We provide the Cape May area with top-notch pest control.
The Cape May area is the perfect vacation spot. The town's sandy beaches, music festivals, birdwatching activities, and other attractions bring in tens of thousands of tourists (and pests) each year. The hot summer bring lots of mosquito activity, as well as the possibility of termites invading homes and causing damage to the over 600 buildings in the town’s historic district. The New Jersey Department of Health works together with the Cape May area to reduce mosquito populations and the spread of various harmful diseases the insects may transmit.
Cold winters can also bring pest populations indoors — that means rodents and cockroaches may seek shelter in your home. Additionally, travelers coming for vacation in the Cape May area can unknowingly become hosts for bed bugs. The insects cling to clothing, luggage, and hotel bedding and may cause itchy welts and rashes on the skin if left unchecked.
No matter what pest issue you need help with in the Cape May area — give our team a call. Pest control near you is just a phone call away.
Q: What are the most common pest issues that home and business owners face in the area?
A: The top two residential issues we face are odorous house ants and house mice. The top commercial pests we see are German cockroaches and mice.
Q: How do the seasons affect pest activity around Cape May?
A: Odorous house ants and house mice can be active year round, with the ants having heavy activity in the spring and summer. Carpenter bees start in April and May and can cause damage if not remedied when found. German cockroaches and rodents are also year-round pests that can reproduce very quickly.
Q: What are some common signs of pest activity around homes and commercial properties?
A: Signs of pest activity would be droppings, actual sightings, or damaged product (in the case of mice).
Q: When should property owners call Western Pest Services?
A: Our location with tidal waters surrounding us causes these pests to enter quickly, and Western should be called at first sighting of any pest.