New York / New Jersey is host to many ant species that invade our homes, most of which are exotic.
These ancient pests have joined the 21st century in a big way.
Stinging insects such as bees and wasps can be a major nuisance when they make their nests in populous areas.
These flying creatures can be extremely destructive when they invade human structures in large numbers.
These blood-sucking pests are attracted to both our pets and our human bodies.
Flies are both annoying and unsanitary, and certain species can inflict painful bites.
These disease carrying blood-suckers are one of New York / New Jersey’s most notorious pests.
Pantry pests, also known as stored product pests, can take over your whole pantry, penetrating even the most tightly sealed packages.
Roaches are pre-historic pests that harbor disease-causing bacteria and reproduce prolifically.
Rodents are both filthy and highly destructive, destroying as much as 20% of the world’s food supply every year.
These creepy crawlers are beneficial in nature but un-welcomed in our homes.
Termites cause $5 billion in property damage each year in the U.S.