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Professional Pest Control For Wall Township, NJ Property Owners

A well-situated, quaint seaside town with historical ties, Wall Township is filled with shops, attractions, restaurants, easy access to Asbury Park, as well as its key feature, the water. The area sees four typical seasons, with a warm and humid summer that makes spending time at the beach a blast. However, this change of climate also means a constant change of pests that cannot be avoided. Luckily, there’s help. 

Founded in 1983, Alliance Pest Services was founded on providing homeowners and businesses with top-notch pest control services that they can rely on. We are committed to constantly improving and developing new programs to better fit the needs of our clients and ensure that they are receiving only the best. Contact us today for more information on keeping your property pest-free. 

Home Pest Control In Wall Township, NJ

Alliance Pest Services was founded to service New Jersey families with pest control services that are reliable and fair. It’s been almost 40 years since our founding and we’re proud to be accomplishing this goal every day. Our team of experts works every day to see pest problems through the eyes of our clients so that we can ensure that they are receiving the best pest services possible. 

Your family can feel good choosing Alliance Pest Services because of our dedication to safety, usage of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) techniques, and our ability to make pest problems history. We protect families from:

  • Mosquitoes

  • Wildlife

  • Rodents

  • Fleas and ticks

  • Bed bugs

  • Stink bugs

  • Ants

  • Termites

  • And more

For a better, pest-free tomorrow, contact Alliance Pest Services today for home pest control. 

How To Control Mosquitoes In Wall Township

a mosquito on a wooden branch

Mosquitoes buzz around at dusk and dawn, preying on their human victims and waiting for their blood. Don’t fall victim to mosquitoes; here are a few ways that you can control populations on your Wall Township property:

  • Use greenery. Plants such as citronella, basil, and rosemary all contain properties that will repel mosquitoes naturally, plus you get the added benefit of having a lush garden and a few extra herbs to cook with.

  • Address standing water. Since mosquitoes require areas of stagnant water to lay their eggs, Wall Township homeowners should turn over or empty out flowerpots, grill covers, kiddie pools, birdbaths, and dog dishes regularly.

  • Minimize the “human factor.” There are so many things that people do to attract mosquitoes without even knowing it. Things like wearing fragrant hygiene products, sweating, and drinking alcohol all attract these pests, so limiting these factors where possible should help.

  • Call the professionals. While many people think that mosquito season is just during spring and summer, it actually lasts well into fall, so working to mitigate mosquitoes is a full-time gig. There is no safer, more effective way to control mosquitoes on your property than with treatment services and follow-up from a team of professionals.

For mosquito control that you can turn to, contact Alliance Pest Services today!

All The Ways Cockroaches Get Into Wall Township Homes

A cockroach

The cockroach is a determined pest that can cause a significant risk to the health of humans living in an infested home. And because cockroaches can survive for great periods of time without food or water, or in some cases, their heads, they’re nearly impossible to get rid of on your own. Because prevention is key with cockroaches, it’s important to know some of the ways that they can make their way into your Wall Township home:

  • Through cracks and holes. Nothing can stop a determined roach from breaking into your house. Crevices or openings in your home’s foundation are a surefire invitation for cockroaches to come on in.

  • Inside bags of groceries. Some species of cockroaches like to nibble on flour, cereal, and grains, so inspect food before bringing it into your home. 

    Parasitical hitchhiking. Similarly to bed bugs, fleas, and ticks, cockroaches travel by getting a free ride on backpacks, luggage, or other items and making their way into your home undetected.

  • Between walls in shared buildings. It’s common for cockroaches to jump from one apartment to another via pipes and holes inside shared walls.

Over time, cockroaches have become immune to many over-the-counter pesticides and there’s almost nothing that can take them down, so the most effective way to handle a roach infestation is with professional assistance from Alliance Pest Services. Contact us today to keep your home roach-free. 

Commercial Pest Control In Wall Township, NJ

At Alliance Pest Services, we believe in helping every local business achieve their goals in remaining pest-free. As experts in the industry, we’re keenly familiar with all of the rules and regulations that must be followed depending on our clients’ specific needs, and we know the measures to take in order to yield the best results with minimal interruption. We work hand-in-hand with businesses owners of all kinds to develop customized plans that ensure your people and your property are safe and free from pests. With 24/7 emergency services and a team of licensed and insured commercial pest control professionals, you can’t go wrong with Alliance Pest Services. Contact us today for your free inspection!


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