Pest Control New Jersey
We provide pest control, exterminator, and management services for residential, commercial, industrial, and government facilities throughout New Jersey.
At Gateway Realty and Home Services, you will find the answer to all of your pest control needs. You can expect the best protection for your home or business because of our customized services created by our highly trained pest management technicians. These technicians will formulate service plans that are backed by science and solid technical knowledge to ensure complete protection all year long.
Cockroaches, mosquitoes, ants, and rodents can infest any space and can carry and spread diseases and illnesses at all times of the year. These pests are often in search of food, water, and a comfortable habitat and can become a year-round nuisance.
Ants are one of the most common type of pest problem we face, and they are often the most complex. Ants are tiny scavengers that can wreck havoc on your home. They come in a variety of sizes and shapes, each species requiring a specialized plan for removal and extermination.
While mice may be small creatures, make no mistake, they can cause a lot of damage. In large numbers, mice can be a big problem for homeowners in New Jersey. In addition, getting rid of them is not as easy you’d expect. That is why you need a team of professionals to handle your mouse extermination needs.
Many people think that raccoons have a cute appearance and bubbly personality. Some even keep raccoons as pets. However, the reality is that they are wild animals that can destroy your belongings, invade your property, and spread dangerous diseases such as rabies.
They are known to cause extensive damage to insulation and electrical wiring. The most common type of damage raccoons do is littering when they search for food, scattering trash they find in the garbage or getting into pet food.
If you have tried many tactics to get rid your raccoon problem but nothing seems to have worked, it’s time for professional help.
Rats are one of the most disruptive types of pests and can be a serious nuisance and health problem to humans and pets alike. They can transmit diseases and their droppings can contaminate food, dishware, and surfaces you may frequently come in contact with.
Rats have an average lifespan of 2 years. One rat can produce as many as 70 offspring yearly. Unfortunately, they like to live near humans; you may find them in places such as your attic, garage, or basement.
At Gateway Realty and Home Services, we follow a two-step rat elimination strategy in order to rid your home of these pests, and ensure that they do not invade your home or business again.
Cockroaches are among the most common pests. There are approximately 4,600 known species of roaches and about 30 of them are associated with human habitations.
One of the many problems with roaches is that they multiply quickly. In addition, they can spread disease. In New Jersey, roaches are a persistent problem and many homeowners have to have scheduled maintenance visits from a cockroach exterminator. Therefore, it is important to protect your home and family from roach infestations by consulting with an experienced pest control expert.
Termites are one of the most destructive types of pests. They cost American homeowners billions of dollars annually. According to some estimates, an average home suffers around $7,900 in damages before an infestation is detected. What can make matters worse is that this damage may not be covered by homeowner’s insurance. No wonder people often worry about a potential termite infestation.
While termites play a vital role in the ecosystem, they are a major threat when in comes to invading a residential property. Therefore, if you suspect a termite infestation, act now! The longer you wait, the greater the damage and costs.
Gateway Realty and Home Services
We strive to keep your space free from pests with innovative treatments, expertise, and acute legislation knowledge. With no bugs and pest to worry about, your home will be pest-free! Call us today at (732) 749-8700.