• Termites Can Damage New Jersey Homes Severely

    Although termites are ecologically valuable because they break down dead trees to add nutrients to soil the exact same feeding behaviors that prove beneficial to the ecosystem can lead to severe damage to New Jersey homes. Since termites feed mostly on wood, they're capable of compromising the strength and security of an infested structure. Termite damage can leave structures unlivable until costly repairs have been conducted.
  • Places Ants Infest New Jersey Homes

    Commonly Ant Infested Places in the New Jersey Homes If you have ever found ants crawling across the kitchen counter or detected a trail of small b...
  • Raccoons and Rabies - Don't Invite Them Into Your New Jersey Home

    Raccoons are wonderful animals. They are resourceful, smart and totally cute . And while raccoons should always be treated with kindness and respect, people really need to stop inviting them in their houses.
  • Researchers Discover Rat Fleas May Carry Plague On NYC/Jersey Rodents

    Researchers find Oriental rat fleas, the pests which may carry plague germs, on New Jersey and New York City-dwelling rodents.
  • Gut Bacteria in North Jersey Cockroaches Dictate Popularity in Social Order

    Commensal bacteria living in the gastrointestinal tracts of cockroaches lace the insects' stool with chemical cues which mediate social behavior, according to a study.
  • Jersey City Bed Bugs Introduction

    An introduction to bed bugs, what they are and what you have to worry about.  The frequent Jersey City bed bug (Cimex lectularius) has long been a insect -- feeding on blood, causing itchy bites and normally irritating their individual hosts. But, unlike many public health issues, bed bugs aren't known to transmit or spread illness.