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Jersey City wasp Control 07097
Hoboken wasp Control 07030
East Newark wasp Control 07029
Union City wasp Control 07087     
West New York wasp Control 07093
North Bergen wasp Control 07047
Guttenberg wasp Control 07094
Kearny wasp Control 07032     
Harrison bed bug Control 07029
Weehawken wasp Control 07087
Holmdel wasp Control 0773
Allenhurst yellow jacket Control 07711
Asbury Park wasp Control 07712                
Long Branch yellowjacket Control 07740
Belford wasp Control 07718                         
Marlboro wasp Control 07746
Belmar wasp Control 07715                        
Matawan wasp Control 07747
Englishtown wasp Control 07726                 Middletown wasp Control 07748
Monmouth Beach wasp Control 07750       
yellowjacket Pest Control 07004                
Farmingdale wasp  Control 07727               
Manalapan wasp Control 07726
Freehold yellow jacket Control 07727                      
Red Bank wasp Control 07701
Millstone wasp Control 08535                      
Ocean Grove wasp Control 07756
Millstone yellowjacket Control 08510                      
Hazlet yellow jacket Control 07730

hornet nestBald faced hornets are 3/4" long and black with ivory markings on their abdomens and faces. They build a grey spherical paper nest sometimes 12” or more in diameter. Hornet nests can get quite large, even though the nest is abandoned in fall when the colony dies and usually not reused. Fertile female hornets over-winter under tree bark or in other small cavities and start new nests in spring. They are not overly defensive and can have nests quite close to human activity without becoming a nuisance. 


The most common mud dauber wasp in New Jersey is the pipe organ mud dauber, It has a threaded waist. This wasp is solitary, black in color with some bluish overtones Mud Dauber builds mud nests in protected areas such as on walls, under eaves or in attics. Mud nests are shaped like a pipe. Mud daubers rarely sting people unless provoked.


Yellow Jackets also known as, paper wasps, meat bees, hornets
There are many species of Yellow Jackets (Vespula wasp) in North America, including several species introduced from Europe. Two of these, Vespula germanica and Vespula vulgaris, are among the serious scavenger pests in this group.

wasp nestBiology:
Yellowjackets are social wasps, with a Queen that initiated the colony and female workers that build the nest, care for the young, forage for food, and defend the colony. Colonies typically begin each spring and die off each fall in cooler climates, but may survive over the winter in warmer climates. The population of the colony easily grows to many thousands of workers by the end of the summer, at which time males are produced, mating with new queens takes place, and these fertilized queens then over-winter in protected locations. Adults feed on sweet liquids such as honeydew, nectar, fruit juices, or human foods such as sodas. They also relish a sugary material exuded by the larvae. The larvae are fed meat, and natural sources are insect larvae or bits of flesh from dead animals. As scavengers the workers also gather human foods at outdoor eating areas. The workers are all able to sting repeatedly, and very aggressively defend their colony from perceived intruders. Nests are placed either in aerial locations, including trees, shrubs, wall voids, or attics, as well as in the ground, where workers enlarge holes they find to accommodate the growing colony. The nest is created from cellulose gathered from tree bark, dried plant materials, or other sources, mixed with saliva, and formed as the hexagonal cells for the larvae.
Yellowjackets are very similar to the other social paper wasps called Umbrella Wasps, but differ by having no narrow waist between their thorax and abdomen. Colors are yellow and black, and specific identification of each species is done with differences in the patterns of the black patches around the eyes and head as well as on the abdomen. Yellowjackets, as wasps, have 2 pairs of wings that are dissimilar in size and shape. This separates them from many species of flies that mimic wasps, where there is only 1 pair of wings.
Human interaction:
Yellow wasp is an inconvenience pest, that at times may become dangerous. As they prefer to establishe their nest in proximity to human habitat due to abundance of food sources. A large nest consisting of thusands of yellow jackets may attack humans if they percive a threat to their nest. As discussed before, yellow jacket will sting repetetly unlike bees, that can only sting once. Some call it it wasp bite or yellowjacket bite, but sting is not a bite. It is similar to a needleinjecting toxin into a fles. Once attacked, sting happens very fast and if more than one specimen involved in the attack, it is recommened to seek medical assistance. Yellowjacket or a hornet sting can be very painfull, and in some people who are allergic to their sting may be be fatal. If nest is established in the vicinity to a human habitat, it's enevitable that there will be interaction between humans and yellow jackets. At this point to eliminate this threat, nest must be removed. Unless experienced in handling wasp and yellow jacket pests, this procedure is better handled by professinal pest control technician. A removal remedy should include a repellent treatment, once nest is removed, to prevent yellow jacket re-infestation.  Yellowjacket and hornet are just a different names for the same insect

Approaching warm weather brings increased wasp and yellowjacket population in Monmouth, Ocean, Middlesex, Union, Mercer and Hudson Counties. All those insects that were able to overwinter will begin to build nests and rapidly multiply. Monmouth county experienced warmer than usual winter weather in the last couple of years, which in turn increases a possibility for wasp and yellowjacket infestation. Proper removal of the nest should eliminate potential risk of wasp and human interaction. For more information please feel free to call us. We will provide you with courteous service, valuable information on wasp nest removal and general pest control, free evaluation of your property and best of all - superior customer service.


We will assess your property and identify pest threats and reasons for infestation. Some pest are serous problem, that require fast action, others may be nothing more than a nuisance. Call us for immediate assistance and  peace of mind


Once problem is identified we will work on making your property inhospitable to a pest. We will find a solution, that is save for your family and pets and also will not burden wildlife and environment. We will continuously monitor and adjust treatment program as needed for the best result. So whether it's a cockroaches, bedbugs silverfish, ants or rodents - We'll have the solution


Depending on a type of pest, we can establish a year-round monitoring and control program to make sure of continuing success of your service


We have been servicing restaurant industry for over 25 years and have a vast experience how to make your establishment clean and pest free. We offer custom kitchen management services, that will keep health department inspectors happy. Visit our Food Industry page for more information. For multiple dwelling apartment buildings we offer complete services that include tenant education, monitoring of apartment conditions, advise on repair and maintenance to reduce use of pesticides and still have a effective pest control. Visit our For Landlords page for more information or click here for a free inspection

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