Monday, June 2, 2014

Wasp Control NJ

It's summertime! That means warmer weather, the regrowth of plant life and the re-population of insects. Although the world could not function without insects, there are some that are very dangerous; wasps fall under this category. Mostly confused with harmless bees, wasps are more aggressive than their honey-producing cousins. If aggravated, they will relentlessly attack their target until they feel safe again in their territory. Because of this, wasp control in NJ is needed during the summer.

ALCO NJ Animal and Pest Control uses safe, humane and environmentally safe products that will not harm animals or your family. Since 1995, ALCO has been providing wasp control in NJ to positive reviews. We have the knowledge and expertise it takes to remove the insects without a problem. We understand that having an infestation can be a stressful experience for you and your family so we aim to take care of the pests as quickly as possible.

Wasps act in two manners: solitary or social. Solitary wasps act and live alone and do not construct nests. Social wasps live in colonies that can consist of several thousand members. In their colony, the queen and males will mate to produce more wasps to join the colony. Parasites also grow in the colonies and attach themselves to the wasps, ensuring a spread of diseases when the wasps fly and take these parasites with them. ALCO’s wasp control in NJ aims to remove the wasps and the parasites that threaten your health.

For more information on wasp control in NJ by ALCO NJ Animal and Pest Control, call us today at (973) 540-9944.

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