July 9, 2019
Ticks are interesting creatures in that their season changes by their species. Where many tick species are a late spring and summer pest due to their inability to function in colder weather, other species such as the deer tick can survive through the coldest months of winter. The only thing that is affected is their speed. This means that taking your dog for a walk in the snow still holds a small chance of a tick bite.
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July 5, 2019
Just like we may have a preference on how our steaks are cooked, termites have a preference for the condition of the wood they eat. Termites mostly only eat soft, water-damaged wood. That being said, if your home’s structural wood has been negatively affected by a leak or source of water that has allowed its wood to become soft, termites are much more likely to settle down.... Read More
June 28, 2019
Most clover mites only live for a few weeks, and the few weeks they prefer to live usually fall within the months that have moderate temperatures. These arachnids don't like to be too cold or too hot; they also have a preference for seasons of the year when there is a lot of precipitation, so spring and fall in New Jersey are when we see these little red bugs the most.... Read More