, blood specks on your bedding, or have received similar complaints from your guests, we can help! Contact Brick Pest Control Experts for effective Cliffwood Beach bed bug control.
Mosquitoes are typically a problem for homeowners in NJ as early as March and as late as October. Spring rains and warmer temperatures allow breeding to occur, especially around properties that have a good amount of moisture, shade, and vegetation. Ornamental ponds, bird baths, and outdoor play equipment can quickly become a suitable habitat for the female mosquito to lay her eggs– just as long as the water remains stagnant. Low-growing ground covers such as ivy and pachysandra create a dense environment that not only retains moisture, but encourages mosquitoes to rest during the warmest hours of the day.
Asian Tiger mosquitoes get their name from their aggressive biting habits and striped color scheme. Unlike our domestic mosquitoes that feed at dusk, Asian Tiger mosquitoes feed throughout the day. Its aggressive biting behavior during the daytime hours can create unbearable conditions, making time you spend outdoors unpleasant and prevent you from relaxing and enjoying your yard. As well as being a fierce biter, the Asian Tiger mosquito is a serious disease vector in other area of the world. Currently, they have not been related to disease transmission in this section of the country but mosquito biologists are carefully monitoring the situation and caution that this is likely to change.
Culex pipiens is another common mosquito in New Jersey and is the primary mosquito that transmits West Nile Virus and St. Louis Encephalitis (SLE). They are weak fliers, are active mostly at night, and feed primarily on birds higher up in the trees. While Culex pipiens can bite you in your backyards, the likelihood is much lower than the Asian Tiger mosquito.
Properties in coastal areas where saltwater marshes occur have another mosquito to contend with, the Eastern Saltmarsh mosquito, Aedes solicitans, This mosquito is known to transmit Eastern Equine Encephalitis and might be an aggressive biter, feeding mostly at night. Many other mosquitoes are common in this part of the country, but these three are considered among one of the most important and can change your summer fun into a summer of swatting. The goal of the Brick Pest Control Experts mosquito program is to recover your yard for you and your family, providing you as near to a bite free environment as possible.