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By Harry Ross Subscribe to RSS | August 9th 2012 | Views:
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Nobody likes creeping or buzzing insects. There is a reason so many people fear bees, wasps and hornets. That doesn’t even include fire ants, small scorpions, and the annoying house flies. When an insect can cause you physical harm: stinging, pincers, bites… then you need to make sure your exterminator makes New Jersey pest control a top priority!

New Jersey is unfortunately notorious for wasps. It’s also home to the most commonly found paper wasp, cicada killer, yellow jackets, and bald faced hornets. Bumble bees, carpenter bees, and honey bees also make their home in this state. Most of these insects are harmless – until they feel threatened by you or another human!

Most of the stinging insects in New Jersey can have their nests close to humans without being overly defensive. Their nests are grey spheres that can be up to 12 inches in diameter! Hornet nests can get even larger. If, for some reason, these insects do start to feel threatened, they can turn violent. So it’s important to get New Jersey pest control before it gets to that point!

Don’t underestimate the need for New Jersey pest control for ants either! These little nuisances can swarm together and bite – these bites can be irritating at best and cause severe allergic reactions at worst. Nobody wants to sit a soda can down on the counter and come back five minutes later to find it filled with ants!

Bees and hornets are capable of swarming together to sting, which can cause severe pain and irritation. In some cases, people might be allergic which can increase the danger and the need for New Jersey pest control tenfold. Multiple stings from a bee or hornet can be lethal to someone with a severe allergy!

There are a few simple ways to combat these menaces before they become severe. You can start by removing everything that draws these little guys in. Don’t leave crumbs outside. Clean up all sticky spots and make sure your sugar and honey is kept in sealed packages or containers.

Cucumbers and tea bags near ants’ lines of defense can deter these little guys from making their way any closer. Cucumbers and tea bags are both items that ants have a natural aversion to as well. This is a home remedy for New Jersey pest control.

You can also look into different kinds of spray and bug killer to help rid yourself of these nuisances — both the flying, stinging ones and the creepy crawling ones.

[If the insects get to be a problem, however, then it’s time to get hold of your bee pest control professional. South Jersey pest control is important to make sure that you are kept safe and happy in your own home.

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