Tag: mosquitoes

  • High Humidity Brings Out Swarms of Mosquitoes and Other Insect Pests

    High humidity levels are ideal for breeding mosquito populations. These insects, which keep NJ pest control services busy in summer, thrive in humid environments. This puts you and your family at risk of being bitten, which can also increase your risk of West Nile virus and other serious kinds of illnesses. Swarming Mosquitoes Mosquitoes have […]

  • News Flash: Mosquitoes and the West Nile Disease

    It’s that time of year when mosquitoes come out in full force and will probably require NJ pest control services to keep them under control. In addition to leaving itchy bites and welts, these pests can pose another risk. They can transmit West Nile virus to people through their bites. Mild Cases West Nile virus […]

  • This Year’s Wet Winter Means More Summer Insects in New Jersey

    The winter months are over, but all the snow and rain we had in NJ means that you can expect to see a lot more bugs this summer. If you normally deal with mosquitoes and other pests during summer, their numbers might be even higher than usual. Effects of Weather on Bugs Having a lot […]

  • The Worst of the Summertime Pests Get Worse with Global Warming

    The summer months keep pest control companies in Freehold busy, as more insect pests tend to be around causing problems for homeowners. With increasing temperatures, thanks to global warming, more and more of these bugs are expected to be out and about. There are two summer bugs that you should worry about the most as […]

  • NJ and the Zika Virus – What You Need to Know

    Dealing with itchy mosquito bites can make your summer miserable, but now there’s something else to worry about. The type of mosquitoes that can carry the Zika virus are found in a larger part of the US, including NJ. Here’s what you should know about the Zika virus and why you shouldn’t hesitate to call […]

  • What Summer Pests Are Headed Our Way?

    While summer brings many things we love, like warm weather, family vacation and backyard barbecues, it also brings pests out of hibernation. The extreme winter weather we saw in the 2014-15 season may have slowed bugs down, according to entomologists, but they will be out in full force just in time to enjoy summer with us. The […]