Crickets usually invade homes at the end of the summer and early fall. As the nights cool down, crickets begin to move indoors. They come inside looking for water, food and warmth.
When crickets find their way inside homes, sheds and buildings, they can damage clothing, carpeting and other fabrics. They can eat through large areas of fabric, and are especially attracted to clothes soiled with perspiration.Read Full Article
So you have been told your Cherry Hill home has termites – how do you decide between Termite Bait Stations or Traditional Liquid Termite Treatment?
There are two acceptable methods for treating a house for termites. The first is a liquid treatment applying a non-repellant termiticide that creates an invisible barrier between the entire structure and the ground. The second is a baiting system that attempts to attract termites and subsequently poison the termite colony. The baiting system approach calls for the bait stations to be placed sporadically around the house and monitored to see if termites have infested the wood bait in the station.Read Full Article
Tackling rodent infestations involves dealing with structural and sanitary issues – and the time to check your South Jersey home is NOW! As the cool weather settles in, rodents begin to head indoors, looking for warm places to nest.
1. Look for the signs of rodent’s presence.
Mice come in to explore and get food, and they’ll continue to come and go as long as there are entry points.Read Full Article
You should consider hiring a traditional home inspector and employing a licensed termite inspector before purchasing real estate or buying a home.
Termites. That one word can cause fear and anxiety in homeowners all over the country – but if you live in South Jersey you have nothing to worry about. Why? Because AB-Con Termite and Pest Control Professionals is here to help.Read Full Article
AB-Con of course! There is no such thing as a termite-proof home. But did you know the majority of termite damage is discovered at the time a homeowner prepares to do a weekend renovation, such as replacing some trim or updating the bathroom? Most people don’t know what’s going on inside their walls until they actually open them up and discover the damage.Read Full Article
The temperatures are beginning to dip and you have probably seen Stink Bugs crawling on your screens or fluttering around your house. You can’t crush them because they secrete a musty scent when frightened, a defensive technique that has earned them their name—Stink Bugs.Read Full Article
So “Punxsutawney Phil” got it wrong for South Jersey and spring in our area is coming a little later this year. The temperature changes have been all over the place. We’ve gone from turning on the air conditioning, then back to the heater and winter coats.
Today temperatures are going to hit the 70’s and all kinds of pests will start to appear.Read Full Article