Princeton / Trenton Pest Control

Phone: (609) 301-5713

Termite Control, Pest & Exterminator Services Near Princeton

Serving Dayton, Ewing, Hightstown, Hopewell, Kendall Park, Lawrenceville, Monmouth Junction, Pennington, Princeton Junction, Rocky Hill, Roosevelt, Trenton, Twin Rivers, NJ

We have provided Princeton, NJ and the surrounding areas with pest control for years now, helping to preserve this historical region. Bat control and termite pest control go a long way here, and we are always ready when businesses or homeowners are in need.– Joseph Russo, Branch Manager

Q&A

Which businesses are most frequently affected by sanitation gaps? Restaurants offer everything a pest could want: shelter, food, and water. Due to this fact, sanitation is critically important when it comes to a restaurant’s resistance against pests and the preservation of the business’ reputation. What are your sanitation recommendations? Any facility with a commercial kitchen can be vulnerable to pests, from bars and restaurants to healthcare and assisted living facilities. I encourage clients to consider the following:Drain flies and cockroaches accumulate near accrued moisture in the kitchen. Be sure to dry things off after cleaning.Proper food storage is essential to pest prevention in restaurants. Pests will hunt for sustenance with a purpose, and if given the opportunity, will not hesitate to make your food their own.When cleaning floors, do not just sweep debris under equipment or to the wall-floor junction. Get down and remove all debris; don’t just re-locate it.

 

Princeton Area Pest Pressure
With nearly 30,000 year-round residents and the home to thousands more university students each school year, Princeton, NJ, faces a variety of pest issues in both homes and businesses. Due to the diverse climate of hot, humid summers and cold winters, various pest species may take up residence in Princeton. High humidity leads to both mosquito activity in summer and termite swarms in the late spring. Mosquitoes carry harmful diseases, while populations of termites can invade buildings, causing significant structural damage and economic consequences when left unchecked. Summers may also bring additional insect issues such as hornet, wasp, and ant incursions due to increased food and water supplies and nesting opportunities.

Princeton citizens may encounter bed bugs, as the parasitic insect population is statistically on the rise throughout the country. Known to attach to clothing, luggage, and bedding, residents may bring inbed bugs from their own travels or by purchasing second-hand furniture and clothing. Rats and mice continue to thrive wherever food, water, and shelter persist and may seek to move indoors once New Jersey winter hits. Carrying both disease and a constant need to chew, these rodents can cause damage to home interiors, walls, and the overall structure of a house. Other filth insects like flies and cockroaches may also persist in areas of the borough.

Trenton Area Pest Pressure

Trenton is the capital of the U.S. state of New Jersey and is close to the U. S. Army installation of Fort Dix. Trenton has a population of about 90,000. Trenton is a very old city that dates back to at least 1719. With the large number of both old and new homes and buildings, like many other cities Trenton experiences problems with cockroaches, ants, domestic rodents and termites.

Trenton, NJ, the historic site of George Washington’s famous crossing of the Delaware River during the Revolutionary War, now faces the tyranny of insect pests such as hornets, mosquitoes, gypsy moths,and fruit flies. The capital city sits in the geographic center of New Jersey and endures sweltering summers, cold winters, and plentiful year-round precipitation. Summer rain and humidity allows mosquitoes to breed in large numbers, laying eggs in flowerpots, tin cans, gutters, old tires, and other unattended vessels that gather water. Mosquitoes bite and spread diseases like West Nile virus. Hornets, with their painful stings and aggressive natures, find convenient places among the city’s buildings to construct nests, which is especially dangerous when the nests appear where young children or allergic individuals frequent.

The caterpillars of the gypsy moth also plague Trenton by defoliating hundreds of thousands of acres of forest across the region. A single moth can lay a clutch of hundreds of eggs that hungrily devour leaves, destroying arboreal ornaments and stripping residential shade trees bare. Agricultural sites, gardens, and markets throughout the city suffer from another winged pest common to the Trenton area: the fruit fly. Laying eggs in pieces of ripe fruit and vegetables, the tiny insects contaminate food and are difficult to eradicate. Contact Western Pest for pest control services near you.

Trenton Pest Control Inspections: What to Expect

When cockroaches become an issue for Trenton residents, it is time to make that call for help to the professionals at Western Pest Services. The local Western branch office will send a specialist to your home or office and prepare a science based integrated cockroach control program. There can be many different species of cockroaches that could potentially create issues for property owners, so your Western specialist will conduct an inspection and develop the management program based upon the behavior, habits and habitats of the species causing pest pressures.

About Western Pest
Western Pest is a longstanding pest control company serving the Eastern United States. We offer residential and commercial pest control services near you, including termite protection, bed bug control, and rodent removal. Our comprehensive service offerings also include our Home Protection Plan, a year-round program designed to keep pests out for the duration. If a pest infestation occurs in your home or business, trust Western Pest to take care of the problem safely and effectively.